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Spacestation Gaming’s Canadian Returns From Retirement And Gets A MVP In Six Invitational



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Troy Jaroslawski, known as “Canadian,” is a 24-year-old Canadian Rainbow Six Siege player who had played for teams like Continuum, Evil Geniuses, and Spacestation Gaming.

With Continuum, Canadian won the first biggest tournament in the Rainbow Six Siege scene, Six Invitational, back in 2017. After he joined Evil Geniuses, Canadian and his colleagues always played on top-tier.

Even though they reached lots of finals, Evil Geniuses couldn’t win any victories at the top level. However, things changed after Evil Geniuses left the scene and they joined Spacestation Gaming.

In a year, they won United States Nationals 2019, Six Invitational 2020, and Pro League Season 11 – North America together. Also, Canadian proved his worth as an in-game leader in those tournaments.

The Reason Why Canadian Decided To Retire

Even after winning the Six Invitational 2020, Canadian started to think about retirement. Especially because of how Ubisoft created the utility meta and the online era that caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

Canadian realized that he has no longer have the passion and the motivation he had before for Rainbow Six Siege. Due to the lack of passion and motivation, he felt that he can not continue anymore.

On March 14, 2021, Canadian announced his retirement by sharing a new post on his official Twitter account, justly after the legendary player Niclas “Pengu” Mouritzen announced his retirement.

Canadian’s Return To The Spacestation Gaming And Six Invitational 2021

After Canadian left the competitive scene, Spacestation Gaming added their 18-year-old analyst and player Luke “Luke” Slota to the roster, and showed some good results shortly after the addition.

Although they were eager to play at Six Invitational 2021 in Paris, Luke had visa problems and revealed that he can not join the team in Paris. Afterward, Spacestation Gaming started to look for players who could stand in for them.

However, they couldn’t find any great picks for them. Because of that, their coach Lycan called Canadian told him the problem they face. After seeing how his former teammates struggling, Canadian decided to step in one more time.

In the first match of the tournaments, Canadian and his colleagues faced Team SoloMid and lost their first match on Coastline with 4-7. However, this was just a warm-up game for the in-game leader.

The next match was against Giants Gaming, who was the finalist of APAC League 2020 Finals – North, and Canadian wanted revenge. He stepped up for his team and got a 11.0 kill/death ratio and got his first MVP medal during the tournament.

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