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Canadian Returns To Competitive Play With DarkZero Esports

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Troy Jaroslawski, known as “Canadian,” is a 25-year-old Canadian Rainbow Six Siege player who had played for teams like Evil Geniuses, Continuum, and most recently, Spacestation Gaming.

Back in March 2021, Canadian revealed that he doesn’t have the desire to play the game anymore and announced his retirement from the game. However, he stood in for Spacestation Gaming for Six Invitational 2021.

After playing in a LAN event, Canadian’s passion for Rainbow Six Siege returned, and he stated that he is now looking for a team to represent. After months of waiting, Canadian announced that he finally found his new home, DarkZero Esports.

In the announcement, Canadian stated that he signed a two-year players contract with DarkZero Esports and pointed out that he is looking forward to what they are going to build in the upcoming days with the young and talented roster they have.

“Adding Troy was a no brainer for us as he is the most decorated IGL in NA and I’ve always felt that he sees the game very similar to how we approach it at DZ,” Kyle “Mint” Lander said. “We couldn’t be more excited to have another long-term piece to our puzzle and continue to grow and build towards competing for championships.”

DarkZero Esprots announced:

“DarkZero Esports welcomes Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski to the Rainbow Six Siege roster. After his retirement from the world champions Spacestation Gaming and a brief return at the Six Invitational 2021, Canadian joins DarkZero in place of coach turned player Brandon “BC” Carr. BC will return to the coach position alongside Kyle “Mint” Lander who has filled the role alone since May.”

You can check out the announcement video below.

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