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Rainbow Six Siege Player Pengu Gives An Advice To Ubisoft

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22-year-old Danish Rainbow Six Siege player Niclas Mouritzen, known as “Pengu,” has been representing G2 Esports for over a year. Before that, he was playing for PENTA Esports. In his career, he earned over $300.000 from the events that he attended.

On 17th January 2020, Pengu gave advice to Ubisoft for raising the number of players who are playing the test servers.

Here is what Penge wrote:

“For ubi: Please give the more casual players an incent to play test server, this benefits everyone, and makes the bug testing/balance teams job easier with more feedback gathered, but on day 1 of test server the queues are already infinitely long due to lack of interest.”

He added:

“Reward players, make the renown you get /alpha pack/skins you collect, transfer to live servers so there is a reason to stop progressing on your actual live account, or anything of the sort. we need people to test the changes”

A fan named Magmation replied:

“Also if they would stop making the game less enjoyable each update maybe people would be more willing to try out the new one”

You can check his tweets below.

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