Into the Breach add new players to Siege roster to form UK core

Into the Breach

UK esports organisation Into the Breach (ITB) have bolstered their Rainbow Six Siege roster with two new players.

They’ve signed UK talent Creedz and oscr, meaning they now have four UK players in their roster, along with Azzr and Kendrew, and Swedish player NoaUrz.

The org made the announcement on social media in the below video yesterday, as they introduced their new UK core.

UK coach KangruKenny said: “I’ve always been open to giving talented players opportunities. Oscr is long overdue his shot at T1 and Creedz heavily impressed all of us during trials.

“Foundations are being put in place to improve upon our good run in Stage 2 last year. Tune in to EUL Stage 1 in March!”

The news comes almost three weeks after Into the Breach released players Jonka (Germany) and Kantoraketti (Finland), as well as coach Leonski (Netherlands), who has retired.

UK manager Blainey added:

“Glad to officially welcome these guys to ITB! Both have been promising upcomers for a while now and we’re proud to be the team for them – this also takes ITB to a UK core!”

Blainey, Into the Breach

“Preparation has already begun for Stage 1. Let’s book our tickets to Manchester!”

Into the Breach are preparing to compete in Stage 1 of the Europe League in March 2024, as they hope to progress from that to the Blast R6 Manchester Major.

The UK Major was announced last month and will take place in the BEC Arena from May 16th to 24th.

ITB will face other teams in the Europe League including G2, BDS, Secret, Virtus Pro, Wolves, Wylde and more.

Elsewhere in Siege esports, the Six Invitational 2024 is ongoing, with G2, w7m, Spacestation, Virtus Pro, DarkZero, Faze Clan and Soniqs remaining.

Related article: Into the Breach move into Escape from Tarkov Arena with UK-centric roster

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