It is quite literally a bomb that just dropped on the French Rainbow Six Siege esports scene, as Team Vitality have thanked their roster and have opted to replace them with Bastion "BiBoo" Dulac's line-up!

Here is a look back at the ex-Supremacy roster's history on Siege.

The story all began on console, as Florian "SangraL" Carubia, Florian "ZephiR" Perrot, Adrien "RaFale" Rutik, Martin "Spark" Eberhard and Bastien "BiBoo" Dulac led team Supremacy  to qualify to the very first Six Invitational in 2017 where the XBox line-up finished 3rd-4th. About a week after the event had come to an end, the organization announced they were switching to PC, and replaced "SangraL" by Grégory "Poseidon" Maisonneuve in the process.

A few months later, the team led by "BiBoo" achieved a remarkable second place at the Gamer's Assembly, falling only to Milleniumm (0-2 in the Winner Bracket Final, 1-2 in the Grand Final). A second very interesting offline result for Sy just a couple of weeks before more serious matters began.

It was time for Supremacy to show their worth in Year 2 Season 1 of Challenger League. Once again, they did not disappoint  and their second place granted them a spot in the following season of Pro League. Their first PC Pro League season ended well as they retained their spot in the competition by finishing fourth behind PENTA Sports, ENCE eSports and French team Millenium.

Shortly before the new season began, they announced the departure of Grégory "Poseidon" Maisonneuve which was promptly followed by the arrival of Bryan "Elemzje" Tebessi.

That change did unfortunately not have the desired effect as at the French team came 4th and 5-6th respectively at the Summer Challenger (Online event) and in Season 3 of Pro League. It pushed the roster to pursue a new change, this time welcoming Loïc "BriD" Chongthep from Lucky7.

November saw another Offline event take place for Supremacy, namely the 6CUP Paris, where they struggled to make an impact and got eliminated in the first round by a well-inspired Team Vitality.

The lack of competition at the end of 2018 allowed Supremacy to prepare for the Six Invitational 2018 of last february, at where the red and whites achieved a fine 5th-8th place.


It is via twitter that the news of the line-up's switch from Supremacy to Team Vitality was revealed. We salute the team's work in their now former organization, and wish them the best of luck under their new jersey!

This is how Team Vitality will line up from now on:

Florian "ZephiR" Perrot 
Adrien "RaFale" Rutik 
Martin "Spark" Eberhard 
Loïc "BriD" Chongthep 
Bastien "BiBoo" Dulac