R6 Update: Welcome Paluh

November 02 2018

We are pleased to announce the latest addition to our Rainbow Six Siege roster: Luccas “Paluh” Molina!

Paluh joins us after a brief stint on BootKamp Gaming where he brought the team to a 3-0 first place finish at OGA Pit Season 1 - Latin America. The 18 year old Brazilian native is a new face in RB6 esports, but his hungry and aggressive playstyle has elevated him to the highest ranks of the game.

"It will be a pleasure to be part of an organization of this magnitude and play alongside some of the best players in the world. You can be sure that I will give my maximum to get more titles not only for Liquid, but also for Brazil!"
Luccas “Paluh” Molina

"Bringing Paluh was the solution of the quest for an aggressive player with great potential, we’re looking to bring our offensive DNA back"
Rafael “Rafa” Queiroz

"Paluh came to greatly reinforce our entry and lurker functions. A very smart, volatile and skillful player. One of the things that caught my attention was his proactivity"
André “Sensi” Kaneyasu

"Paluh is a player, which in my view, is the revelation of this year! He came from the ranked matches and today he can become one of the best players in the world. Some would dare to say that he's one of the top 5 players in the world, and he surely will bring a very aggressive playstyle to the team"
Adenauer “Silence” Alvarenga

We would also like to announce the departure of José "Bullet1" Victor. Bullet1 was an integral part of the team's success at the Pro League Season 7 Finals where we won gold. Even though we now go our separate ways, we'll always remember his contributions to our R6 team, and we wish him luck in the future.

Paluh will be joining the squad as soon as possible, so tune in catch his debut with Team Liquid. #LetsGoLiquid

Temos o prazer de anunciar a mais recente adição à nossa equipe de Rainbow Six Siege: Luccas "Paluh" Molina!

Paluh se junta a nós depois de um breve período com a BootKamp Gaming, onde conquistou o OGA Pit Season 1 - América Latina com um 3-0 limpo. O brasileiro de 18 anos é uma nova cara do cenário competitivo de Rainbow Six Siege, mas seu estilo de jogo agressivo o elevou aos mais altos níveis do jogo.

“Será um prazer fazer parte de uma organização dessa magnitude e jogar ao lado de alguns dos melhores jogadores do mundo. Pode ter certeza que darei meu máximo para buscar mais títulos não só para a Liquid, mas para o Brasil”
Luccas “Paluh” Molina

“Trazer o Paluh foi o resultado da busca por um jogador agressivo e com grande potencial, buscando trazer nosso DNA ofensivo de volta”
Rafael “Rafa” Queiroz

“Paluh veio pra reforçar em peso a função de entry e lurker. Um jogador bem inteligente, volátil e habilidoso, e uma das coisas que mais chamou-me a atenção foi a proatividade do mesmo”
André “Sensi” Kaneyasu

“Um jogador, que na minha visão, é a revelação deste ano! Veio das rankeds e hoje pode se tornar um dos melhores jogadores do mundo. Arrisco afirmar que ele é top 5 mundial e trará para o time um estilo de jogo bem agressivo!”
Adenauer “Silence” Alvarenga

Também gostaríamos de anunciar a saída de José "Bullet1" Victor. Bullet1 foi uma parte integrante do sucesso da equipe na Final da 7ª Temporada da Pro League, onde conquistamos o ouro. Apesar de agora seguirmos caminhos separados, sempre nos lembraremos de suas contribuições para o nosso time Rainbow Six Siege e desejamos a ele sorte no futuro.

Paluh se juntará ao time nos campeonatos o mais rápido possível, então fique ligado para não perder sua estreia pela Team Liquid. #EuSouLiquid

Translator // Jose Gimenez

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