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Rainbow Six Siege Player LaXInG Says Pro League Needs To Be Delayed Due To The Bug Problems

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Gabriel “LaXInG” Mirele is a 23-year-old American Rainbow Six Siege player who has been representing Oxygen Esports for over four months. Before that, he was playing for Team Reciprocity.

LaXInG took to his official Twitter account to explain why Pro League needs to be delayed while mentioning how a bad state Rainbow Six Siege scene is now.

For around years, both competitive and causal scene is suffering from cheaters, bugs, and server problems in the game. After the release of Operation Shadow Legacy, the number of these problems increased, and lots of people started to criticize Ubisoft because of that, including LaXInG.

In the tweet, LaXInG pointed out that Pro League needs to be delayed until Ubisoft fix the bugs and server problems and said that players are facing with these bugs in mid-game. Because of these problems, LaXInG stated that the game is ruining the experience for everyone, and they shouldn’t be dealing with that.

Here is what LaXInG wrote:

“I really don’t understand why pro league can’t be delayed until the game is actually fixed and the bugs are removed. People disconnecting, bugs making problems for players mid game, and all this ruins the experience for everyone. We should not be dealing with this ‘year 5.’

It’s honestly sad that at this point for every pro player it’s a matter of it being the ‘norm’ like we’ve had to just sit here and accept the bugs and playing with them and then costing rounds, matches, etc. it’s really not acceptable and not a healthy environment at all.”

G2 Esports player Pengu replied:

“Yeap, it’s why I’ve been so vocal the past two years because now we live in this reality of playing a broken game as I feared…”

You can read the tweets below.

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