American former Rainbow Six Siege player Aaron “Gotcha” Chung had played for teams like Disrupt Gaming, Vertical Gaming, Most Wanted eSports and many more. In 2018, He joined Evil Geniuses as a coach. On 9 August, Gotcha said that women should be in Pro League more often.
“My take on CCS creating a league for women: more people taking an interest in competitive Siege can only be a good thing. It’d be dope to see more women in pro league as players, analysts, coaches, etc.”
You can check his tweet below.
My take on CCS creating a league for women: more people taking an interest in competitive Siege can only be a good thing. It'd be dope to see more women in pro league as players, analysts, coaches, etc.
— Gotcha🍞 (@GotchaR6) August 9, 2019
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