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 : 2014-08-01

Cloud9 is a North American esports organisation currently fielding teams in Hearthstone, League of Legends, Smite, Super Smash Bros. Melee and Wii U, Heroes of the Storm, CS:GO, Overwatch, PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds, Fortnite, and Rocket League.


Originally acquired from compLexity Gaming, Cloud9's core Counter-Strike squad formerly consisted of most of the players originally of the compLexity team, which included shroud, SEMPHIS, Hiko, n0thing, and sgares. Etienne, the General Manager of C9, stated that he caught glimpse of the CS:GO scene at EMS One: Katowice 2014 and knew he wanted to hold a CS:GO team after seeing that event and eventually took up the opportunity to sign the former compLexity players, who placed in the 5-8 slot at the major. Throughout the years, many of the teammates that were from the original compLexity lineup left, leaving only shroud and n0thing as the last two members of the original lineup. This was until the 15th of August, 2017, when both shroud and n0thing were benched from the active roster, the two longest serving members of the squad. This leaves nobody from the original compLexity roster in the active lineup. Despite this, the team's main influences can still be linked back to the play style of the original compLexity roster.


ESL One: Cologne 2014[edit]

At ESL One: Cologne 2014, Cloud9 were placed in Group D, alongside Team Dignitas, Titan, and Australian fan favorites, Vox Eminor. Cloud9's opening match of the tournament was against the French side Titan on Dust II. The halftime score looked like there was no way back for Cloud9, after being 4:11 down. Amazingly, the Americans matched the same score as Titan and took the team to overtime. In overtime, Cloud9 clinched victory, by winning the second overtime with a final scoreline of 22-18. The group winners match was against Team Dignitas on Mirage. This game is now famous for Hiko's insane play during Cloud9's comeback on the CT side against the Danes, which caused caster Anders Blume to say his now famous catch phrase "Hiko are you kidding me?". With a final score of 16-14, the team had won their group for the second time at a Major, after having done so at DreamHack Winter 2013 the previous year. In the quarter-finals, there opponents were Swedish team Ninjas in Pyjamas. They would face off on a gripping three map series, on Nuke, Dust II and Cobblestone. Cloud9 won the first map on Nuke 16-8, in what was considered to be an upset score by many fans, as NiP was known at the time for their dominance on the map. Now in the second game, strong performances from Xizt and shroud kept the game neck and neck, but in the end the Ninjas prevailed, and won the map 16-14. Momentum now on their side, NiP ultimately powered through to winning the series, after another close match, with again a final score of 14-16. Ninjas in Pyjamas went on to win the Major against Fnatic in the grand finals.

DreamHack Winter 2014[edit]

After Cologne, Cloud9's results started to decline. At the next Major, DreamHack Winter 2014, the team were placed in Group A, alongside opponents Fnatic, HellRaisers, and Bravado Gaming. Initially, Cloud9 were touted to emerge victorious from the group but a shock performance from CIS-based team HellRaisers prevented this, defeating Cloud9 on Inferno 16-5 and Swedish favourites Fnatic 16-14 on Mirage. Now 0-1, Cloud9 played South African newcomers Bravado Gaming on Cache. Cloud9 looked strong and closed out the match 16-1. In the elimination match, the Americans once again faced Fnatic, and finally met their demise after a final score of 5-16 on Dust II.

After the Major and other shaky results, for example the ESEA Season 17 Finals where the team placed 5th-6th, it was clear some roster changes were needed. As a result, on December 14th, ShahZaM was acquired from Denial eSports to replace Hiko.

Summer of 2015[edit]

In April 2015, the team released SEMPHIS and ShahZaM and signed Skadoodle from iBUYPOWER and also signed fREAKAZOiD. In the summer of 2015, Cloud9 hit a run of good form, with wins over EnVyUs in multiple BO3 upsets and other strong results throughout the summer, which led them to second place finishes at the ESL ESEA Pro League Season 1 Finals, ESWC 2015 and the FACEIT 2015 Stage 2 Finals. Later that year in November, seang@res stepped down from the lineup following internal issues with the team; he would later join Torqued which went on to become the first roster of Rick Fox's Echo Fox.

Beginning of 2016[edit]

In January, the team controversially picked up Stewie2K. During this time n0thing would be the in-game leader for the team. The team also picked up Irukandji to coach and prepare the team for the upcoming Major, MLG Columbus 2016; however, due to his prior commitments with dentistry school Irukandji was unable to attend the Major itself. The team scrapped through the qualifier with a loss to Gambit and two narrow victories over Dignitas and Renegades. During the Major, the team did quite poorly with crushing defeats of 9-16 and 3-16 to Natus Vincere and G2 Esports respectively. Shortly after the Major fREAKAZOiD stepped down from the active roster and later joined Echo Fox after some inactivity. Now with an open slot on the roster, Cloud9 began trialing potential new 5th players. One of the more notable players that were trialed during this period was adreN of Team Liquid. Eventually, the new in-game leader of Cloud9 was found, Slemmy from Without a Roof.

autimatic Transfer and Championship Win[edit]

After the first season of ELEAGUE, Irukandji left as the team's coach. Only a couple weeks after, Slemmy asked to be removed from the active roster. Cloud9 later acquired autimatic and valens from TSM as their replacements. valens became more of a psychologist for the team and helped solve some internal problems the team were having and helped boost the confidence of the team. These acquisitions payed off, as the team's performance unexpectedly and immediately took an upward turn, with a 3rd-4th finish at StarLadder's StarSeries Season 2 finals, second at Dreamhack Bucharest and another second-place finish at Northern Arena Toronto. As well as this, Cloud9 had an impressive near flawless run in the online season of ESL Pro League, only dropping one map to former Cloud9 leader seangares' Echo Fox. Despite their great showing in the online portion, Cloud9 were not favoured to do well at the offline finals, with opponents such as dignitas, NiP, FaZe and SK in their group. Despite this, Cloud9 made it past the group stage, with a result of 4-1, losing only to SK. In the playoffs, Cloud9 blitzed through OpTic in the quarter finals, and later defeating mousesports in the semi-finals, without dropping a map to either opponent. In the grand finals, Cloud9 met SK once again, the only team who Cloud9 had lost to in the tournament. The first map ended in overtime after a 2-13 comeback by SK on Overpass. Despite this setback, Cloud9 won both the second and third maps easily, surprising many with their amazing performance.
Cloud9's win marked the first win at an international premier tournament by a North American team in 10 years, the last of which being done by compLexity at CPL Summer in 2006.

Summer of 2017[edit]

Following the win at ESL Pro League Season 4, the team struggled with leadership as both autimatic and Stewie2k would switch the IGL role constantly. Eventually, the role was given to Stewie2k to allow autimatic to focus more on his fragging in the game. During this time of IGL switching the team struggled to get past many group stages of tournaments, but once Stewie2k was permanently set as the IGL the team were able to break their curse by achieving a 3rd-4th finish at the ECS Season 3 Finals, winning over Fnatic 16-8 and getting an upset victory at 19-15 over Astralis to make the playoffs, before losing to FaZe Clan in the semi-finals. The week after, they finished with a 3-1 record at the PGL Krakow Major Qualifier, earning their first major spot since MLG Columbus 2016. Their second place finish at ESL One: Cologne 2017 put Cloud9 in the spotlight, projecting them as one of the best teams going into the Major.

End of an Era[edit]

Despite showing promise at the ECS Season 3 Finals by reaching the semi-finals and placing 2nd at ESL One: Cologne 2017, the team placed 9th-11th at PGL Major Kraków 2017, marking yet another Major group stage exit. Following the poor result, Cloud9 benched its two longest serving players, n0thing and shroud, and replaced them with former OpTic Gaming duo, RUSH and tarik. After these changes, tarik begins to in-game lead, after showing motivation towards picking up the role. [1]

A Major Success Story[edit]

After months of inconsistency, the team qualified for the ELEAGUE Boston Major in the New Challengers Stage, where they swept through the Swiss stage 3-0. The New Legends Stage would not go as smoothly with the team immediately going down 0-2. On a limb, Cloud9 sent Virtus Pro, Astralis, and Vega Squadron packing, pulling off a reverse sweep to continue on to the New Champions Stage with a 3-2 record. In Quarter-Finals, Cloud9 faced off against G2 and easily disposed of the team in in a 2-0 fashion. The Americans met their Brazillian rivals SK Gaming in the Semi-Finals, with the series stretching a full three maps, but ultimately landing easily in Cloud9's favor. Making it to the Grand Finals after an epic run, the Americans came up against FaZe Clan, a team considered by many at the time to be the best in the world. A hard fought map on Mirage finished 14-16 in favor of FaZe, showing the Americans would not go down easily without a fight. The next map Overpass was again a brutally fought map before Cloud9 eventually took it 16-10. The final map to determine the Major Champion was Inferno. A monster performance from GuardiaN lead to FaZe gaining match point at 15-11, seemingly guaranteeing a victory for the Europeans. However, heroic plays from both tarik and Stewie2K forced the final map into overtime in the final map. In overtime, Cloud9 swept through the first three rounds easily, but were immediately countered with three immediate round losses in the subsequent half, forcing the final map into double overtime. In double overtime, the team eventually pulled through, defeating FaZe 22-19 and becoming the first North American team to win a Major.[2]

Post-Major Struggles[edit]

This magical run would not last for long though, as the team stumbled, only making it to the Grand Finals of cs_summit 2. The limited success lead to Jacky "Stewie2K" Yip departing the team to join SK Gaming. Cloud9 called upon compLexity in-game leader Pujan "FNS" Mehta to lead the team and fill the vacancy left by Stewie2K's departure, but was later transfer listed shortly after due to differences between his playing style and the rest of the team. The longest standing member at the time, Skadoodle announced he would be taking a break, leaving yet another hole from the most recent major champions to fill, although he later decided to stay after improved performance. Amidst continued poor performance, Martin "STYKO" Styk from mousesports was loaned to replace FNS with tarik now in-game leading, although the Turkish-American powerhouse would leave the team to follow Stewie2K on MIBR. After being benched by Fnatic, Maikil "Golden" Selim joined mousesports loanee STYKO as stand-ins for several events in the summer competitions of 2018. Golden would go on to sign as a full-time member of the team, and STYKO would eventually be sent back to mousesports' bench when Cloud9 decided to acquire three-time major champion Robin "flusha" Rönnquist from Fnatic's bench. However, Skadoodle would eventually go inactive again, thus stepping down from playing Competitive CS:GO - which he had planned to do earlier in the year. After this, Cloud9 replaced the American sniper with the former EnVyUs and FaZe player, Fabien "kioShiMa" Fiey. Not long after, Golden fell ill and was unable to travel to tournaments, which saw Cloud9 attend events with different stand-in players including Ismail "refrezh" Ali, the young rifler, who is now on the OpTic Gaming roster. Another name is Jordan "Zellsis" Montemurro. Originally coming from Swole Patrol, Zellsis was later listed as Coach for IEM Katowice 2019 in case Golden was able to travel again.

It was after Katowice that Cloud9 would go on to make more roster changes by seeing off flusha whom went on to take a break from playing, later followed by stand-in Zellsis also being released. Cloud9 were rumoured to have been additionally replacing kioShiMa in the process but chose to keep him to keep their "Challengers" spot at the following major. They were also in talks with other Scandinavian talents such as mousesports' Miikka "suNny" Kemppi and the OpTic duo of Kristian "k0nfig" Wienecke and Jakob "JUGi" Hansen but all deals fell through. Following Rogue's plans to disband their team, Daniel "vice" Kim was acquired on trial which also saw former Team 3D player, Ronald "Rambo" Kim make his coaching role official in the team after standing behind the squad in the first few tournaments of 2019.


Player Roster[edit]


Active Squad
ID Name Join Date
United States autimatic Timothy Ta 2016-08-17 [16]
United States RUSH Will Wierzba 2017-08-15 [17]
Sweden Golden Maikil Selim 2018-08-08 [30] [36]
France kioShiMa Fabien Fiey 2018-11-17 [34]
United States vice (Trial) Daniel Kim 2019-03-23 [39]
United States Rambo (Coach) Ronald Kim 2019-03-22 [38]


Inactive Players
ID Name Join Date Inactive Date
United States Skadoodle Tyler Latham 2015-04-29 [8] [23] 2018-10-16 [33]


Former Players
ID Name Join Date
Inactive Date Leave Date New Team
United States valens (Coach) Soham Chowdhury 2017-02-03 2019-03-22 [38] Cloud9 (Head of Data Science)
United States Zellsis (Trial) Jordan Montemurro 2018-12-29 [35] 2019-03-04 [37] Swole Patrol
Sweden flusha Robin Rönnquist 2018-09-25 [32] 2019-03-03 [36]
Slovakia STYKO (Loan)
Martin Styk 2018-08-09 [27] [31] 2018-09-25 [32] mousesports (Inactive)
Canada FNS Pujan Mehta 2018-04-02 [22] 2018-05-26 [26] 2018-07-25 [29] eUnited
United States tarik Tarik Celik 2017-08-15 [17] 2018-07-12 [28] MIBR
United States n0thing Jordan Gilbert 2014-08-01 [3] 2017-08-15 [17] 2018-05-07 [17][25] Old Guys Club
United States Stewie2K Jacky Yip 2016-01-11 [10] 2018-03-30 [20][21] SK Gaming
Canada shroud Michael Grzesiek 2014-08-01 [3] 2017-08-15 [17] 2017-08-15[18] Cloud9 (Streamer)
United States Slemmy Alec White 2016-04-23 [14] 2016-12-28 [16] Selfless Gaming
United States Irukandji (Coach) Andrew Timmerman 2016-03-24 [11] 2016-07-26 [15]
United States fREAKAZOiD Ryan Abadir 2015-04-29 [8] 2016-05-19 [40] Echo Fox
United States sgares Sean Gares 2014-08-01 [3] 2015-11-24 [9] Torqued
Canada SEMPHIS Kory Friesen 2014-08-01 [3] 2015-04-24 [7] Nihilum Gaming
United States ShahZaM Shahzeb Khan 2014-12-14 [6] 2015-04-24 [7] Tempo Storm
United States Hiko Spencer Martin 2014-08-01 [3] 2014-12-14 [6] GX
Temporary stand-ins
ID Name Replacing ID Name Tournament(s)
Denmark refrezh   Ismail Ali
Sweden Golden Maikil Selim BLAST Pro Series BLAST Pro Series: Lisbon 2018
United States valens  
Soham Chowdhury
Sweden Golden Maikil Selim ECS Season 6 Finals
United States valens  
Soham Chowdhury
Sweden Golden Maikil Selim BLAST Pro Series BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen 2018 (vs. Na`Vi & MIBR)
ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season 8 - North America (Week 4)
France kioShiMa   Fabien Fiey
BLAST Pro Series BLAST Pro Series Copenhagen 2018
ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season 8 - North America (Week 4)
Slovakia STYKO  
Martin Styk
ESL One ESL One: Cologne 2018
Sweden Golden  
Maikil Selim
United States Skadoodle  
Tyler Latham
Esports Championship Series Season 5 - North America (Week 3)
ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season VII (Week 5)
United States Ian (Coach) 
Ian Huston
United States valens Soham Chowdhury DreamHack DreamHack Open Denver 2017
United States valens  
Soham Chowdhury
United States autimatic Timothy Ta ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season VI (vs. SK Gaming)
Canada shroud  
Michael Grzesiek
United States autimatic Timothy Ta ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season VI (vs. Counter Logic Gaming)
United States swag   Braxton Pierce
United States autimatic Timothy Ta ESL One ESL One: New York 2017 - North America Qualifier
United States swag  
Braxton Pierce
United States Skadoodle Tyler Latham GSL Global eSports Cup - Season 1 - NA Group Stage
United States valens  
Soham Chowdhury
United States Skadoodle Tyler Latham ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season V (Week 4)
SLTV StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 3 - Americas (vs. Renegades)
United States adreN  
Eric Hoag
CEVO CEVO Season 9 Professional - Qualifier #3 [13]
United States Irukandji  
Andrew Timmerman
United States fREAKAZOiD Ryan Abadir ESL Pro League ESL Pro League Season III
United States Irukandji (Coach)  Andrew Timmerman
IBP iBUYPOWER Invitational 2016 - Spring
United States FugLy  
Jacob Medina
ELEAGUE ELEAGUE Road to Vegas - North America Closed Qualifier
United States swag  
Braxton Pierce
United States sgares Sean Gares RGN RGN Pro Series
United States Toy   David Han
United States fREAKAZOiD Ryan Abadir CEVO CEVO Season 7: Professional - North America (vs. vVv Gaming)
United States desi  
Derek Branchen
United States Skadoodle Tyler Latham FACEIT FACEIT League 2015 Stage 3 - North America (vs. Winterfox & CLG)
United States desi   Derek Branchen
United States fREAKAZOiD Ryan Abadir FACEIT FACEIT League 2015 Stage 2 - North America (vs. Nihilum & CLG)
United States Lopez   Jordan Lopez
United States n0thing Jordan Gilbert FACEIT FACEIT League 2015 Stage 1 - North America (vs. eLevate)
United States flowsicK  
Kyle Mendez
United States n0thing Jordan Gilbert FACEIT FACEIT League 2015 Stage 1 - North America (vs. Mythic)
United States stunna  
Tres Saranthus
United States ShahZaM Shahzeb Khan CEVO CEVO Season 6: Professional - North America



ID Name Position Join Date
United States Jack Jack Etienne General Manager/Owner
Sweden calle Calle Danielsson Video Producer
Brazil Portilho Mateus Portilho Social Media Manager 2017-10-09 [41]
United States Jonathan Tran Team Manager
United States Gaylen Gaylen Malone General Manager
United States valens Soham Chowdhury Head of Data Science 2019-03-22 [38]


Former Organization
ID Name Position Join Date Leave Date New Organization
Canada David David Denis Psychology Trainer 2016-??-?? 2019-01-12 [42]
United States Danan Danan Flander General Manager 201?-??-?? 2018-10-17 [43]
Canada shroud Michael Grzesiek Streamer (backup player) 2017-08-15 [17] [18] 2018-04-18 [24]
United States JamezIRL James Macaulay Analyst 2015-09-08 2017-??-?? Adaptation
United States swag Braxton Pierce Streamer 2015-04-29 [8] 2017-??-?? [44] GX
United States stunna Tres Saranthus Manager 2014-08-01 [3] 2016-07-26 [45] GX



Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2018-01-28 A11st A1Premier ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 2 : 1 $500,000
2017-11-12 A11st A2Major iBUYPOWER Masters 2017 2 : 0 $50,000
2017-10-22 A11st A2Major DreamHack Open Denver 2017 2 : 0 $50,000
2017-10-12 A33rd - 4th A1Premier ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier 2017 1 : 2 $70,000
2017-07-09 A22nd A1Premier ESL One: Cologne 2017 0 : 3 $40,000
2017-06-25 A33rd - 4th A1Premier Esports Championship Series Season 3 - Finals 0 : 2 $65,000
2017-06-11 A11st A2Major Americas Minor Championship - Kraków 2017 2 : 1 $30,000
2016-10-30 A11st A1Premier ESL Pro League Season 4 - Finals 2 : 1 $200,000
2015-11-15 A11st A1Premier iBUYPOWER Cup 2 : 1 $65,000
2015-07-05 A22nd A1Premier ESL ESEA Pro League Season 1 - Finals 1 : 3 $60,000
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Highlight videos[edit]


  1. Professeur (2017-08-30). "Autimatic: tarik seemed very motivated". HLTV.
  2. List of CS:GO Major Championships
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 Jack Etienne (2014-08-01). "Cloud9 HyperX Reloads With Counter-Strike: Global Offensive". Cloud9.
  4. Luis "MIRAA" Mira (2014-08-01). "Official: Cloud9 sign coL".
  5. Tomi "lurppis" Kovanen (2014-11-26). "n0thing: "sgares is calling again"".
  6. 6.0 6.1 6.2 Michal "stich" Malachowski (2014-12-14). "Cloud9 adds ShahZam; Hiko out".
  7. 7.0 7.1 7.2 Luis "MIRAA" Mira (2015-04-24). "Cloud9 release ShahZaM, SEMPHIS".
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 Luis "MIRAA" Mira (2015-04-29). "Cloud9 sign Skadoodle, fREAKAZOiD".
  9. 9.0 9.1 Tres "stunna" Saranthus (2015-11-24). "Sean Gares Steps Down from CS:GO Starting Lineup". Cloud9.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Tres "stunna" Saranthus (2016-01-11). "Cloud9 CS:GO Adds Stewie2k!".
  11. 11.0 11.1 Milan "Striker" Švejda (2016-03-24). "C9: Not satisfied with Summer 2015".
  12. Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert (2016-05-15). "C9 n0thing: "We still don't know why fREAKAZOiD left"". ESEA.
  13. 13.0 13.1 Tres "stunna" Saranthus (2016-04-12). "fREAKAZOiD Departs Starting CS:GO Roster". Cloud9.
  14. 14.0 14.1 Tres "stunna" Saranthus (2016-04-23). "Cloud9 CS:GO Welcomes Alec "Slemmy" White!". Cloud9.
  15. 15.0 15.1 "Cloud9 ESEA Roster History". ESEA. 2016-07-26.
  16. 16.0 16.1 16.2 Danan Flander (2016-08-17). "Slemmy Steps Down; autimatic to Cloud9 CS:GO". Cloud9.
  17. 17.0 17.1 17.2 17.3 17.4 17.5 17.6 John Nomis (2017-08-15). "Cloud9 Acquires RUSH, tarik as ESL One: NY Qualifiers Begin". Cloud9.
  18. 18.0 18.1 18.2 Michael "shroud" Grzesiek (2017-08-15).
  19. Milan "Striker" Švejda (2018-03-30). "Skadoodle announces inactivity".
  20. 20.0 20.1 Luis "MIRAA" Mira (2018-03-30). "Cloud9 confirm Stewie2K exit".
  21. 22.0 22.1 "We would like to welcome our newest #C9CSGO memeber, @FNS !". Cloud9. 2018-04-02.
  22. 23.0 23.1 Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham (2018-04-11). "Oh btw skadaddy is BACK BABY".
  23. 24.0 24.1 Michael "shroud" Grzesiek (2018-04-18). "Here is to new beginnings.".
  24. 25.0 25.1 Nathan Fusco (2018-05-07). "n0thing's Contract With Cloud9 Has Ended". DBLTap.
  25. 26.0 26.1 John Nomis (2018-05-26). "Cloud9 announces FNS to inactive CSGO roster". Cloud9.
  26. 27.0 27.1 Luis "MIRAA" Mira (2018-07-01). "STYKO to fill in for Cloud9 at ESL One Cologne".
  27. 28.0 28.1 John Nomis (2018-07-12). "Cloud9 Bids Farewell to tarik". Cloud9.
  28. 29.0 29.1 Pujan "FNS" Mehta (2018-07-25). "As of today, I'm a free agent.".
  29. 30.0 30.1 John Nomis (2018-08-08). "Cloud9 Signs GOLDEN to CSGO Roster". Cloud9.
  30. 31.0 31.1 John Nomis (2018-08-09). "Cloud9 Extends STYKO Through September". Cloud9.
  31. 32.0 32.1 32.2 John Nomis (2018-09-25). "Cloud9 CS:GO Sign flusha, Release STYKO". Cloud9.
  32. 33.0 33.1 John Nomis (2018-10-16). "Skadoodle Stepping Back From Competitive CS:GO". Cloud9.
  33. 34.0 34.1 John Nomis (2018-11-17). "Cloud9 CS:GO Welcomes kioShiMa". Cloud9.
  34. 35.0 35.1 John Nomis (2018-12-29). "Cloud9 Welcome Zellsis For CS:GO Trial". Cloud9.
  35. 36.0 36.1 36.2 John Nomis (2019-03-02). "Cloud9 Announces Return of Golden, Departure of Flusha". Cloud9.
  36. 37.0 37.1 John Nomis (2019-03-02). "Thank You, Zellsis". Cloud9.
  37. 38.0 38.1 38.2 38.3 Mnmzzz (2019-03-22). "Rambo silently assumes head coach role on Cloud9".
  38. 39.0 39.1 Cloud9 (2019-03-23). "Please join us in welcoming Daniel @vice_cs Kim to #C9CSGO on trial as our fifth!".
  39. Ryan "fREAKAZOiD" Abadir (2016-05-19). "Thanks to Cloud9 for the opportunity and memories.".
  40. Mateus "Portilho" Portilho (2017-10-09). "Glad to announce I'm now part of the @Cloud9 Family! ߷".
  41. David Denis (2019-01-12). "@Cloud9 and myself are parting ways.".
  42. Danan Flander (2018-10-17). "Had to keep this under wraps for a while now, but it's official. Super excited to make awesome things happen with the Warriors; 2019 is going to be insane.".
  43. swag (2017-07-12). "Brax's Contract with C9".
  44. Danan "Danan" Flander (2016-07-26). "stunna Departs from Cloud9". Cloud9.