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Oxygen Esports Rainbow Six Siege Player FoxA Says It Sucks Seeing People Retire: “Being A Pro Is Difficult”

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23-year-old Canadian Rainbow Six Siege player Davide Bucci, known as “FoxA,” has been representing Oxygen Esports for over ten months. Previously, he had played for teams like Cloud9 and Team Reciprocity.

After Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen, Daniel “Goga” Mazorra Romero, and Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski this year, Dimitri “Panix” de Longeaux also announced his retirement recently. Following the announcement of Panix, FoxA revealed his thoughts about these decisions on Twitter.

FoxA stated that it’s really devastating to see so many players retire from the game especially the Rainbow Six Siege in its best state. Even though he is sad about these decisions, FoxA said that he understands their reasons and pointed out that it’s hard to be a professional player.

Here is what FoxA said:

“Sucks seeing so many more people retire especially when I believe this is R6’s year…

I get their reasonings though, being a professional is difficult.”

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