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Another Rainbow Six Siege Player Has Announced His Retirement – Mint Transitions Coaching



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Rainbow Six Siege community having a rough time for the past six months as the retirement announcements from the best players in the game have been keeping coming continuously.

At first, the scene was shocked to learn that one of the best players in the game, Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen, decided to retire at the age of 23. Then, the legendary player Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski bid farewell to the scene.

After the Six Invitational 2021, DarkZero Esports player Alexander “Skys” Magor announced his retirement. All of the three players have mentioned the lack of motivation, desire to play, and not having fun from Rainbow Six Siege as their problems.

Yesterday, yet another player Kyle “Mint” Lander announced his retirement from the competitive play by sharing a new video on his official Twitter account while explaining the reason for this decision.

While Mint was saying that he will be the coach of DarkZero Esports from now, he also pointed out that he suffered from the same problems that other players did before retiring, which is struggling to find enjoyment from the game.

Here is what Mint said:

“I wanted to put something out there that was just short and organic and let you guys know what my future is going to be. Maybe on a future stream I’ll kind of explain things a little more but just know I’ve been struggling for find enjoyment playing the game for about a year now.

So needless to say I’m super excited for the opportunity to stay at DZ and try my hand at something new. Thank you to everyone I’ve crossed paths with because of this video game, it really did change my life for the better and created memories that I’ll forever have.”

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