Spacestation Gaming starter gjenoppbyggingen av vaktlisten klokken Rainbow Six

North American esports organization Spacestation Gaming has announced changes to its Rainbow Six roster, saying goodbye to Bosco, Rampy and Yeti, Lycan coach and Luke analyst. According to the latest rumors, the club intends to sign former Astralis and TSM players, as well as appoint Callout head coach.

For five years we rocked with the core of this team!! While we look forward to our future in Rainbow Six. It is with a heavy heart that we say goodbye to some of the best who have ever done this!

Bosco and Rampy have been representing the colors of Spacestation Gaming since 2018. Together they managed to become the winners of 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 addition, they also managed to get into the top three at the Six August 2020 Major - North America, Six November 2020 Major - North America, North American League 2020 - US Division - Finals and North American League - 2021 Season - Finals.

In turn, Yeti joined Spacestation Gaming in September last year, having moved from the Soniqs camp. During this time, the 25-year-old American took 9-12th place in the Six Jönköping Major 2022 and Six Invitational 2023.

Moreover, the North American organization said goodbye to trainer Lycan and analyst Luke. The 34-year-old American specialist has worked with the team since the introduction of the first roster, having a hand in a landmark victory at the Six Invitational 2020.

According to numerous sources, Spacestation Gaming plans to seriously refresh the roster. In particular, the organization is preparing to sign former Astralis and TSM players, as well as appoint Callout head coach.

Estimated composition of Spacestation Gaming in Rainbow Six discipline: