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Spacestation Gaming Rainbow Six Siege Player Bosco: “Bugs Are Affecting The Professional Scene”

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Dylan “Bosco” Bosco is a 25-year-old American Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing under Spacestation Gaming jersey for over one and a half years. In his career, he earned over $280.000 from the events.

About a year ago, almost every person started to complain about the problems of Rainbow Six Siege, and the most frustrating ones are cheaters, bugs, server problems, and more. At some point, even some of the professional players lost their will to play the game.

Bosco took to his official Twitter account to share his reaction about the clip, which he clutched the round against two enemies in the Pro League and explained why he was so lucky to won that round.

Bosco stated that he was so lucky to win that round because he had been experiencing the sound bug that makes you hear shooting sound for the rest of the round. While mentioning this problem, Bosco said that these bugs started to affect the professional scene and showed how frustrating to play with.

Here is what Bosco said:

“I’m not one to usually comment on the state of siege but I was lucky to win this round. It was the third round in a row where as soon as I shoot my gun I would hear it shooting infinitely the rest of the round. The bugs/servers are seriously starting to affect the pro scene :/”

G2 Esports player Kantoraketti replied:

“I had a scrim where ever other round my sound would go down to like 10% i would have infinite gun sound blasting my ears and infinite dokkaebi call all at the same time that would continue to next round…”

You can read the tweets below.

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