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Gotcha announces retirement from Rainbow Six Siege

Gotcha is retiring from Rainbow Six Siege.

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The Six Invitational 2022 champion, Aaron "Gotcha" Chung, has announced his retirement from Rainbow Six Siege seven months after his exit from TSM. The former Evil Geniuses and TSM coach, among others, has announced his decision on his personal X account.

Gotcha's professional Rainbow Six Siege career began in 2017 as a player. However, after the conclusion of his stay at Disrupt Gaming, Gotcha decided to move to a coaching position.

With Evil Geniuses, Gotcha participated at the Six Invitational 2019, the PL Season 9 Finals, and the Six Major Raleigh 2019. He was one map away from becoming a Pro League champion as the Americans lost to Team Empire following the famous white stairs incident.

Later on, Gotcha joined TSM. Shortly after the move, the team won the DreamHack Montreal 2019. Following the conclusion of the PL Season 10 North America, Gotcha decided to move back to Evil Geniuses as a player.

Unfortunately, his adventure didn't last for long as he missed out on the Six Invitational 2020. Moreover, Evil Geniuses finished at the bottom of the PL Season 11 North America standings.

Eventually, in Feb. 2022, Gotcha re-joined TSM and won the Six Invitational 2022. After a quarter-final finish in the Six Jönköping Major and missing out on the Six Invitational 2023, TSM decided to part ways with its Siege players and staff team.

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