Siege veteran ‘BC’ returns to DarkZero as a player, replacing Mint

Sadnan Nafis
By Sadnan Nafis
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Rainbow Six Siege veteran Brandon “BC” Carr is making a return to competitive play, replacing the role of ‘Mint’ in DarkZero’s roster.

In an announcement video yesterday, DZ’s ‘Mint‘ retired as a professional player and took a spot in the coaching staff instead. And now, DarkZero’s former coach of Brandon “BC” Carr will swap the roles with Mint to make a historical return to competitive Siege.

BC has been in the North American competitive Siege community for a very long time. As a player, he has attended the Season 6 and 7 Pro League Finals, Paris Major, the Six Invitational 2018 Grand Finals with Evil Geniuses, one of the most historical matches of Rainbow Six Siege.

However, BC stepped down as a player and instead became a coach for DarkZero Esports. As a coach, he led DZ in two Six Invitationals, two Pro League Finals, and even won the regional August Major.

After a disappointing performance in 2021 NAL stage 1 and Six Invitational 2021, DarkZero has decided to go for a big roster shuffle. With both Skys and Mint retiring as competitive players, DZ was on a hunt for some new NA players. But now it looks like they will only have to replace the vacant spot of ‘Skys’, as BC has decided to get back in action.

Stage 2 of the North American League will return on June 15th at the Esports Arena in Las Vegas.

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.