Update 2 (July 5th):
The former TrainHard Esport roster has been exceptionally granted permission to continue to play in the remainder of Stage 2 under the 'org-less' name of unKnights.
This comes after multiple attempts from Ubisoft to contact the TrainHard organisation regarding the transfer of the competitive license to another organisation.
The unKnights name had last featured in Season 5 of the former ESL Pro League, with the former TrainHard players Christophe "Chaoxys" Soares and Valentin "Voy" Cheron also having been on that French roster.
As a result, the unKnights name will feature in the top-flight in Europe once again after a hiatus of four years.
Update 1 (June 28th):
The ex-TrainHard roster was allowed to play their match against Na'Vi without the org behind them. They lost against Na'Vi, 7-2. Their next game is in the 6 French League -- a tournament that also requires an org -- on Wednesday against Vitality.
Initial article (June 28th):
The TrainHard Esport organisation has announced the end of its operations "due to economic reasons", just ahead of its Rainbow Six: Siege team's game against Na'Vi tonight at 11 PM CEST (UTC+2).
It is currently unknown what this means for the Siege roster and if it will be allowed to continue in Stage 2 of the European League without an organisation.