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Redeemer Joins Rogue In A Different Way



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Taylor “Redeemer” Mayeur is a 28-year-old Rainbow Six Siege player who was playing for Spacestation Gaming since March 2018. In September 2019, he announced that he won’t play the game at the competitive level. On 10 October, he announced that he joined Rogue as a coach.

Redeemer said:

“After Dreamhack Montreal, I had to make a choice. Again another hard choice for me, since I didn’t think my casting performance was going to go as smoothly as it did. I also didn’t think I was going to enjoy casting as much as i did either. It was a wonderful experience and something I could easily picture myself doing long term BUT When Rogue presented me with this coaching opportunity I knew that was where my heart really was, competing. After Invite, that was my last time playing Rainbow competitively and the way and which it happened left a space and a drive to want to win even more. With me getting older, as much as I would have loved to have kept playing, it just didn’t make sense. I needed a more solid foundation to build off of, which is why coaching is a good secondary option for me. I have a very good understanding of the game and coming from IGLing in the past, the guys trust me with helping improve their game and process.”

He continued:

“For everyone wondering Reapers position in this entire mix up, just know he is here to stay. His work ethic and analytical breakdowns is next level coaching, something I’ve strived for on past teams. Which is why I’m excited to team up with him. This also allows Reaper to focus on his strengths of analyzing and crunching data, and will allow me to focus on the rest. The work Reaper does takes a special type of person, and I’m excited to share this opportunity with him.”

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