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Rainbow Six Siege Player JoyStiCK Shares His Thoughts About The G2 Esports



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20-year-old Russian Rainbow Six Siege player Danil “JoyStiCK” Gabov has been representing Team Empire for over one and a half years. In his career, he earned over $130.000 from the events including the Six Major Raleigh 2019 against the G2 Esports.

On 6 December, during the interview with Team Empire, he revealed his opinion about the new G2 Esports roster.

Team Empire asked:

“Let’s talk about the replacement in G2 Esports. Can Cryn become the player the team needs?”

JoyStiCK replied:

“At this tournament we will see what they are capable of in the new squad. It is very interesting how they will play, because the replacement of Gogafor me was very strange and unexpected.”

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On 22 November, G2 Esports have announced that Daniel “Goga” Mazorra Romero will be leaving the team and they signed with Pascal “Cryn” Alouane.

Goga said:

“So yeah, it’s official, I’m not part of G2 anymore… Not much to say, it was a team decision,but no hard feelings toward my ex-teammates! I really loved all these years together but things always come to an end! This said, more news coming soon”

Cryn said:

“I can not describe how happy i am ! I am so thankful and honored to be part of the G2family ! This is a dream come true and I will do my absolute best. Time to grind for OGA Pit and Six Invitational!”

Click here to read the article about the roster changes for G2 Esports.

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