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Natus Vincere Rainbow Six Siege Player Kendrew Explains Why Organizations Are Leaving The Competitive Scene

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Luke “Kendrew” Kendrew is a 21-year-old British Rainbow Six Siege player who has been representing the Natus Vincere brand for over one and a half years. In his career, he earned around $50.000 from the events.

In less than two years, there were lots of organizations that decided to leave the competitive Rainbow Six Siege scene like Luminosity Gaming, Evil Geniuses, and Team Reciprocity, and the last of them is Chaos Esports Club.

While most of the community was blaming the organizations for leaving Rainbow Six Siege, Kendrew had a different view about the subject and shared a new post on his official Twitter account to reveal his opinion.

In the post, Kendrew pointed out that the coronavirus outbreak has a huge impact on forcing the organizations to leave the scene and admitted that it is incredibly hard to run business during this time. Also, he even mentioned that Siege has it’s own problems and said that people shouldn’t blame the organization without any hesitation.

Here is what Kendrew said:

“It’s such a shame that people are so quick to blame siege for Org’s backing out. While Siege has its issues, there is no denying that. Covid has effected esports more than the majority of people know and its incredibly hard to run a buisness in the middle of a pandemic.”

You can read the tweet below.

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