One new player and a new Analyst to help the team scale new heights.

BLEED esports have announced a few changes to their Rainbow Six Siege roster. The team has parted ways with Asphy and coach Brucezz following the team’s performance at the BLAST R6 Major Manchester. 

BLEED esports part ways with Asphy and Brucezz

Jay "Asphy" Wan and Zhang "BruceZz" Jinghe are no longer with BLEED esports as the team prepares for the upcoming season. With the Esports World Cup coming up soon, the team wants to be in top form for the preceding qualifiers and more. 

Brucez joined the team in March last year and was the team’s coach for most of the season in 2023. Earlier this year, he moved down to the Assistant coach position, allowing Julio to take on the role of the Head Coach. However, following the team’s results at the Manchester Major, which were below expectations - there have been changes to the team. 

Asphy was also part of the team from March last year and completes more than a year at BLEED esports this year. The 19-year-old Singaporean player was part of the BLEED esports during the BLAST R6 Major Atlanta as well as the Six Invitational earlier this year.

Leadr and Lenda join Bleed esports Rainbow Six Siege

Replacing the duo are Jake "Leadr" Fortunato and Lucas "Lenda" Diniz. Leadr joins the team as a player, hoping to take the team to new heights. Rainbow Six Siege is a very strategy-heavy game that requires excellent coordination between players. With new features and operators joining the game, it becomes imperative that the team has an excellent understanding of how they want to play the game. 

BLEED esports will want to qualify for the Esports World Cup that features the best Rainbow Six Siege teams in action. The tournament kicks off on July 31 and will continue for five days ending on August 4. It has a massive two million USD prize pool that puts it on par with some of the biggest tournaments in Rainbow Six Siege. 

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