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G2 Esports Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Says Ace And Melusi Still Needs To Be Balanced

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Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen is one of the most earning players in the Rainbow Six Siege scene with over $300.000. Since August 2018, he has been playing under G2 Esports. Previously, he was playing for PENTA Esports.

Pengu took to his official Twitter account to share his thoughts about the newest operators in the game, Ace and Melusi, and explained they Ubisoft needs to balance them out.

In the tweet, Pengu stated that Ace and Melusi were banned every game he played on Faceit Pro League and proved that they are really strong operators right now. Pengu said that these operators’ release on Pro League will be interesting and pointed out it is still concerning that they needed to be balanced for the competitive play.

Here is what Pengu said:

“The first day of FPL is over ( for me ) Really positive experience, altho the hardest part is actually callouts, every team has different calls for the same thing, we are REALLY lacking generic callouts in Siege, everyone has had to make up their own.

Also, both Ace and Melusi were banned in 100% of the FPL games I played today. I’ve said it throughout the past few months that it’s concerning that we have still yet to balance them out, its almost like we’ve moved beyond/past them. their PL release will be interesting.”

You can read his tweets below.

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