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Team Secret Rainbow Six Siege Player LeonGids Is Complaining Ubisoft For This

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20-year-old British Rainbow Six Siege player Leon Giddens, known as “LeonGids,” has been playing for Team Secret since August 2018. In his career, he only earned around $35.000 from the tournaments that he attended.

A few days ago, LeonGids compleined to the Ubisoft and stated that all the players should have access to the backstage.

Here is what LeonGids said:

“Imo, players who don’t qualify for the 6inv but go to the event should be allowed to have player passes. Just so they can hang out with their friends at the event and get into places where they can chill in private, it gets hectic sometimes and a getaway is needed.”

He added:

“Maybe I worded my tweet wrong. It’s not that it’s hectic, but Id just like to hang out with my friends at the event. The fans are not an issue and appreciate every person who supports me and Team Secret.”

Game Designer of Ubisoft, Emilien Lomet replied:

“The problem is that backstage areas are full of people working. And we need to keep those spaces as empty as possible for efficiency. Even devs don’t have access.”

LeonGids replied:

“True, idk just gets tedious sometimes, obviously it’s my own fault for not qualifying but it’s hard to find somewhere”

You can read his tweet below.

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