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Spacestation Gaming Rainbow Six Siege Player Canadian Retires From Competitive Scene



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Troy Jaroslawski, known as “Canadian,” is a 24-year-old Canadian Rainbow Six Siege player who had been playing for Spacestation Gaming since September 2019. Previously, he had played for Evil Geniuses, Continuum, and more.

In the same month that G2 Esports’ legendary player Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen retired from the game, Canadian also saddened the community by announcing his retirement via his official Twitter account.

In the post, Canadian mentioned that he had been thinking about this decision since the last Six Invitational and pointed out that he has no passion and motivation once he had in the past and this is one of the reasons behind this decision.

Here is what Canadian wrote:

“As of today I will be stepping down from SSG and will no longer be competing in R6. This has been something that has been slipping in and out of my mind for awhile after SI2020, with the pandemic hitting and changing everything as well as just how the game and it’s meta has developed.

Most of all though I think just after 5+ years of putting everything I had into this game, I think my mind has started to give in a little bit and I just no longer have the same passion and motivation for the game that I once had. As a result of that, I no longer feel I can perform to the level I expect of myself as an IGL and that’s only made it more frustrating for me to continue to play.”

He added:

“I had this same sort of feeling leading up to SI2021 before we knew whether or not it was going to be happening and when I heard it would still be happening in February with 20 teams I gained a second wind. However, with it ending up being postponed I’ve been struggling to find the motivation again and finding myself really unhappy playing the game.

It would only have been unfair to my teammates on SSG to continue competing at a fraction of what I’m capable of and it wouldn’t have been something I would have been satisfied with either. As a result I have decided to step down.”

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