Rykter: Canadian vil forlate DarkZero Esports og avslutte sin profesjonelle karriere

According to local insiders, the Canadian player Canadian will leave the DarkZero Esports team and end his professional career in Rainbow Six. The 26-year-old esportsman intends to retire before the start of the new competitive season.

Canadian appeared on the scene back in 2016. During his career, he managed to visit such teams as Continuum, Team Orbit, Evil Geniuses and Spacestation Gaming. Together with them, the 26-year-old Canadian became the winner of Pro League Year 1 Season 3 - Finals - PC, Six Invitational 2017 - PC, Pro League Year 2 Season 3 - North America, OGA PIT Season 1 - North America, Pro League Season 8 - North America, United States Nationals 2019, Six Invitational 2020, Pro League Season 11 - North America and North American League 2020 - US Division - Stage 1, and also reached the finals at Pro League Year 1 Season 2 - Finals - PC, Six Invitational 2018, DreamHack Austin 2018, Six Major Paris 2018, Pro League Season 9 - Finals and Six November 2020 Major - North America.

It is noteworthy that in 2021, Canadian was already leaving the stage, but returned six months later and joined the DarkZero Esports team. Here, the Canadian player managed to win the Six Charlotte Major 2022, and also got into the TOP-3 in the North American League - 2021 Season - Finals and North American League 2022 - Stage 1.

However, after an unsuccessful performance at the Six Invitational 2023, the North American organization thought about changes in the roster. In particular, it is reported that Skys will also leave the team. At the time of publication of the material, it is not known who will take the vacant places in DarkZero Esports.

DarkZero Esports current Rainbow Six roster: