Last weekend, our Rainbow Six Siege team successfully qualified for the next season of the Pro League. Coming through the Open Qualifier in the 2nd week they were eventually able to finish 4th overall in the Final Qualifier.
Unfortunately however, shortly after qualifying, Stizze and Storm both decided to leave the team for different reasons and that left us with a short amount of time to find new players in time for the Pro League. After some difficult decisions, we can now announce that Quantic and Jugger are the 2 replacement players. Both players narrowly missed out on the Pro League themselves with Sad Boys who Barrage beat to qualify.
Speaking to Jugger about the move, he said "I feel like I have an opportunity to make a name for myself and make a mark on the Pro Scene. This team is a top contender and can go places." When asked whether he feels teaming with Quantic again will help he said "yes it will make a huge difference, we are both roamers so we need good communication and teamwork to be effective. Having already played with Quantic I know how he reacts to different scenarios and can adjust my own play accordingly".
Jugger went on to talk about who he thought were the toughest opposition they would face "I would say Playing Ducks based on what I have seen so far. With out current lineup we can secure a win though as long as we have prepared enough"
Quantic also talked about how he was feeling about the move, "I'm quite thankful actually. I thought that was it for us after we lost out to you guys (Barrage) in the qualifiers. I am grateful to have the opportunity to participate in this season of the Pro League". Talking about his new team mates he went on to say "I think everyone compliments each other well. There is a good mix of firepower and leadership"
Jeff, the owner of Barrage also had his say on the new recruits "Rainbow Six is a game I love so I am always heavily involved in the roster for it. Quantic alone brings a wealth of experience to the squad having been a 6 invitational finalist. Jugger I know less about as he is fairly new to the scene but already considered a very strong player. I am excited to see the new lineup in action and I am confident about our prospects for the Pro League."
The new roster for the Pro League now consists of -
Barrage would also like to take this opportunity to thank Storm & Stizze for their hard work in helping us to obtain our Pro League spot and wish them all the best for the future.
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