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Spacestation Gaming Coach Explains What Changed After Hotancold Joined

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Matthew Stevens, known as “Hotancold,” is a 23-year-old American Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing for Spacestation Gaming since June 2021. Previously, he was playing for DarkZero Esports and Mirage.

Spacestation Gaming coach Justin “Lycan” Woods spoke in a recent interview with Siege.gg before Six Mexico Major 2021 starts and talked about how their playstyle change since the addition of Hotancold.

In the conversation, Lycan pointed out that they had been playing more restricted and scripted previously. Right now, they shifted their game plan to become a more free-flowing and improvisational.

Furthermore, Lycan also mentioned that they had eyes on Jack “J90” Burkard as well as Alexander “Skys” Magor, but they decided that Hotancold would be the best choice for them in order to play perfectly.

Spacestation Gaming gathered themselves after the addition of Hotancold, and they won NAL – 2021 Season – Stage 2, which made them qualify for Six Mexico Major. Their journey in Mexico will begin with Group B as they fight against Natus Vincere and FURIA Esports.

Lycan said in the interview:

“It wasn’t until we were at SI and talking about the play style that we wanted, that we really were like wait a minute like Matt actually might be the best pick, not these other guys that we’re looking at.

We are very different than what we were before. Everything is made up on the fly. We basically went from a system that was scripted, I think that’s a perfect word for it, to something that’s very free-flowing and ‘improv,’”

Later in the conversation, Lycan revealed that they wanted to approach the game as the LATAM teams usually do, which made them pretty successful in the Six Invitational 2021 event.

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