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      Rainbow Six: Siege

      Wildcard Gaming has dropped its Rainbow Six: Siege roster

      But reaffirms its commitment to the competitive scene.

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      Esports organisation Wildcard Gaming has announced that it has dropped its Rainbow Six: Siege team, as part of a mutual decision that will allow both the team and the players to explore new opportunities.

      This means that "Atom", Bryan "Merc" Wrzek, Jaidan "Packer" Franz, Zachary "SpiriTz" Dionne, and Damian "Surf" Medina, as well as coach Razig "DraZ" Abida and analyst Anthony "Froshii" Nassar are now free agents.

      This decision to part ways with its Rainbow Six team doesn't mean that Wildcard is exiting the competitive space however, as it has also issued a statement where it added, "This by no means the end of WC in R6".

      Who do you think Wildcard should sign for its Rainbow team?

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