G2 Esports has announced its Rainbow Six roster change following departures of two players and a change of captaincy.
The new change brings two news players into G2 Esports R6 roster:
Ben ‘CTZN’ McMillan.
Jake ‘Virtue’ Grannan.
The roster follows up with the departure of two players from the previous G2 Esports roster.
Pascal ‘Cryn’ Alouane is therefore released from the team as a means to make better chemistry in the new roster.
Ferenc ‘SirBoss’ Mérész came to the team as a loan until 2020”s Rainbow Six Invitationals, and hence leaves with the duration end.
CTZN has shown to be a skilled player as he finished first in his first-ever Pro League season. He won the Pro League Season 10 finals in Japan as well. His prospects of breaking the kill record in these matches gave him the opportunity at G2 Esports.
He said the following on his move to G2 Esports via the announcement:
“Joining G2 is a dream come true because ever since I started playing this game I have watched them from the beginning grow into what they are now. My goals and aspirations are to win every tournament that’s available in Rainbow 6 and to recreate the G2 era again with this team. My personal goal is to keep consistency throughout the year and make sure to do my job to the highest level possible.”
CTZN updates his Twitter as well following his change with the following Tweet:
He is now officially a G2 Esports player following his move from Natus Vincere.
Virtue has come from Fnatic and had the following words to commemorate his move:
“Having the chance to play for such a decorated team and org is a dream that I have been non-stop working for and now that it has happened, I won’t give up until the team is on top again. Create a new era, become the best again and stay the best for many years to come.”
His previous organization tweeted the following post with his move:
Announcements arrived with these changes along with changing the leadership of the R6 team. The G2 announcement says the following: “Leader Fabian ‘Fabian’ Hällsten will be stepping down from the starting roster”. His words were the following:
“I felt that it was time for me to move on. During our recent performances, the group atmosphere wasn’t great, so I asked to be traded. I love my G2 teammates as friends but I don’t think we should continue playing together at this point. We’re currently working with G2 on finding me a new home. The option I was hoping for during this transfer period, unfortunately, didn’t work out, so I’m looking for other great opportunities for me out there, preferably in the EU but possibly other regions if the opportunity is spicy.”
G2 Esports plans it’s R6 future by hailing the roster as it’s new ‘SUPER TEAM’. The organization hails the change as the makeup of R6’s new unrivaled team. Time shall tell what the new team shall achieve under their heads.
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