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Rainbow Six Siege Player FoxA Explains How Hard To Be A Professional Player

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Davide Bucci, known as “FoxA,” is a 22-year-old Canadian Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing under Oxygen Esports for over two months. Previously, he was playing for Team Reciprocity.

FoxA revealed how hard to be a professional esports player by replying to a post of G2 Esports player Juhani “Kantoraketti” Toivonen and stated that nobody understands the work they put into the game.

Furthermore, Team Vitality coach Helbee wrote that it is actually a seven-day in a week job and most of the time you will think about how to do things better in your free time. He stated that people need to passionate about it or they will crumble under the weight.

Here is what Kantoraketti said:

“We get to play games for a living we have the easiest stress-free job in the world!”

FoxA replied:

“Nobody understands the stress and work we put in. I hate when I tell people I play Siege and they say ‘that’s nice do you work?’ Pain.”

Helbee said:

“It’s a 7 days a week job, and most of the free times are spent thinking about what you can do better. You need to be passionate and be willing to make the sacrifice needed or you’ll just crumble under the weight of it all.”

You can check out the tweets below.

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