The official matches of the GSA League 2020 in Rainbow Six: Victories can come: Ubisoft has announced the lineup for the league after the end of the qualification round and has revealed which eight teams for the title GSA Champion 2020 and the Prize pool of 40,000 euros will fight. We present the teams to you in detail.
Rainbow Six: The 8 teams of the GSA League 2020
The following eight teams are part of the GSA League 2020 compete against each other:
- Orgless (Germany): The reigning GSA Champions are among the best European e-sports teams in Rainbow Six and have already bought the ticket for the EU Pro League. Orgless has existed since May 2018 and is led by team captain Niklas Massierer.
- G2 Esports (Germany): The team from Berlin gathers players from different nations at the top level and prevailed against the Russian team Empire in the final of the RS: Siege World Championship (Six Invitational) 2019.
- Rogue (USA / Germany): The players from Rogue have already secured the title of the eleventh EU Pro League Season and are gathering three of the best German Rainbow Six players under their flag.
- DIVIZON (Germany): DIVIZON has made a name for itself especially in CS: GO and League of Legends since 2016 and was able to prevail against the competition in the qualifiers of the GSA League 2020.
- TRSH (Germany): TRSH also confidently prevailed in the qualifiers for the GSA League 2020 and, among other things, has already won the OPL Beta Cup.
- mYinsanity (Switzerland): This team represents the reigning champions of the Swiss Nationals 2019 tournament and thus also some of the best Swiss RS: Siege players.
- Was Kidz (Austria): The Austrians were also able to get a place through the qualifiers of the GSA League 2020 and have tournament experience from the Austrian Nationals 2019 and the Clash of Nations 2020.
- Turtle Esports (Germany): The professionals at Turtle Esports have already demonstrated their skills in tournaments such as the Six Lounge Series and Castle Siege. They also won the StudiCup in 2019.
The league begins on May 14, 2020 with the first matchheld between Orgless and G2 Esports. The game between the two top competitors will start at 7 p.m. German time transferred to Twitch, as well as all subsequent matches.
You can find all other important information about the GSA League 2020, game transfers and teams on our overview page for the league:
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