Citing his poor performance so far in Season 8 of the Pro League, as depicted in the SiegeGG mid-season stats, KRiiSKO yesterday announced his decision to step down from the core Supremacy lineup and become a substitute for the team.
This change in the French side’s roster means that Tacticss will once again be on the main lineup after he had voluntarily moved to the bench prior to the start of Season 8 due to a lack of free time. With Alive also departing, KRiiSKO and Alphama had joined Supremacy to replace the two outgoing players.
KRiiSKO has had a long history in competitive Rainbow Six. He started his career in Season 1 in the Xbox One Pro League with Team Vitality, and then transitioned to the PC after the 2017 Six Invitational. He would later move to beGenius, but his exploits there were overshadowed when team member Shaiiko was slapped with a two-year ban for using macros in a Pro League match.
After a five-month break, KRiiSKO would make a proper return to the Pro League by joining Supremacy after their promotion to the Pro League. However, he will now be taking a step back after having the second-lowest mid-season SiegeGG rating in Europe, thus allowing Tacticss to return to the core Supremacy lineup.