According to insiders, the North American esports organization Spacestation Gaming is preparing to make changes to its Rainbow Six roster. It is reported that the club intends to send Rampy and Yeti to the bench, while the first signing candidate is Merc.
Rampy is one of the longest running members of Spacestation Gaming. Joining the team in the summer of 2018, the 24-year-old American became the winner of the United States Nationals 2019, Six Invitational 2020, Pro League Season 11 - North America, North American League 2020 - US Division - Stage 1, North American League - 2021 Season - Stage 2 and North American League - 2021 Season - Stage 3.
In turn, Yeti joined the team at the end of last year, having moved from the camp of Soniqs. In six months, the 25-year-old American player helped the team take third place in the North American League 2022 - Stage 3, and also qualify for the Six Invitational 2023.
Merc is named as the first candidate to strengthen the roster of Spacestation Gaming. The 22-year-old American previously played for the TSM team, with which he won DreamHack Montreal 2019, Six November 2020 Major - North America, North American League 2020 - US Division - Finals and Six Invitational 2022, and also made it to the top three at the Six Invitational 2020 and Six August 2020 Major - North America.
However, the TSM organization recently announced their departure from Rainbow Six. As a result, many players have attracted interest from the remaining clubs on the scene, including Spacestation Gaming.
Expect changes to be announced soon as the new competitive season kicks off in March.
Spacestation Gaming's current Rainbow Six roster:
- Lycan (head coach)
- Sov (assistant coach)