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Rainbow Six Siege Player FoxA Says Coaches Should Be Able To Talk During The Matches – Pengu Disagrees

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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 four months. Before that, he had played for teams like Team Reciprocity, Cloud9, and more.

FoxA took to his official Twitter account to share a new post and revealed his opinion about how to make Siege more enjoyable and competitive at the same time.

In the post, FoxA stated that in the tactical game like Rainbow Six Siege, coaches should be able to talk with the players during the game and made a controversial statement. While everybody was sharing their thoughts about this feature, G2 Esports’ Pengu stood against this feature.

Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen explained why this feature shouldn’t be added to the game by saying that it would be meaningless to have in-game leaders for the rosters. In this way, he pointed out the importance of having a great in-game leader.

Here is what FoxA said:

“In a game like Rainbow, I personally think coaches should be able to talk all game behind his players.”

Pengu replied:

“F*ck no then in-game leading is no longer a player job.”

You can read the tweets below.

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