Gamereactor UK. Watch the latest video game trailers, and interviews from the biggest gaming conventions in the world. Gamereactor uses cookies to ensure that we give you the best browsing experience on our website. If you continue, we'll assume that you are happy with our cookies policy

English
Gamereactor
esports
Rainbow Six: Siege

Rogue signs Giants Gaming's Rainbow Six team

The Rainbow Six: Siege roster has already played in the European Pro League, winning their first match.

Subscribe to our newsletter here!

* Required field
HQ

Esports organisation Rogue has revealed that they have acquired the Rainbow Six: Siege roster of Giants Gaming, to compete in Europe's Pro League Season 11, comprising of Théophile 'Hicks' Dupont, Valentin 'Risze' Liradelfo, Maurice 'AceeZ' Erkelenz, Lukas 'Korey' Zwingmann, and Jan 'Ripz' Hucke.

Ripz is actually a new player, having experience with NaVi and OrgLess, and the team has already won their first match yesterday against Chaos EC.

"First of all, we are happy to have found an extremely talented and consistent new team," said Rogue's president and founder Franklin Villarreal. "Rogue has always been a believer in R6S and we wanted to continue to show our commitment to the scene. After North American relegations there wasn't much time to make any decisions before things started being decided for us by outside forces. We worked quickly to secure the best possible future for Rogue in Rainbow Six and we have done it with this roster. I can't wait to see what they can achieve with our infrastructure and support."

Is this a good acquisition?

Rainbow Six: Siege

Related texts

0
Rainbow Six: Siege Next-Gen ReviewScore

Rainbow Six: Siege Next-Gen Review

REVIEW. Written by Ben Lyons

Ubisoft's premier tactical shooter received the next-gen treatment and now, it's looking better than ever on the new hardware.

0
Rainbow Six: SiegeScore

Rainbow Six: Siege

REVIEW. Written by Anders Mai

"It's in competitive multiplayer where the game shines. The matches are short, intense and always surprising."



Loading next content