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Spacestation Gaming have announced the names of the team's roster that will compete at the North America League 2023. In total, five new names have joined Alec "Fultz" Fultz and Matthew "Hotancold" Stevens.
The astronauts have decided to pick up the majority of the Astralis roster, adding Roman "Forrest" Breaux, Jack "J9O" Buckard, Seth "Callout" Mik, and Adam "Mango" Pazner. The Six Invitational 2021 champion Bryan "Merc" Wrzek completes the roster as he was looking for a team following TSM's departure from Rainbow Six Siege.
Spacestation Gaming's 2022 was far from what the organization expected to achieve in Rainbow Six Siege. After missing out on the Six Charlotte Major and the Six Berlin Major, the team slightly improved with the arrival of Alexander "Yeti" Lawson and qualified for the Six Jönköping Major.
Following some good performances at the NA SI 2023 Closed Qualifier, the astronauts qualified for the Six Invitational 2023. However, the team had a short run in Montreal, Canada, as they were sent back home by M80 in the second round of the lower bracket.
With Spacestation Gaming deciding to make changes, all Dylan "Bosco" Bosco, Nathanial "Rampy" Duvall, and Alexander "Yeti" Lawson parted ways with the team. The changes also affected the staff team, as Justin "Lycan" Woods, Luke "Luke" Slota, and Zachary "Sov" Sites left the organization as well.
Spacestation Gaming's roster for the North America League 2023 looks as follows:
Alec "Fultz" Fultz
Matthew "Hotancold" Stevens
Roman "Forrest" Breaux
Jack "J9O" Buckard
Bryan "Merc" Wrzek
Seth "Callout" Mik (Coach)
Adam "Mango" Pazner (Analyst)
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