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DarkZero Esports signs Ryce to complete Rainbow Six Siege roster

Ryce will make his professional debut this week.

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DarkZero Esports has signed the former Luminosity Gaming and Spacestation Gaming Academy player Jason "Ryce" Ngo.

The Vietnamese player represented the purple organization in the BREAKING POINT, an off-season tournament organized by the caster Jacob "CaliberJacob" Anderson. Following the team's performances in the competition, Ryce has now been announced officially.

DarkZero Esports has needed a fifth player since the retirement of Matthew "Achieved" Solomon, who announced his decision in July. This is the team's first roster change since Dec. 2022, when Gaven "Gaveni" Black joined DarkZero Esports.

Ryce competed in the North America Challenger League 2022 for Aqualix, Vipers, and Luminosity Gaming. In 2023, the player represented Spacestation Gaming Academy in the ELEMENT ONE and in the Game Rogue - Summer Series.

Ryce will make his top-flight debut on Sep. 6 when DarkZero Esports play against M80 and Mirage.

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