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Canadian to return to Spacestation Gaming for Six Invitational 2021

He will act as a temporary stand-in in the absence of Luke.

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It was only recently that we got official confirmation from Ubisoft that the Six Invitational 2021 would in fact be starting in Paris, France on May 11. But, to build on that hype, Spacestation Gaming has recently announced a roster change to ensure that they can in fact compete at the tournament.

Due to Luke "Luke" Slota being unable to compete due to passport complications, the team has had to lean on another individual for the competition, and despite only retiring from the scene a few weeks ago, Troy "Canadian" Jaroslawski will in fact be coming back to the organisation for the major event as a stand-in.

Canadian is one of the most decorated players in Rainbow Six: Siege history and has actually won the Six Invitational multiple times, the most recent being the 2020 event with SSG. By returning to the team, we'll have to see whether Spacestation can maintain their title and claim the massive $1 million prize pool once again.

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