Oxygen Esports part ways with Phish, player retires from competitive Rainbow Six Siege — SiegeGG

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America’s Phish has chosen retirement over a continuation in the competitive scene of Rainbow Six Siege, severing his professional ties with Oxygen Esports. This development was made public barely 24 hours after the reveal of Davide “FoxA” Bucci’s retirement decision.

Transitioning from Parabellum Esports to Oxygen Esports allowed Phish to make an impactful entry with the green team at the 2023 Gamers8. In the Saudi Arabian event, Phish’s performance earned him the status of the second-best player on the team, with a SiegeGG rating of 0.85.

Oxygen Esports, with Phish on the team, managed to emerge victorious in the Gamer Rogue Summer Series within a month, defeating Mirage 3-0 in the excessively competitive grand finale. However, the team could not achieve a spot in the BLAST R6 Major Atlanta and the Six Invitational 2024, finishing sixth in the North America League 2024 Stage 2.

The exits of both Phish and FoxA indicate a definite requirement for Oxygen Esports to secure a minimum of two new player signings before the kickoff of the North America League Stage 2.

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