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DarkZero Esports Rainbow Six Siege Coach BKN Retires From Competitive Scene



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Jordan Soojian, known as “BKN,” is a 30-year-old American former Rainbow Six Siege coach who had been leading DarkZero Esports for over a year. Before that, he had worked for teams like Evil Geniuses, SK Gaming, and more.

BKN has shared a new post on his official Twitter account and announced his retirement from the competitive scene. He said that he becomes the Brand Coordinator of DarkZero Esports from now.

Here is what BKN said:

“After about 4 years of being a professional in Siege, both as a player and a coach, I’m retiring to work on the organization side of Esports with DarkZero as it’s Brand Coordinator. Thank you to the fans for your support throughout my career. You all have made these the best 4 years of my life. To the players I’ve worked with, even if I was able to change just one of you for the better it was all worth it to me.

I’ll be with the team in Vegas. I’ll still be at all of our events. Primary focus now is helping make DarkZero a forever brand and a championship organization. Thanks again everyone for one hell of a ride.”

Spacestation Gaming coach Lycan replied:

“Playing against you year 1 and 2, then coaching against you has been an honor and great time. Looking forward to still seeing you around. Good luck Jordan!”

Famous caster Interro replied:

“People only see us mocking one another on Twitter and never see the genuine friendship we have behind the scenes. You know I’ll always support you no matter what you do or where you go.”

You can check his tweet below.

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