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Ex-G2 Esports Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu To Ubisoft: “We Need More Tools For Custom Games”

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Niclas Mouritzen, known as “Pengu,” is a 23-year-old Danish former Rainbow Six Siege player for G2 Esports who announced his retirement a week ago. In his career, he earned over $350.000 from the tournaments.

Even though Pengu retired from the game, it doesn’t mean that he would not play the game. In fact, he will probably become the best content creator in the scene. Yesterday, he shared a tweet to prove that.

In the post, Pengu mentioned that he was recording a video for Youtube that featuring tips and tricks for ranked, but he realized that custom game modes are limited right now. Afterward, he called out Ubisoft to add more tools in the custom game mode.

Here is what Pengu wrote:

“In the midst of recording my first ‘basic ranked strats’ video featuring a Consulate top floor hold without yellow stairs control. and I can say that retirement did not make me wanna go into Siege custom games any more than before. We need more tools for custom games.

Having to re-host on local build and restart the entire server to change operator, or if I make a mistake. Running out of shotgun ammo while explaining lines of sight. Unable to reinforce walls without spending a long time doing so.”

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