Jarvis joins Tempo Storm and makes a return to top-flight of Rainbow Six Esports

Four months after Luminosity Gaming exited the Rainbow Six esports scene, Jarvis will be making a return to the scene by joining Tempo Storm. Jarvis will be replacing the recently dropped player of Manuel “Sloppy” Malfer in the roster.

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. After this, Jarvis was replaced by Paul “Hyper” Kontopanagiotis in the lineup.

However, Jarvis later joined Team SoloMid, where he immediately won the DreamHack Montreal 2019 Minor. Unfortunately, he was kicked off once again later, when the PL season started.

Most recently, Jarvis joined Luminosity Gaming before the second half of season 11. Sadly, the team was disbanded due to the organization exiting the scene just before the new US Division was about to kick off.

Now Jarvis is back to the top yet again, replacing ‘Sloppy‘ in Tempo Storm’s lineup. Here’s what Jarvis had to say about this announcement:

I’m excited for the opportunity to return to professional play with a roster full of potential in Tempo Storm. Once again, I’ll be playing with my former teammate and friend, Krazy, alongside a group that is talented and hungry to rise up the ranks in the North American League (NAL). I’m thankful to all of my supporters who have stuck with me over the years, the negative comments that motivate me to stick it out, and my teammates who know what I bring to the table.

Tempo’s Acquisitions Manager Leighton Tyler commented:

“The Tempo team is ecstatic to have one of the best Rainbow Six Siege players in the North American region join our ranks. With Jarvis on our roster and the backing of his new teammates, we are confident that we’ll continue improving drastically as a team. We’d also like to express our sincerest gratitude to Manuel Malfer (‘Sloppy’), who is leaving the team today. We wish him all the best in his future endeavors.”

Tempo Storm Rainbow Six Siege roster:

  •  Giuliano “Krazy” Solon
  •  Tim “Creators” Humpherys
  •  Mitch “Dream” Malson
  •  Mark “Mark” Arismendez
  •  Sam “Jarvis” Jarvis
  •  Trevor “KenZ” Kenzie (coach)
  •  David “DnA” Thomas (analyst)

Jarvis will officially begin with Tempo’s Rainbow Six Siege team at the beginning of Stage 2 of the US Division in the NAL.

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