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Rainbow Six: Siege

Spacestation Gaming sign Skys

The team now has a complete Rainbow Six Siege roster following Canadian leaving after the Six Invitational 2021.

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Spacestation Gaming has been a well-regarded and capable team in the Rainbow Six: Siege scene ever since it won the 2020 Six Invitational. The team has always had star players capable of pushing them just that step further, such as Troy "Canadian" Jaroslawski who recently left the team to join DarkZero Esports following the conclusion of the 2021 Six Invitational.

Since Canadian's departure, we've been wondering who SSG will sign as its R6S fifth, and now we have that answer: Alexander "Skys" Magor. Heralding from DarkZero Esports most recently, Skys has played in the upper echelon of Rainbow Six esports for sometime now, even winning the North American August Major in 2020.

SSG is also back to competing as Stage 3 of the North American League began yesterday, when SSG defeated Mirage 7-3. The team has another match later today, against Susquehanna Sonics, and you can catch the action when it does take place over here.

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