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Famous Caster Interro Reveals Why Evil Geniuses Have Disappointed Him

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Parker Mackay, known as “Interro” is a 29-year-old Canadian Rainbow Six Siege caster who has been working for ESL since 2017. Lastly, he cast United States Nationals 2019 and ESL Pro League Season 10 Finals. His attitude, behaviour and bright mind made him one of the most recognizable persons in the scene.

On 12 December, Evil Geniuses announced that they changed their brand. After that news, Interro said that this is one of the most disappointing news in the esports scene.

Interro said:

“Evil Geniuses had one of the smartest, most recognizable logos in all of esports. Their new redesign is really disappointing.”

He added:

“A lot of esports orgs are chasing the hypebeast look that 100 Thieves has been so successful with. Most esports merch is “nerd wear” that people won’t wear in public so I understand it. But EG had one of the most distinct identities in esports. This rebrand is not good.”

DarkZero Esports coach BKN replied:

“That Org desperately needed a rebrand. Was stale as holy hell.”

Interro replied:

“At most they needed a refresh like G2 got. Not a total overhaul of one of the most distinct logos in esports, annihilating their branding and identity in one fell swoop.”

BKN said:

“If your goal is to create a brand new look, something to engage long time fans and new ones this all makes sense. It’s super clean. This isn’t an uncommon rebranding. Happens in all sports.”

Interro:

“But why? Why change what isn’t broken? They could have easily tweaked the logo, updated some colours, and made merch around it. The new look is uninspired, corporate-board word-art.”

BKN:

“OK you’re right”

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