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Rogue is exiting competitive Rainbow Six

After six years in the esport.

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Rogue has made a bit of a resurgence as of late, following the esports organisation effectively being shut down as it transitioned into a new parent company. However, this return will not be seen everywhere, as Rogue has stated that it is formally exiting the competitive Rainbow Six space.

"After 6 years, our Rainbow Six journey has come to an end. Today we depart the R6 competitive space.

Thank you to @Ubisoft and everyone who has contributed to this incredible chapter on stage or supporting behind the screen".

In the past, Rogue was quite a formidable name in the R6 space, as the team attended and made it to the final few rosters of multiple major events, including the 2018 Six Invitational. Its peak however was likely in 2022 when it managed to win the Berlin Major after defeating FaZe Clan and heading home with $200,000 in prize money.

With this decision in mind, Rogue's entire roster has been released, meaning Pascal "cryn" Alouane, Tom "Deapek" Pieksma, Ádám Imre "Hxsti" Hostisóczki, Jack "Jigsaw" Gillies, Leon "LeonGids" Giddens, head coach Tristan "Saethus" Savage, and content creator "Kitty" are no longer working with the team.

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