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Goga Announces His Retirement From Rainbow Six Siege



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Daniel “Goga” Mazorra Romero was one of the star players that dominated the Rainbow Six Siege scene back in the days with G2 Esports. He was considered the best support player in the game.

He was one of the core members of the roster that featuring Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen and Fabian “Fabian” Hällsten. They have been on top of the leaderboard for over two years with both PENTA Esports and G2 Esports.

However, things started to get sloppy in 2019. G2 wasn’t playing as good as they were back in the days, and couldn’t live up to the expectations even though they won Six Invitational 2019 and reached the finals of Six Major Raleigh 2019.

Therefore, the organization decided to make roster changes and parted ways with Goga in November 2019. After a month, he joined Team Vitality alongside Fabian, but they couldn’t perform in the tournaments.

In March 2021, Team Vitality benched both Fabian and Goga, and their future was unclear since then. Today, Team Vitality announced the departure of Goga from the team, and the Spanish player announced his retirement via Twitter.

Goga mentioned that he can not enjoy the game anymore and showed the real reason behind this decision. Further on, Goga announced that he will be streaming on Twitch and play the games such as Siege, Valorant, and many more.

Here is the official announcement from Goga:

“As you’ve seen a couple of hours ago, I’m released from the contract with Vitality. During the time while I was benched I’ve been trying to get back the motivation I was lacking to play the game but unfortunately, I didn’t.

I don’t enjoy the game anymore the way I used to 1-2 years ago. Back then I could spend the whole day playing ranked and have fun, now it’s just impossible for me.

This said, I can only be grateful for all the people I’ve worked with & the opportunities I’ve been given. These 5 last years have been the best in my life so far and I will always remember them.”

He continued:

“In the last twitlonger I said that I didn’t know if this was a goodbye or if I was going to return at some point, but right now I confirm that I’m retiring from competitive R6:Siege.

What am I gonna do now? I’m gonna start streaming (yes, seriously). I know I’ve been a bit lazy about this but I’m gonna put effort on it. I will make a tweet about a streaming schedule soon. I will stream R6:Siege but I also will be streaming valorant/apex & other games.”

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