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Fnatic acquires a new Rainbow Six: Siege team

The Ex-Rogue roster will now represent the British esports organisation.

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Fnatic has had a strange few years in the competitive Rainbow Six: Siege world, as the team spent a couple of years competing in Japan, but then at the tail end of 2023, departed that region to return to Europe. Now, as it continues to settle into this region again, the British esports organisation has announced the acquisition of a new roster made up of Ex-Rogue players.

Specifically, Leon "LeonGids" Giddens, Luke "Tyrant" Casey, Tom "Deapek" Pieksma, Jack "Jigsaw" Gillies, Jesse "Jeggz" Ojanen, and head coach Tristan "Saethus" Savage have joined Fnatic.

This crew of players will be looking to compete in the European scene, where it will ultimately look to land a spot in the EU League to attempt to make an appearance at the various Majors that will be planned for the 2024 season, including in Manchester this spring.

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