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Rainbow Six: Siege

Fnatic is making a few changes to its Rainbow Six Siege roster

Stigs and Tex are hitting the bench.

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Fnatic has announced that it is making a few changes to its Rainbow Six: Siege roster. Following a mediocre performance in the Asia-Pacific League, both Riley "Stigs" Mills and Tex "Tex" Thompson are heading to the bench, as the team looks to rebuild its competitive roster.

Revealed in a blog post, Fnatic said, "Stigs and Tex have been moved to the inactive roster. We want to thank them for their time and efforts these last two years, helping secure Fnatic as a staple and memorable presence in the R6 APAC division."

As Fnatic aims to relocate its Rainbow Six Siege team to Japan, the team did also reveal a little bit about its plans in this roster rebuild.

"In the coming months, we'll explore new options for our starting lineup and build from our challenging results this year and further towards the results we expect & desire. With ongoing efforts to relocate the team to Japan as well as rebuilds to the starting roster, we're hoping 2022 will serve as a year of development and success for our R6 roster, and that we will once more secure our path to the R6 Invitational."

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