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Bosco Shares His Reaction After Qualifiying For Six Major Mexico

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Dylan “Bosco” Bosco is a 26-year-old American Rainbow Six Siege player who has been representing Spacestation Gaming for over two years. In his career, he earned over $300.000 from the tournaments.

Yesterday, Spacestation Gaming managed to qualify for one of the biggest tournaments in the Rainbow Six Siege scene along with Six Invitational, Six Major, which will be held in August in Mexico.

Spacestation Gaming had been struggling to perform since 2020 because their captain Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski wasn’t enjoying the game at all. Earlier this year, he announced his retirement and left Spacestation Gaming.

Following the departure of Canadian, Spacestation Gaming signed Matthew “Hotancold” Stevens as their new in-game leader, and they have been improving as a team since then.

After winning the North American League Stage 2, Spacestation Gaming earned to play in Six Major Mexico. Following their last match, Bosco wanted to share his reaction on his official Twitter account.

In the post, Bosco mentioned that it feels so good to see their hard work pays off and pointed out how they changed after the addition of Hotancold. Then, Bosco said that he is so excited to compete in Mexico.

Bosco’s reaction after qualifying for Six Major:

“Feels good to see the hard work pay off. We were down bad after last stage and SI. The addition of Matt and shift in our playstyle were perfect for starting fresh. The squad played amazing this stage and I’m excited to see what more we can accomplish. The grind continues.”

You can check out the post below.

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