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Panix Retires From Competitive Rainbow Six Siege

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Dimitri de Longeaux, known as “Panix,” is a 25-year-old Swiss Rainbow Six Siege player who had played for teams like Team Vitality, PENTA Esports, BDS Esports, and many more. Recently, he was playing for GAMMA Gaming.

After the players such as Pengu, Goga, and Canadian announced their retirements this year, Panix also made a statement on his official Twitter account and announced his retirement from competitive Rainbow Six Siege.

While mentioning that priorities are changing in his life, Panix also stated that he will keep streaming on Twitch and might release content on YouTube. Furthermore, Panix pointed out that coaching is a possibility, but he is not aspiring to make a career.

Here is a part of what Panix said:

“As you may have seen in the original tweet, I decided to take a step back from competitive Rainbow 6. In this TL, I am going to explain why and talk in depths about my mental health since my bench from NaVi and what lead me to this decision…

I will keep streaming, hopefully make some content with the years of clips I gathered and share my experience. Maybe you’ll see me do some coaching or analysis during my studies, as coaching is something exciting to me, but I don’t aspire to make it a career.

I don’t have any exact plans for now, but I am going back to enjoy life a bit and that’s the best thing. Once COVID is gone, I’ll be able to enjoy life entirely. Rainbow 6 and his community, I will always have love for you.”

You can check out the post below.

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