The Italian organization of Tempra Esports has decided to release their entire Rainbow Six Siege roster, including their coach, analyst, and manager.
Back in June 2020, Tempra Esports acquired the IziDream roster after they won the EU-Challenger League Season 11. This roster qualified for the European League and played the entire season under the name of Tempra.
Tempra Esports finished the Stage 1 of EUL in seventh place; however, the team managed to restructure themselves and climbed all the way to the third place in Stage 2, qualifying for the EU November Major.
Despite their massive improvement in the top stage of Siege esports, Tempra Esports has announced to their players and staff members that their contract will not be renewed.
Tempra’s run in the Six Invitational 2021 qualifiers was shut down by Italian roster Mkers, beating Tempra 3-1 in the finals. And rumors are floating around that Tempra will now be signing the roster of Mkers.
However, the rule that at least two players need to be from “the same level of competition the team was at during the previous season” could mean Tempra won’t be able to keep their EUL spot with the five MKERS players, as they didn’t participate in EUL 2020 season.