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WYLDE part ways with Pacbull

The British player will not compete for WYLDE in Stage 2.

Banner Image: Ubisoft / João F. @itsmeERROR

WYLDE have parted ways with Peter "Pacbull" Bull as he won't be part of the organization's team to compete in the Europe League 2024 Stage 2.

The British player joined Usain Bolt's organization in September 2022 and failed to qualify WYLDE for an international competition, with the team's closest attempt being a 2-3 defeat against Team BDS in the GWB 2023 Europe grand finals.

Looking at the team's start to the season, WYLDE could only get one regulation win against Fnatic (7-5), one overtime loss, and six defeats. With four points, the European roster finished at the bottom of the Europe League 2024 Stage 1. 

Before joining WYLDE, the British player had competed for other teams including Team Secret, MNM Gaming, and Chaos. Now, the 22-year-old is already looking for a team to represent for the remainder of the season.

Although Pacbull has been the first departure to be announced, more roster moves should be expected in the upcoming days. According to WYLDE's statement on X (formerly known as Twitter), the team will "make announcements around Rainbow Six Siege and wanted to emphasize that no decision has been easy or taken lightly as they will all have real world implications."

Despite the upcoming announcements, WYLDE's statement included some information regarding the organization's future in the scene. "We remain committed to Siege esports and are pushing to build a roster that the community will be proud to support." 

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