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Rainbow Six • Aug 12, 2019

Team Empire defeats G2 Esports at Rainbow Six Major Raleigh: Results, standings and more

Team Empire defeats G2 Esports at Rainbow Six Major Raleigh: Results, standings and more

The first ever Rainbow Six Siege Major to take place in the United States is underway in Raleigh and you can find all the latest standings and results right here.


Raleigh is the first time a Siege Major has come to the United States and teams will be competing for their share of the $500,000 prize pool, with $200,000 up for grabs as the first place prize.

The Major began on Monday, August 12 with group stage play - which is broadcast on Twitch, and will continue through the week with playoffs starting August 16 and going through the 18.

Also happening on Sunday is the Creator’s Cup Showmatch, which will feature popular Twitch streamer Michael 'Shroud' Grzesiek, and an exclusive panel unveiling Rainbow Six Siege’s next Operation and upcoming Year 4 updates.

You can tune in to all the action right here on Dexerto with our exclusive Raleigh Major event hub.


Group Stage standings and results

The Raligh Major will have four groups of four teams each competing in the Group Stage, which began on Monday, August 12.

Below are the current results for the Rainbow Six Siege Raleigh Major Group Stage matches:

Group A

1. Team Empire 2-0
2. Team SoloMid 2-1


3. MIBR 1-2


4. PET Nora-Rengo 0-2


Group B

1. G2 Esports 2-0


2. Team Secret 2-1


2. Rogue 1-2


4. CYCLOPS athlete gaming 0-2
Teams are battling it out in Raleigh for a chance at the $200,000 grand prize.


Group C

1. Spacestation Gaming 2-0


2. Giants Gaming 2-1


3. Evil Geniuses 1-2


4. Ninjas in Pyjamas 0-2

Group D

1. forZe 2-0


2. FaZe Clan 2-1


3. DarkZero Esports 1-2


4. Fnatic 0-2



Playoff Schedule -  August 16-18

After the group stage is over, winning teams will battle it out in the playoffs over the weekend of August 16-18.

The full playoff schedule is listed below:

August 16 - Quarterfinals

  • Quarterfinal 1 - 10 AM EST
  • Quarterfinal 2 - 1 PM EST
  • Quarterfinal 3 - 4 PM EST
  • Quarterfinal 4 - 7 PM EST


August 17 - Semifinals

  • Semifinal 1 - Team Secret vs. Team Empire - 12:30 PM EST
  • Semifinal 2 - forZe vs. G2 Esports - 3:30 PM EST
Playoffs happen from August 16-18 in Raleigh.

August 18 - Finals

  • Grand Finals - Team Empire vs G2 Esports - 2:30 PM EST
PlacePrize MoneyTeamRoster 
1$200,000Team EmpireSHepparD, JoyStiCK, karzheka, Scyther, dan
2$80,000G2 EsportsPengu, Goga, Fabian, Kantoraketti, UUNO
3$40,000forZecawkx, Rask, Shockwave, KaMa, p4sh4
4$40,000Team SecretmeepeY, LeonGids, Elemzje, Fonkers, Ferral
5-8$20,000Giants GamingHicks, risze, Alphama, AceeZ, korey
Team SoloMidAchieved, b1ologic, Krusher, Merc, Beaulo
5-8$20,000Spacestation GamingThinkingNade, Chala, Rampy, Bosco, Fultz, Redeemer
5-8$20,000FaZe ClanAstro, cameram4n, mav, yoona, ion
MIBRCyb3r, Novys, Bullet1, MKing, pX
RogueEcl9pse, Slashug, Easilyy, Shuttle, VertcL
Evil GeniusesCanadian, nvK, Yung, Geoometics, Necrox
9-12$10,000DarkZero EsportsMint, Hotancold, Nyx, BC, Hyper
13-16$5,000PET Nora-RengoMerieux, Papilia, ReyCyil, Ramu, YoshiNNGO
13-16$5,000CYCLOPS athlete gamingShokei, Anitun, SuzuC, gatorada, BlackRay, Mocho
13-16$5,000Ninjas in Pyjamas
Kamikaze, Psycho, julio, pino, Muzi
13-16$5,000FnaticMagnet, Lusty, RizRaz, Acez, Virtue, Speca

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