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Canadian Returns From Retirement And Starts Looking For A Team In Siege

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Troy Jaroslawski, known as “Canadian,” is a 25-year-old Canadian Rainbow Six Siege player who is known for his time with Continuum, Evil Geniuses, and lastly, Spacestation Gaming.

After winning Six Invitational 2020 with Spacestation Gaming, Canadian started to think about his retirement, but yet they were still one of the best teams in the world as they continue to perform in Pro League Season 11 – North America and Six November 2020 Major – North America.

Following the retirement announcement of Pengu in early 2021, Canadian also announced his retirement from the scene on March 13 because he didn’t have the same motivation and desire to play Siege anymore.

However, he returned to play as a stand-in for Spacestation Gaming during the Six Invitational 2021. Even though they got eliminated, Canadian showed that he can still perform among the best players.

Yesterday, the iconic in-game leader announced via Twitter that he is returned from retirement and wants to compete in Rainbow Six Siege. Also, he revealed that his mental state is in the best state that it has ever been.

Here is the announcement from Canadian:

“I’ll keep this first bit to the point before I dive into things and explain my thoughts afterwards. I’ll be a free agent looking to compete again as a player heading into the next transfer window for R6. My mental state is as of now the best it has ever been in my opinion, and I want to build a dynasty.

Any professional teams/organizations interested in working with me feel free to reach out via DM’s or by email.”

Further in the announcement, Canadian also talked about what makes him want to return competitive Siege. According to Canadian, playing in a LAN event bring back all the motivation and desire he has for Rainbow Six Siege.

Although his passion for the game was raised once again, he still had thoughts about retirement, and that’s why he mislead the audience during his interviews at Six Invitational 2021 where he farewelled the scene.

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