Matthew ‘Achieved’ Solomon is the Captain and Second Entry for TSM’s Rainbow Six Siege team, joining the organization in June 2019. Rainbow Six is the only game he has pursued competitively, having played and streamed it since 2016. Additionally, he has a large gaming background across numerous titles such as Ark, CoD, and Battlefield. He originally started playing on Xbox, but switched to PC to continue competing and chasing his dream of being a pro player. Achieved is a very calculated player, skilled with utility and well-known by many for his Buck gameplay.
Jason ‘Beaulo’ Doty joined TSM in June 2019 as a part of the organization’s first Rainbow Six Siege team. He is the team’s flex player, playing a wide variety of operators to fit whatever is needed for the map. Over the past few years, Beaulo became well known by many as a content creator, featuring his precise aim and overaggressive play on stream and YouTube while he could not officially compete due to age restrictions. His entry into the pro scene has come with a fair amount of hype, with many of his fans hoping to see him succeed in the Rainbow Six League.
Bryan ‘Merc’ Wrzek is the entry frag/roamer for TSM Rainbow Six Siege, signing with the organization in June 2019. At the time of his signing, he had been playing R6 competitively for a year and a half. Prior to R6, he spent the majority of his gaming time playing Call of Duty. Merc initially started competing in R6 on Xbox, even winning a few majors, but eventually made the switch to PC to continue playing in Challenger League. His primary strengths are adapting to the players around him, learning quickly how to set up his team up for good opportunities in game and playing well with his teammates.
Owen ‘Pojoman’ Mitura joined TSM Rainbow Six in June 2019. Originally, he signed on as the team’s coach, but took a player position in September of the same year. Pojoman has been lifelong FPS player, having played titles like Unreal Tournament and Counter-Strike all his life. He has been a part of the R6 pro scene before it even started, joining amateur competitive teams as a Support player prior to the start of the R6PL. He qualified for the pro league once it started, which he has been competing in for every season since.
Sam ‘Jarvis’ Jarvis joined TSM Rainbow Six at the start of September 2019. He is a long-time veteran, having been a pro player since Season 2 of the RLCS. In this time, Jarvis has made quite a reputation for himself - not only is he well known for his communication, defensive and offensive surveillance gadget use, and raw aim, many of the map-specific callouts used amongst professionals originated from Jarvis himself. Furthermore, he is an extremely refined player, being very skilled at using intel to make the most calculated plays, rarely needing to take risks and creating huge opportunities for his team. You can often catch him on his laid back stream where he runs around and have fun engagements in game while hanging out with the chat.