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DarkZero signs Rainbow Six Siege veteran Canadian

The former Spacestation Gaming player has found a new home.

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Before the 2021 Six Invitational, Troy "Canadian" Jaroslawski retired from Rainbow Six: Siege. He briefly returned to fill in for his team for the major tournament as the team was hit with Covid-related difficulties, but as Spacestation Gaming's run at the Invitational came to a close, Canadian returned to retirement.

But Canadian's retirement is only a brief one, as he has now signed with DarkZero Esports to compete with the team in the Rainbow Six Siege North American League. Canadian will also be joining the roster in the place of Brandon "BC" Carr, who has transitioned from a player into a coaching position.

"I'm eager to start this next chapter in my career with DarkZero beginning with stage 3 of the NAL," said Canadian. "The potential is endless with the wealth of experience and talent that this roster brings under a banner as supportive as DarkZero."

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