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Rainbow Six: Siege

Acend Club is exiting competitive Rainbow Six

This comes after the team also decided to leave Halo esports behind.

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Just yesterday, we reported on the news that Acend Club would be leaving behind competitive Halo, as it felt unhappy with the treatment it experienced from developer 343 Industries.

Now, following up to that, the team has also announced that it will be exiting the competitive Rainbow Six Siege scene, and will be releasing each of the players and members that made up its roster.

"Today we are sad to announce our departure from the Rainbow 6 Esports scene.

"We would like to thank the players that have represented Acend for the past year and a half and wish them nothing but the best moving forward in their careers!"

This means that "AzoXx", Jimmy "DEADSHT" Vojtasik, Julian "ENEMY" Blin, Medhi "Kaktus" Marty, Hugo "Ra1kos" Kneip, Lucas "Akany" Petit, and "Akhdar" will all be free to explore other options in the competitive scene.

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