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Natus Vincere disbands Siege roster

After being relegated to the Challenger series, NaVi is looking elsewhere for a roster, issuing a statement on the current team.

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Natus Vincere's Rainbow Six: Siege team's poor performance in the European side of the Pro League's ninth season meant that they were relegated into the Challenger series, and now the organisation has revealed that the roster has been disbanded as a result.

Lukas 'Korey' Zwingmann is joining LeStream Esport, with the rest of the players sitting without an organisation. That said, NaVi fans can expect a new team to be announced in early June.

Esports director Andrii 'B1ad3' Gorodenskyi said: "The main goal of Natus Vincere is to become the best club in the world. One needs to work hard, sacrificing personal gains for the team to make it there. The way players deal with hardships and defeats shows the potential of the team: where it will go next, can it become the best and make it to the top."

"Unfortunately, despite transfer to NAVI, not all players managed to find a motivation to solve the internal problems. In the end, the highly competitive environment took its toll, which lead to the German roster losing a Pro League slot."

"We are unable to continue working with the roster which doesn't fully share our values. Good luck to the guys; hopefully, they drew the right conclusions".

What do you want to see from the new team?

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