MacieJay TSM Rainbow Six Siege

North American team TSM has announced their newest Rainbow Six Siege influencer. 29-year-old Maciej, also known as “MacieJay,” will represent TSM’s R6 community via his streams on both Twitch and YouTube. This news comes after they recently signed World of Warcraft member Josh “Xaryu” Lujan.

MacieJay has been playing Siege since its release back in December 2015. He currently has over 182,000 Twitter followers and 1.39 million subscribers on YouTube. As a result of posting his clips on sites like Reddit, he gained a large following and a Twitch partnership in July 2016. Now, all the hard work he put into streaming has led to this partnership with globally-recognized organization TSM.

TSM is thrilled to have him

In an official statement, TSM celebrated their new R6 influencer. “We’re just as excited to have another fantastic influencer flying the TSM banner, and we can’t wait to work with him to create quality content for our fans.” Besides streaming, MacieJay is also known for his off-meta strategies and way of thinking, “often showing the worth and value of lesser used operators.”

TSM recently hinted at their new member by asking their followers, “If we could sign one player of your choice, for any game, who would it be?” The tweet received over 11,000 likes and comments. Soon after, they posted their MacieJay announcement.

Good luck out there!

MacieJay also shared his own thoughts on this agreement with TSM. “I’m excited to have the support of TSM as I continue on as a content creator. No longer having to ride it out alone is an amazing feeling and I’m grateful to have such a big org backing me!”

Just yesterday, MacieJay was excited to tell Twitter that he had unintentionally played with Team Liquid. Today, he is finally able to tell his followers that he is officially a part of an esports team. Hopefully, MacieJay will only continue to excel as TSM’s newest Rainbow Six member.

Carly Soba
Digital artist, bunny mom, and avid League of Legends fan. I write about all sorts of things, mostly esports business deals, investments, and game coverage. I'm passionate about helping professional women succeed in the esports industry. Catch me on Twitter: @carlysoba

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