In a surprising announcement, MercenarieZ releases their Rainbow Six Siege roster

Sadnan Nafis
By Sadnan Nafis
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After a long and successful run in the Rainbow Six Siege esports scene, MercenarieZ has announced the emancipation of their Rainbow Six Siege roster.

In a TwitLonger post, MercenarieZ stated:

2020 was not a good year for the world but MrcZ got great achievements and our best achievement is getting immaculate support from our Fans all around the globe. However, for any development, change is the first contingency and we think it is high time we shift our focus on other gaming choices. Dear Fans, there are some good news and bad news from us but our sole intention is to give the best to you.

MrcZ is announcing the emancipation of our Great Rainbow Six Siege Roster. They gave us a fruitful year and a lot to be proud of. We wish them good luck in their future endeavor.

Moving forward, we are going to introduce two squads who will be playing VALORANT and PUBG for us and entertain you like never before. Please welcome them and support them as you always have.

We want to finish this post by Wishing our every fans, critics, sponsors, well-wishers a very Happy, Healthy, and Successful year 2021. May Almighty protect us all.

After Ubisoft introduced the South Asian region in the R6S esports ecosystem, the Bangladeshi esports org of MercenarieZ has been at the forefront of this region, alongside Union Gaming. MrcZ won both the South Asia Nationals of 2020 and most recently was crowned the champions of the November Six Major.

MercenarieZ even managed to advance to the semi-finals of the Six Invitational 2021 closed qualifiers, where they put a great matchup against CYCLOPS athlete gaming. Although they failed to qualify for the finals, MrcZ showed that they can be very competitive even on the International stage.

However, MercenarieZ didn’t just fire the whole R6S roster out of the blue, as there was a mutual understanding between both parties. MrcZ will now be focusing on VALORANT and PUBG, as they plan to introduce two new squads in the future.

In the meantime, the ex-MrcZ roster is currently looking for an org to continue their journey in the R6S esports scene. If anyone is interested, you can contact the team’s IGL Hasib here.

The APAC Finals for South Asia will take place on January 9. But with MrcZ leaving this scene, we’ll have to wait and see if the ex-MrcZ squad can still go head-to-head against Union Gaming.

Update (16/08/2021):

The MercenarieZ roster has now returned to the organization just in time for the start of the 2021 season of Siege Esports. With DOC7ER now being retired, the Bangladeshi player of Shawon ‘SnoowW‘ Joy will be replacing him in the squad.

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Sadnan Nafis is a Senior Esports Writer at GameRiv. Sadnan has a love-hate relationship with Rainbow Six Siege. He loves to keep himself updated with new tech videos and is always ready to help others.