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Rogue has made a few changes to its Rainbow Six Siege roster

Two players and a coach have left.

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Rogue has announced that it has parted ways with a few different members of its Rainbow Six: Siege team. Two players and a coach are leaving the team, after Rogue failed to make a real dent in the 2022 Six Invitational (the organisation got knocked out in the first round of the playoffs).

Revealed over Twitter, both Kevin "Prano" Pranowitz and Maurice "AceeZ" Erkelenz are moving on from the team, leaving two spots open on the active line-up. To follow up to this, strategic coach Ramiz "rcuth" Cuthbert is also departing the team, leaving a slot on the staff open to be filled.

As for where these three will be ending up, or likewise who Rogue will be bringing in to fill their slots, that has yet to be revealed.

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