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Canadian Leaves Professional Scene After Spacestation Gaming Eliminated From Six Invitational

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In March 2021, legendary Rainbow Six Siege player Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski announced that he is retiring from the competitive play due to a lack of motivation and passion, justly after the retirement announcement of Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen.

Spacestation Gaming replaced Canadian with their analyst Luke “Luke” Slota, but he couldn’t attend the Six Invitational 2021 because of visa problems. In a short period, Spacestation couldn’t find a great fit for the team.

Because of that, the organization wanted Canadian to lead the team one last time. The iconic player couldn’t turn back the offer, and he decided to stand in for his team for the Six Invitational 2021.

In the tournament, Spacestation Gaming had solid matches, but couldn’t close up the series against such teams like Team SoloMid and Parabellum. Following the results, they were the last team to qualify for the playoffs.

Sadly for Canadian and his colleagues, Spacestation Gaming lost their first match in the losers’ bracket against Team oNe and said goodbye to the tournament. At the same time, Canadian returned back to retirement.

“Unfortunately not the type of run I would have liked to end with but I can say we did our best to learn and improve every single day to be in the best shape we could,” Canadian said. “Just wasn’t enough and making too many mistakes.”

“I had a lot of fun playing this event regardless of the results. Excited to see who the next squad to bring the hammer home will be,” Canadian talks about his retirement. “I’ll be laying low and taking care of myself so I’m ready to give my all for what’s next. Thanks so much for the kind words and support.”

The Story Of Canadian

Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski is one of the players who come into mind when we talk about Rainbow Six Siege. He made a name for himself for the first time by winning the Pro League Year 1 Season 3 Finals and Six Invitational 2017 with Continuum.

After having such a year, Evil Geniuses decided to acquire the core of the roster and created a dominant team at the end of 2017. They were so good at the time that they even stand against the best team in the world, G2 Esports.

Unfortunately, Canadian and his colleagues couldn’t lift a trophy under Evil Geniuses jersey, even though they reached out to the finals of Six Invitational 2018, Six Major Paris 2018, and Pro League Season 9 – Finals.

Therefore, Evil Geniuses left the competitive Rainbow Six Siege scene, and the squad joined Spacestation Gaming in 2019. Later on, Canadian and his teammates showed up under the new jersey.

First, they won the United States Nationals 2019, and then, they lifted the Six Invitational 2020 hammer. Also, they become the best team in the world by winning the Pro League Season 11 – North America.

Although they reached out to the finals of Six November 2020 Major – North America, Spacestation Gaming lost against Team SoloMid. As the squad was waiting to compete at Six Invitational 2021, Canadian made the heartbreaking announcement.

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