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Ex-G2 Esports Player Goga Returns From Retirement As He Joins Movistar Riders

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Daniel Mazorra Romero, known as “Goga,” is a 26-year-old Spanish Rainbow Six Siege player who is known for his time with G2 Esports between August 2018 and November 2019. Previously, he played for PENTA Esports.

G2 Esports struggled to perform in 2019, and they decided to bring fresh blood to the team with the addition of Aleksi “UUNO” Työppönen who replaced veteran player Joonas “jNSzki” Savolainen.

However, the problem wasn’t solved on the G2’s side, so the organization decided to part ways with Goga while signing Pascal “cryn” Alouane as for his replacement. At the same time, Goga announced his retirement from the game.

This year, players such as Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen, Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski, and Alexander “Skys” Magor announced their retirements as well. Nevertheless, they returned to competitive play this summer.

After a short period, Goga also announced that he returned back to the professional Rainbow Six Siege scene with Movistar Riders, which will be featuring four more Spaniard players along with Goga.

“As you’ve seen, I’ve come back to competing in the national Spanish scene,” Goga announced. “The reason why I did this is because I felt like playing again competitively and I wanted to do it with a Spanish team, it’s a new experience for me and it’s going to be fun.”

Movistar Riders is now:

Jordi “FOSKITo” Bodro
Gabriel “Billordo” Billordo
Óscar “Kuriboh” Puerma
Daniel “Goga” Romero

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