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Spacestation Gaming drops five members, only Hotancold and Fultz stay

Spacestation Gaming are making changes.

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Spacestation Gaming has today announced the departure of five of the eight members of their Siege team.

All Nathanial "Rampy" Duvail, Dylan "Bosco" Bosco, Justin "Lycan" Woods, and Luke "Luke" Slota, who won the Six Invitational 2020 with the astronauts, have parted ways with the team. Spacestation Gaming's most recent pick-up, Alexander "Yeti" Lawson, is also leaving the North American squad.

Spacestation Gaming's announcement comes after a tough season, where the roster struggled for most of its campaign. Despite the complications, the team was part of the last two international events of the season, the Six Jönköping Major and the Six Invitational 2023. However, the results were far from what the team had probably targeted at the beginning of the year.

After the announcement, we don't know yet what the future has in store for the five former astronauts.

The two-time Six Invitational champion, Bosco, seems to be "very interested in stepping into the coaching side of the game," as he revealed in his TwitLonger. Rampy, on the other hand, said he's "excited for the future" as he is yet to give an update on his future.

With Lycan's experience and knowledge, is hard to believe nobody is going to knock on his door. His former teammate Luke, however, is now looking for a new home.

Meanwhile, Yeti announced he has already found a new home, which is unknown still. Also, he feels the next Spacestation Gaming roster will be an "outstanding roster."

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