The Ukrainian multi-gaming organization Natus Vincere has closed the Rainbow Six Siege division following the transfer of two players.
NAVI and WYLDE have reached an agreement on the transfer of Edoardo "T3b" Treglia and Jesse "Jeggz" Ojanen.
NAVI will not be assembling a new Rainbow Six Siege roster and will leave the discipline after almost four years since the debut. During this time, the NAVI team has competed in three seasons of the Pro League and nine seasons of the European League and performed at two Six Invitational world championships. The roster's most significant achievement was winning the Pro League Season 10 LAN finals in the Japanese city of Tokoname, which brought the club $100,000.
"We are grateful to all team players and the coaching staff for their professionalism, dedication, and amazing highlights the club's fans won't soon forget. Special thanks to Ubisoft and the Rainbow Six Siege community for the warm reception and continuous support throughout our journey in the discipline," noted the NAVI statement.
Despite their current contracts, NAVI has granted free agent status to Jordan "Kayak" Morley, Jake "Leadr" Fortunato, Jamie "Skiddy" Diamond and coach Alonso "Alo" Díez. They are open to offers for the next season.