Departure Rainbow Six Siege

 

We entered Rainbow Six for the first time back in 2018 for the winter series of the ESL Premiership and were happy to find a strong community that was passionate about the game. With the team we followed their journey the highs, the lows and the struggles that were overcome ultimately leading to the phenomenal rise into Pro League.

Today we are sad to announce that the Rainbow Six roster has been transferred to Na’Vi ready for Pro League Season 10. – Yaroslav N1ghtEnd Klochko had the following words to say:

I would like to thank MnM’s top management for the professionalism during the course of negotiations. They have allowed the team to progress with us and I respect their decision. This deal benefits both clubs.

Kalvin the founder had these words to say.

It’s been a delight to work with the Rainbow 6 team over the past 8 months. They’ve proven time and time again that hard work and perseverance pays off. I’m saddened but happy to see the team transferred to a strong brand such as NaVi. I wish the players and staff we’ve all come to love and support a successful time in Pro League.

Departing roster:

Jack Doki Robertson
Ben CTZN McMillan
Leon neLo Pesic
Szymon Saves Kamieniak
Luke Kendrew Kendrew
Ellis GiG Hindle

 

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