Rainbow Six Siege veterans ‘Easilyy’ and ‘Jarvis’ makes a surprise return to competitive Rainbow Six Siege, but this time taking the role of head coaches.
‘Easilyy‘, a popular name in the NA competitive Siege community, most recently played for Susquehanna Soniqs. However, after some disappointing results for Soniqs in the 2020 season of NAL, the org benched Easilyy. And soon after, Easilyy decided to retire as a professional Siege player on December 3rd, 2020.
“After retiring I had a few offers to come back and play but I felt coaching is the true calling for me” said Easilyy as he rejoins NAL with Disrupt Gaming.
At the same time, Disrupt’s regional rivals, XSET, have also announced their new coach. Another long-time R6 pro player – Jarvis – has now transitioned into coaching.
Sam “Jarvis” Jarvis has been playing in the Pro League since Year 1, where he even made it into the Pro League Finals in season 3 with Most Wanted eSports. Along in his career, Jarvis joined many different organizations such as Ominous, Continuum (later known as Evil Geniuses), SK Gaming, and many more. But he then finally got the chance to play in the Pro League Finals in season 9 with DarkZero Esports, where they lost to Team Empire.
Jarvis will now bring all his experience into XSET, as he replaces their head coach, Brycer, who left two weeks ago.
XSET also announced their new signing of Dillon “Razorr” Presley into the roster to replace ‘Butterzz’. And with this renewed squad, they’ll look to secure a top 4 place in NAL stage 2.
Stage 2 of the North American League will return on June 15th at the Esports Arena in Las Vegas.