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Pengu Marks His Return From Retirement And Explains What Prevents Him



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Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen is a 23-year-old Danish Rainbow Six Siege player who is considered as the best all-around player in the game. Also, he is one of the most successful players in the scene.

Pengu played for only PENTA Sports and G2 Esports in his career, and he earned lots of MVP awards as he won over two Pro League championships and two Six Invitational tournaments in his career.

However, things haven’t been going well for both Pengu and G2 Esports. Even though G2 Esports tried out lots of roster changes, they couldn’t perform for the last two years, especially after the coronavirus outbreak.

Following the unexpected results and bad mood, Pengu announced his retirement from the competitive Rainbow Six Siege earlier this year. According to Pengu, retirement came to his mind during the most successful times of his career.

After a short period, the players such as Troy “Canadian” Jaroslawski and Alexander “Skys” Magor announced their retirement from the game because of not enjoying the Siege at the moment.

However, both Canadian and Skys came back alive and started to compete in the game. Therefore, the community was wondering if one of the greatest players of all time, Pengu, would ever return to the game as well.

Yesterday, Pengu shared a new post on his official Twitter account and marked his return to the Rainbow Six Siege.

In the post, Pengu revealed that he actually was thinking about returning to the game in March. Unfortunately, he pointed out the COVID situation limiting his enjoyment from the game as well as the in-real-life. Because of that, it is hard for Pengu to return back to the game until the COVID-19 pandemic is over.

Pengu on his return:

“Honestly if it wasn’t for covid limiting my enjoyment I likely would have come back in March next year – but I haven’t had a chance to do anything since retirement, I am doubtful. Maybe I’ll trial for Sky’s desk spot.”

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