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Rainbow Six: Siege

Dire Wolves are entering Rainbow Six Siege

The roster will be made up of the former Seventh Heaven team, and marks the organisation's expansion into the greater Asia region.

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The Australian esports organisation Dire Wolves has announced that it has entered the competitive Rainbow Six: Siege scene, following the acquisition of the Seventh Heaven team, a deal that marks the team's first expansion into the greater Asia region.

The roster includes not only five players, but also two substitutes, a coach, a manager, a vice-manager, and an analyst.

The Seventh Heaven team has seen varied success in its respective region, most recently finishing seventh in the APAC South 2021 - Stage 2 tournament. With the support of the Dire Wolves organisation, it'll be interesting to see whether the team can step up and improve on this result in Stage 3, which is taking place right now.

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