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Rainbow Six Siege Caster Interro Makes A New Suggestion To Ubisoft On Oregon Bombside



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Parker Mackay, known as “Interro,” is a Canadian caster who is considered one of the best talents in the Rainbow Six Siege scene. For a long time, he has been casting the biggest tournaments such as Six Invitational.

Today, Interro took his official Twitter account to share a new post and made an unexpected suggestion to Ubisoft about one of the bombside’s of Oregon map.

In the post, Interro talked about the ‘Kids Dormitory’ bombside on the second floor and mentioned that it feels so awkward and awful to call as ‘Kids.’ Because of that, he wanted Ubisoft to change the name of this bombside.

Here is what Interro said:

“Ubisoft, please rename the bombsite ‘Kids Dormitory’ on Oregon. At very least, remove the word ‘kids’ from the name.

As a caster, the word ‘kids’ sounds awful when said alongside other callouts, leading to awkward & inappropriate phrasing. Something like ‘Bunks’ would be great.

This is a serious request, by the way. Having to consciously navigate a minefield of horrible phrasing all because the word ‘kids’ is involved really sucks. Changing the name of the bombsite would make our jobs easier.”

He continued:

“‘Just call it dorms.’ Usually we do but my point was to change the callout in-game. Standardizing callouts helps everyone. There really shouldn’t be multiple names for the same room. It gets confusing. Consistency is really important, especially for newer viewers.

What might make sense to you, a high level player with 1000s of in-game hours, might not make sense to 1000s of new(er) players tuning in to R6 esports for the first time.

Our goal should be making R6 easier to watch and understand. Changing & standardizing callouts can help.”

You can read the tweets below.

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