DarkZero Finalise R6S Roster With Nafe

10 Dec 2023
Tit Krajnik 10 Dec 2023
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  • On Saturday, December 9, 2023, DarkZero Esports announced the signing of Nathan "Nafe" Sharp
  • The former MNM Gaming player joins DarkZero as the second signing of the offseason
  • With Nafe, DarkZero finalised its Rainbow Six Siege roster
DarkZero Finalise R6S Roster With Nafe
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On Saturday, December 9, DarkZero Esports announced the arrival of former MNM Gaming player Nathan "Nafe" Sharp. The 22-year-old Brit is the second addition to DarkZero Rainbow Six Siege esports roster this month and the final missing piece of the lineup.

DarkZero Esports had quite a busy offseason, needing to find two replacements following the departure of Gaven "Gaveni" Black and Jason "Ryce" Ngo, who left the team following the conclusion of BLAST R6 Major Atlanta. However, the North American esports team didn't need long to find replacements.

On Sunday, December 3, Darkzero revealed the signing of Jason "Beaulo" Doty, who stepped out of retirement to sign with the NA squad. The former TSM member was last seen competing at Six Jönköping Major 2022; however, he made the decision to re-enter the scene by signing with one of the top North American R6S teams.

Less than a week later, DarkZero found the second and final missing piece in Nafe. He was officially announced as the newest member on Saturday, rounding up DarkZero's R6S roster for the 2024 season.

An Experienced Player Joins

Nafe started his Rainbow Six Siege career in 2019 when he signed for MNM Gaming before leaving the team to join CR4ZY, with who he competed in the Challenger League Season 11. Yet even that stint didn't last for long, as Nafe was called back into MNM Gaming in June 2020.

The British player won the Challenger League 2020 and came just one game away from helping the team earn promotion to the European top-flight.

In March 2021, Nafe joined Natus Vincere. He helped the team win European League 2021 - Stage 1 and claim a bronze medal from the European League 2021 – Finals. At the start of 2022, Nafe represented NaVi at the Six Invitational 2022 but eventually returned to MNM Gaming, with who he spent the entire 2023 season.

With MNM Gaming, Nafe hasn't won any major events, but he left a mark at BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen 2023 (fifth-sixth) and won two lesser tournaments, including Japan Invitational – 2023 and R6 Central Combine.

Despite his lack of accomplishments in the 2023 season, Nafe joins DarkZero Esports as an exciting addition and possibly the final piece of the puzzle DarkZero need to re-emerge as North America's strongest Rainbow Six Siege team.