By Haydar Ali
The ex-TrainHard roster was allowed to play their match against Na’Vi without the org behind them. They lost against Na’Vi, 7-2. Their next game is in the 6 French League — a tournament that also requires an org — on Wednesday against Vitality.
The TrainHard Esport organisation has announced the end of its operations “due to economic reasons”, just ahead of its Rainbow Six: Siege team’s game against Na’Vi tonight at 11 PM CEST (UTC+2).
It is currently unknown what this means for the Siege roster and if it will be allowed to continue in Stage 2 of the European League without an organisation.