Iceycat25, a prominent streamer and content creator in the Rainbow Six Siege community, has unfortunately passed away due to suicide. We got this news from kapdansghost, a fellow content creator in this community. He was also Iceycat25’s co-host on the Rainbow Six Radio podcast.
Iceycat25’s Podcast Co-Host Informed The Community Of His Passing
In a lengthy post on the podcast’s subreddit, kapdansghost informed their audience of this unfortunate incident.
“It is with a very heavy heart that I let you all know that Iceycat25 passed away this week from suicide.
I would be willing to bet that most if not all of us have been impacted by suicide. Whether it be our own struggles or someone we know and love. It is an undeniable pain, and I wish more than anything I did not have to be writing this to you.
I am 100% sure that Iceycat25 wanted to get through the challenges he was facing, but ultimately felt like there was no way out. Please, if you or someone you know is struggling, reach out to those around you or call the National Suicide Hotline at 1-800-273-8255. You are not alone,” he wrote.
Rainbow Six Siege Players Unite In Paying Tribute To Iceycat 25
Tributes poured in from across the Rainbow Six Siege Reddit community and elsewhere. Parker Mackay, aka Interro, a Rainbow Six Siege commentator, also offered his condolences on Twitter. “His videos were invaluable for those interested in Rainbow 6 Siege and undoubtedly helped our community develop a deeper love of the game.,” he wrote.
Iceycat25’s YouTube Guides About Rainbow Six Siege Helped Many Players
A quick glimpse at IceyCat’s YouTube channel gives a clear indication of his interest in the game. If there were any Rainbow Six Siege leaks, guides, walkthroughs or anything else that a player could be looking for, you could guarantee that Iceycat had a video about it.
Many Rainbow Six Siege players have called for developers Ubisoft to pay tribute to him in some way. Some are suggesting that they make a gun skin, or hide a reference to him in one of the game’s maps. In any case, it’s clear that he was a beloved figure among Rainbow Six Siege players. His friends, family and the game’s community will miss him.