After nine long months of being unsigned, Orgless have officially put pen to paper with a North American organisation. They are called Wildcard Gaming, and with the ANZ Pro League coming up, this deal could not have happened at a more perfect time.
Wildcard Gaming’s Roster Follows:
We were fortunate enough to talk to the North Americans, and get their take on signing one of this region's top Rainbow Six Siege talents. “We are extremely excited to finally be a part of Rainbow Six Siege, we have admired the game and Orgless for quite some time,” said Wildcard Gaming’s ownership group. “For this to all come together, and to be a part of such a passionate community, it’s truly an honour. Adding Orgless to Wildcard is exactly what we meant with the creation of our slogan, ‘Stack The Deck’. The tradition of excellence continues."
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Ethan, Team Captain of now Wildcard Gaming, told us what this all means for the group. “Joining Wildcard is the beginning of a new chapter for our roster. We've been grinding at this for a couple of years now and it feels great to finally have an organisation we are proud to represent. Hopefully, with this support, we can take it to the next level."
We asked James Stewart, Esports Specialist at Ubisoft Australia, about the impact this move will have on our region’s competitive scene. James went on to say "Rainbow Six Siege esports has been growing globally and so too has our local industry. To see another teams of skilled players able to make their dreams a reality is a huge step for this title in our region." James then followed up by saying "I'm very proud of what these players have accomplished in their careers thus far, as should the rest of our teams, staff and community as a whole. There is no doubt that this is only the beginning!"
It’s not the first time Wildcard Gaming has scouted talent from this region, having previously signed Russell “Xtreme” Walters for their PUBG team towards the end of last year. Although with European organisation, Fnatic, coming into this region last year, and North American organisation, Sinister Gaming, entering this year, it’s clear this title is being watched by everyone around the world. Since the inception of Ubisoft support in 2017, Rainbow Six Siege has taken off in this region, and it’s clear there is no stopping this passionate community from reaching new heights.
Congratulations to Orgless on their new organisation. It’s a given that everyone in this region is behind you all the way, and we are sure you will do your new brand proud.