Brazil's top-flight competition has announced the dates for the second split of the season, as teams will be back on the server from June 18. The stage is expected to finish on July 10, as the best four rosters will qualify for the Copa Elite Six.
The Brasileirão is arguably the toughest and most competitive regional league in the Rainbow Six Siege esports circuit, especially after w7m esports' and Team oNe's unexpected results shown throughout the first split. With only four spots awarding SI Points, Brazil's future in the Six Invitational 2023 could be up for a twist depending on this stage's results.
If that wasn't enough, it has also been announced that the BR6 Stage 2 will be a LAN competition. This means that Brazilian teams will be back on a stage in Brazil for the first time since last season's Grand Final, where Team Liquid defeated Ninjas in Pyjamas by 3-1. The Brasileirão joins the North American League as the only two top-flight national competitions played on LAN.
The schedule for the second stage of the Brasileirão will be the same as the one seen in Stage 1. For more information, check out the Brasileirão's official website.