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Evil Geniuses Rainbow Six Siege Player Yung Says Canadian Was The Problem

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Austin Trexler, known as “Yung” is a 22-year-old American Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing for Evil Geniuses since November 2017. Before that, he was playing for Continuum. On the other hand, Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski is his former teammate from both Continuum and Evil Geniuses.

In May 2019, at the Pro League Season 9 Finals, in the 10th round of the Oregon map, Evil Geniuses lost the round and also the championship against Team Empire. On 9 December, Yung blamed the Canadian for throwing the round. He said that Canadian had the biggest role for that.

Streamer Get_Flanked said:

“Why is Canadian the only one who gets blamed for losing this round? I’m not trying to blame Geo or Yung and I’m not saying that Canadian played it perfectly, but I don’t think its only his fault that they lost this round. #JusticeForCanadian @BroCanadian @TSM_Geometrics @Yung_R6″

Yung replied:

“He isn’t the only one at fault but he definitely played the biggest role in throwing that round. Lol”

Get_Flanked replied:

“Fair enough. Would you agree that he receives an unfair amount of blame from the community though or do you think its justified?”

Yung said:

“I think its justified because idk if that round is thrown if he just played way safer. At this point it doesn’t matter though. That happened months ago Empire capitalized on dumb mistakes and it is what it is”

Get_Flanked:

“Thanks for the insight brother!! I really appreciate it. Hope you didn’t view this as me calling you out.”

You can check the tweets below.

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