Aus dem League-of-Legends-Team Team NomNom im Januar 2013 hervorgegangen, hat die Organisation inzwischen in einer Vielzahl von Disziplinen erfolgreiche Spieler unter Vertrag. [56] They would end the regular season in 2nd with an 11–7 record behind reigning NA LCS champions Team Liquid. Since 2013, Cloud9 has become one of the most recognizable esports organizations in the world. [7] Hai shifted from jungle to mid, and the team tried out new junglers and top laners in online competitions. Organisation und Team trennten sich kurz darauf. Im Juli 2017 erreichte er das Finale der von Blizzard Entertainment organisierten Hearthstone Spring Championship. 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Nach den Season 5 World Championship zog sich auch LemonNation aus den Aktiven Roster zurück und belegte eine Managementposition im Team. In the 2016 LCS Season, Cloud9 finished 3rd in the Spring Split regular season with a record of 12-6. [74] While originally stated that the 2020 player roster would remain together going into the 2021 season,[75] it was later announced on October 19 that top laner Eric "Licorice" Ritchie would be removed from the team and be replaced by Cloud9 Academy top laner Ibrahim "Fudge" Allami. Im Folgemonat wurde die Abteilung in das Cloud 9 Vortex-Team und das Cloud 9 Maelstrom-Team gespalten. Cloud9 (C9) is an American professional esports organization based in Los Angeles, California. Along with the recent acquisition of Licorice as their new top-laner, Cloud9 also signed a replacement jungler, Svenskeren (formerly of Team SoloMid). Since Cloud9’s original debut in the competitive CS:GO scene in 2014, they have seen great victories and endured the ebb and flow of the ever-changing and adapting competitive nature. [11] Auch in den folgenden zwei Wochen erreichte Cloud 9 beim Electronic Sports World Cup 2015 im kanadischen Montreal und auf der DreamHack Valencia 2015 den zweiten Platz.[12][13]. [117] During the Group C group stage match against AF.Blue on February 14, 2017, multiple times during that match Cloud 9 would win fights but lose the overall round due to focusing on scoring kills against enemy players over controlling the match objective. During the off-season, the Cloud9 Challenger roster, including Balls, LemonNation, Hai, and Altec was purchased by Wes Edens, owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, and rebranded as team FlyQuest. In the Quarterfinals, Cloud9 was paired against Afreeca Freecs, who they defeated 3-0, making Cloud9 the first North American team that had made the semi-finals of a World Championship since the Season One World Championship. Cloud9 played European team Fnatic in the Semifinals, a series that was coined "The Battle of the West", in which Cloud9 lost 0–3 to place in 3rd-4th place. In the tournament, they faced off against Team Gravity, Team Impulse and Team Liquid. [82][83][84], On April 24, 2015, Cloud9 released ShahZam and Kory "Semphis" Friesen. [7] However, Cloud9 was knocked out of the tournament in the group stage after losing to Azure Gaming and future LCS team Team MRN in a close base race.[7]. [126] They have since changed their roster of players to swap two of their players for the upcoming season. [120] On February 15, 2018, the European Overwatch Contenders team was announced as the British Hurricane.[121]. [114] On March 31, 2018, Tafokints announced he was departing the organization to join Counter Logic Gaming as their business development manager. Their first international match was against the top European seed, Fnatic. [21] Weiterhin spielten E-Sportler in der Spielereihe Halo und in Smite für die Organisation. Dignitas went on to shut out Cloud9 4–0 in game 4. [104] On September 19, Cloud9 acquired William "⁠mezii⁠" Merriman from GamerLegion and Özgür "⁠woxic⁠" Eker from mousesports. Cloud9 (C9) is an American professional esports organization based in Los Angeles, California. Neben einem weiteren Achtelfinaleinzug bei den League of Legends World Championship und einem dritten Platz bei den ESL Intel Extreme Masters World Championships, feierte das Lineup einen ersten und einen zweiten Platz bei den League Championship Series. [43], In the Summer Split Cloud9 finished the regular season in 4th place with a 12–6 record. 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[36] Rush then announced he was leaving Cloud9 Challenger and returning to his home in South Korea, to stream and look for opportunities on a Korean team. [103] On September 10, Alex "⁠ALEX⁠" McMeekin signed a three-year contract with Cloud9. Cloud9 went 3–3 in the group and earned the second seed from their group and a spot in quarterfinals. [1] In kurzer Zeit schloss das Team auf die Weltspitze auf. Im Januar 2020 verpflichtete die Organisation das ehemalige Team vom Clan ATK. On May 17, C9 placed first at the 2013 MLG Winter Championship Summer Promotion, defeating Velocity esports 2–1 in the finals. [129], Cloud9 announced its entry to Valorant on April 12, 2020 by signing its first player TenZ on the Valorant roster. Im Jahr 2016 verpflichtete sich Cloud9 im Januar Jake „Stewie2k“ Yip und im Oktober Timothy „autimatic“ Ta. [99][100] A month later, on January 6, 2020, Cloud9 signed the South African team ATK's CS:GO roster. On January 15, 2020, after a long period of uncertainty of whether he would stay with the roster or with the organization, Sneaky announced that he would be leaving Cloud9 to pursue an independent streaming career. [15] The players continued to play under the Cloud9 name until the new roster was completely formed. Quantic Gaming was an esports team and media company founded in 2010 by Simon Boudreault, a Quebec native who had come upon a large inheritance upon the death of his father and decided to invest nearly all of it in esports. We are excited to announce our dream team, composed of: A Cloud9 está de volta ao Fortnite!", "The First #RECPack Expansion of 2019 is here!!! [5] After Lone Star Clash in November 2012, members of Orbit Gaming signed with Quantic Gaming, which had only been sponsoring a StarCraft II team. In game 4 Gimmick scored a clutch goal with 1:20 remaining to take a 3–1 lead and win to go up 3–1 in the series. [119] On November 1, 2017 the name of Cloud9's Overwatch franchise was announced as the London Spitfire. Team Liquid's Eric "adreN" Hoag was subsequently announced as a temporary stand-in,[88] playing for Cloud9 until Alec "Slemmy" White was announced as the official replacement on April 23. Januar 2013 in Cloud 9 um. After Worlds, Cloud9 beat Alliance in a 2–1 victory and crushing Unicorns of Love 3–0 to win IEM Season IX San Jose, becoming the best team from the two western regions for the third time. [53] Despite these results, rookie top-laner Licorice won Rookie of the Split. [21], On October 29, the organization announced the departure of coach Alex Penn and the addition of Dan Dinh as Penn's replacement.[22]. [47] Cloud9 was placed in Group B alongside Brazil's Team oNe eSports and Oceania's Dire Wolves. The new roster debuted at IEM X Cologne, where they lost 2–1 to H2K and were eliminated. In the second half of the split they went 8–0 run, after Jensen and Sneaky rejoined the starting roster and Blaber replaced Svenskeren as jungler. [96][97] shroud officially retired from competitive play and left Cloud9 on April 18. [131], Learn how and when to remove these template messages, Learn how and when to remove this template message, 2013 MLG Winter Championship Summer Promotion, "Cloud9 reveals 4-player Apex Legends roster", "Cloud9 are the first ever Heroes of the Storm world champions", "After owner's mysterious disappearance, an esports team collapses", "The history and formation of Cloud 9 - Part 1 of the Cloud 9 story", "Formerly Known TSM_Jack is now the manager of Cloud9! However, just a few weeks later the roster would once again become Cloud9 with previous TSM manager Jack Etienne becoming the manager and owner of the team. In December 2013, Cloud9 joined four other North American LCS teams at the Battle of the Atlantic, facing European champions Fnatic for the second time. Initially, Nientonsoh said that Cloud9 would disband in light of the loss. Cloud9 was placed in Group A in the Group Stage, which included reigning 3-time World Champions SKT Telecom T1, China's Summer Split Champion Edward Gaming, and Taiwan's AHQ e-Sports Club. So konnten unter Cloud 9 alle beteiligten Spieler zu Jahresende 2014 zusammen ein Preisgeld von etwa einer Million US-Dollar verbuchen. Im Oktober 2014 entstand die Abteilung Heroes of the Storm. [94][95] On March 31, Cloud9's main AWPer, Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham, announced on Twitter that he was taking a break from professional play. In December, Incarnati0n announced he was changing his gamer name to his real name, Jensen. They finished their season with a 30–3 record, the second highest in LCS history with a 91% win rate. Cloud9 also formed a Challenger Series roster with Balls, Rush, Hai, Altec, and LemonNation. [102] The next day, Cloud9 unveiled their new general manager Henry "⁠HenryG⁠" Greer and new coach Aleksandar "⁠kassad⁠" Trifunović. In the second week, they only needed one win to move on to the next round of the tournament. [90] On August 17, Cloud9 announced that they were replacing Slemmy with Timothy "autimatic" Ta. They ended as runners-up in the league, losing to TSM in the 2017 Spring Split Finals in a tight 5 game series. [71] They finished the regular season in 2nd place, behind Team Liquid, with a 13-5 record. Cloud 9 gründete für den 2016 Summer Split das Schwesterteam Cloud 9 Challenger, die in der darunterliegenden Liga (Challenger Series) mit den Ehemaligen LemonNation, Hai und Altec spielte. In the Summer Promotion Qualifier for the League Championship Series, Cloud9 went 5–0 to earn a spot in the 2013 LCS Summer Split, beating Team Astral Poke 2–0, and former LCS team compLexity 3–0. In the 2014 LCS Season, they equaling their previous 13 win streak record and finished first place for the Spring Split regular season. Despite their strong domestic performance all year, Cloud9 finished 2–4 in the group, failing to advance to the knockout stage and earning 12th place. On the 10th of June 2020, Cloud9 announced their departure from Rocket League.[122]. August 2014 übernahm Cloud 9 die Spieler von compLexity. Cloud9 (kurz: C9) ist eine US-amerikanische E-Sport-Organisation. November 2020 um 13:24 Uhr bearbeitet. [10] Das Team erreichte beim ESL One Cologne 2014 das Achtelfinale und sicherte ein Preisgeld von 10.000 $. Shortly after the event on April 12, it was announced that fREAKAZOiD would be leaving the team. 2015 machte C9 erstmals bei den Dota 2 Asia Championships 2015 mit einem Top-6-Ergebnis auf sich aufmerksam. [16] Bereits kurze Zeit danach schaffte das neue Team die Qualifikation zum Intel Extreme Masters in Katowice 2020. Nach einem enttäuschenden Spring Split 2018, wo sie im Viertelfinale ausschieden, belegte Cloud 9 im Summer Split 2018 in der Hinrunde zwischenzeitlich den letzten Platz, konnte sich jedoch in einer starken Rückrunde und Playoffs, ins Finale der NA LCS qualifizieren, wo sie jedoch gegen Team Liquid 0:3 verloren. On April 28, Hai suffered a collapsed lung, which prevented him from attending the All-Star event in Paris. Cloud9 followed up with a 2–0 win over Dignitas to win the first of two series‘ 4–1. Welcome Lauren!", "Cloud9 Brings Aboard Mark to Rainbow Six Siege Roster", "Please give a warm welcome to Anthony "@DatBoiViiRuS " Ybarra as he joins #C9R6's Coaching Staff! [18] They went on to earn 25 victories, the record most in an LCS season split, and won first place in the Summer Split regular season. The team left compLexity after it received a better offer from C9 before renewing their contract with their previous team. [32] On March 8, Incarnati0n joined the team and replaced Hai as mid-laner. Nach dem Ausscheiden in der Gruppenphase beim DreamHack Winter 2014, konnte sich das Team im Februar 2015 erfolgreich für die ESL One Katowice 2015 qualifizieren, wo das Team frühzeitig in der Gruppenphase ausschied. [60], Due to being the 3rd North American seed coming out of the Regional Qualifiers, they had to go through the Play-In stage at the 2018 World Championships. [4] 2017 unterlag Cloud 9 lediglich Team SoloMid im Spring Split und qualifizierte sich im Summer Split 2017 für die League of Legends Worlds Championship in China, wo sie jedoch gegen das chinesische Team WE im Viertelfinale ausschieden. ", "Slemmy Steps Down; autimatic to Cloud9 CS:GO", "Cloud9 Acquires RUSH, tarik as ESL One: NY Qualifiers Begin", "N0thing's Contract With Cloud9 Has Ended", "Skadoodle Stepping Back From Competitive CS:GO", "Cloud9 signs Elmapuddy as CS:GO assistant coach and analyst", "Cloud9 is back in @FortniteGame! Im Juli 2017 stellte Cloud 9 ein Lineup vor, von welchem alle fünf Spieler bereits in früheren Jahren für die Organisation spielten und nach dem The International wieder entlassen wurde.[9]. [14] Das Team erreichte in den darauffolgenden Turnieren im Herbst 2017 meist die Playoffs. In Season 6, Cloud9 won the RLCS World Championship, ending the 4 season long domination from the European region. At Worlds, Cloud9 was drawn into Group A along with Griffin, G2 Esports, and Hong Kong Attitude. Home of Cloud9, an esports organization with teams participating in League of Legends, Overwatch, Rocket League, CS:GO, DOTA2, TFT, WOW, Fortnite and Smash. [72], On September 14, longtime head coach Bok "Reapered" Hangyu left the team,[73] prompting mixed reactions from fans and the community. [85] Five days later, Ryan "fREAKAZOiD" Abadir and Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham, formerly of iBUYPOWER, joined the team, and Braxton "swag" Pierce joined as an analyst,[86] sgares stepped down from the roster on November 24. Die Spieler Zach „Nien“ Malhas, Jason „WildTurtle“ Tran, Hai „Hai“ Lam, Daerek „LemonNation“ Hart und Gabriel „Yazuki“ Ng, welche nach der Trennung mit ihrer vorherigen Organisation Quantic Gaming zunächst als Team NomNom antraten, nannten ihr Team am 8. Die neue Counter-Strike-Aufstellung von Cloud9 hat ihren ersten Auftritt beim Turnier Flashpoint 2 verpatzt. [129] The team is currently managed by Krissi Waters. [78], Cloud9 entered the professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene on August 1, 2014, with their acquisition of compLexity Gaming's North American roster. Nachdem Cloud 9 die Spieler Kory „Semphis“ Friesen und Shahzeb „ShahZaM“ Khan durch Ryan „fREAKAZOiD“ Abadir und Tyler „Skadoodle“ Latham ersetzte, konnte sich das neue Lineup Anfang Juli 2015 den zweiten Platz auf den Finals der ersten Saison der ESL ESEA Pro League sichern und gewann 60.000 US-Dollar. In dieser Zeit verpasste das Team den Einzug in die League Championship Series. [22], Aktives und ehemaliges Engagement in weiteren Disziplinen, Intel Extreme Masters Season XII – Oakland, Liquipedia-Artikel zur Hearthstone-Abteilung, Preisgeldverteilung beim The International 2014 auf, Preisgeldverteilung bei den Dota 2 Asia Championships auf,,, Wikipedia:Defekte Weblinks/Ungeprüfte Archivlinks 2019-03, „Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike“. The team overcame Team SoloMid in the semifinals of the First Vainglory Unified Championship in London and were crowned winners after taking down Gankstars in Finals. [19] Cloud9 took home US$50,000 as well a first round bye at the Season 3 World Championship. [7] When QG failed to make the 2013 LCS Spring split, Boudreault cut off contact with society and soon dissolved the company. Nachdem das Lineup im April und Mai 2013 ein weiteres Mal von Quantic Gaming aufgenommen wurde und sich für die LCS Summer 2013 qualifizierte, verpflichtete Jack Etienne das Lineup (seitdem bestehend aus Hai „Hai“ Lam, Daerek „LemonNation“ Hart, An „Balls“ Van Le, William „Meteos“ Hartman und Zachary „Sneaky“ Scuderi) für 10.000 US-Dollar und gründete die heutige Organisation unter dem Namen Cloud 9. They subsequently swept the group with a 4–0 record and qualified for the knockout stage where they faced Latin America North's Lyon Gaming. [39], On December 9, 2016 Cloud9 announced they had moved Contractz into the starting jungler position and signed Ray as a substitute top laner. [34] With Hai, they were able to win enough games to rise to 7th place, high enough to avoid relegation, but not high enough to make playoffs. Throughout the NA LCS Summer Playoffs, they went undefeated, defeating TSM in the grand finals. [citation needed] Despite being owed tens of thousands of dollars, former players say they are no longer considering legal action against Boudreault. In the last 1:22 Cloud9 went on a 2–1 run to win game 5 5–3, and win the second series 4–1. Competing first under the name Team NomNom and then Cloud9, Nientonsoh, Hai, Yazuki, Wild Turtle and LemonNation secured a spot in the Season 3 North American Offline Qualifier for the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS). [80] On November 26, Sean "sgares" Gares replaced Spencer "Hiko" Martin as the team's in-game leader. Mit dem neuen Spielern im Team gewann die Organisation die Finals der ESL Pro League Season 4. [105][106] On October 7, Cloud9 re-signed Ricky "⁠floppy⁠" Kemery, who becomes the fourth player of the new team. Im August 2017 verpflichtete Cloud 9 die Spieler Will „RUSH“ Wierzba und Tarik „tarik“ Celik. Er wurde durch den Dänen Nicolaj „Incarnati0n“ Jensen ersetzt. Since becoming the first North American team to win a major championship in 2018, Cloud9 has been dedicated to bolstering their presence in this renowned space. [63] The team placed 2nd in the regular season Spring Split (14-4 record) and received a bye to the semifinals of the playoffs, where they fell to Team SoloMid 2–3, sending them to face FlyQuest for 3rd place, which they won. [87], Cloud9 placed thirteenth to sixteenth at MLG Columbus 2016, losing to Natus Vincere and G2 Esports in the group stage. Nach dem Spring-Split 2015 trat Hai „Hai“ Lam aus dem Team zurück, aber nicht aus der Organisation. [35] Cloud9 stated that Hai would be playing during the beginning of 2016 season, with the intention of training Bunny FuFuu to become the new support. With championships industry-wide, unmatched viewership hours, and extensive benefits packages for players and staff, Cloud9 prides itself on being the best in all categories. [35] Cloud9 announced the signings of two new players, jungler Rush and support Bunny FuFuu. [61] They won 3-2 against Russia's Gambit Esports to advance to the main event.[62]. Cloud9 ended the Play-Ins with a perfect record 7–0 game record after sweeping Lyon Gaming 3–0, resulting in their qualification into the Group Stage of the 2017 World Championship.", "Cloud9 Announces World of Warcraft Team", "", "", "", "", "Please give a warm welcome to our new players Buzz, Hate, xeta, and Head Coach Pavane! Both teams have never missed Worlds in their franchise history. ", "Joining #C9R6 as part of mantis FPS in April last year, @C9h3dy has been a staple of the squad and has contributed immensely to the team", "APAC Transfers: Latest Updates - Post Season 10 / SiegeGG", "Please give a warm welcome to the newest addition to the #C9R6 roster, Sewoong "@CATsang___" Heo! Advancing to the finals against Team SoloMid, Cloud9 hoped to extend its unprecedented playoff win streak of thirteen games. [17] Midway through the season, Cloud9 went on a 13-game win streak, the 2nd longest in LCS history. [54], Before the Summer Split began, Cloud9's owner Jack Etienne and coach Reapered announced that they would be benching Jensen, Sneaky, and Smoothie, claiming motivational issues. [38] Samsung swept Cloud9 3–0 and went on to finish second in the tournament, while Cloud9 was eliminated in 5th-8th place. In the 2019 LCS Season, longtime player Jensen was traded to Team Liquid and Nisqy joined as mid-laner. [3] Das Hauptteam qualifizierte sich im 2016 Summer Split für die League of Legends World Championship, schied allerdings im Viertelfinale gegen das E-Sports-Team Samsung Galaxy aus. Im Januar 2018 gewann Cloud 9 das Boston Eleague Major, im Finale gegen FaZe Clan[15]. Thanks to Cloud9 for the opportunity and memories", "Cloud9 CS:GO Welcomes Alec "Slemmy" White! [12] Cloud9 announced the formation of a Challenger Series team and held open tryouts. [24] CLG's Link replaced him on the lineup. In der ersten Jahreshälfte spielte ein dänisches Quintett um Marcus „Ace“ Hoelgaard für Cloud 9. In November 2017, Cloud9 announced that Licorice, Selfie, and Wiggily were joining the team and that Contractz and Impact were leaving for the Golden Guardians and Team Liquid respectively. With a tied game halfway through game 5 and really good defensive plays by both teams, it seemed no one could score and game 5 could go to overtime. On August 10, 2017, Cloud9 was announced as one of the teams that has acquired an Overwatch League franchise spot to represent London. They went straight to the semifinals with a first round bye, but lost to Gambit Gaming 2–1. Cloud9 was a heavy underdog and was expected to come in last. [40], In the 2017 LCS Season, Cloud9 began the Spring Split undefeated through the first 4 weeks. Cloud9 joined the Hearthstone scene in mid-2014 with the acquisition of DogeHouse. In the Summer Split, Cloud9 finished the regular season in third with a 12-6 record. Man wolle ein Umstrukturierung vornehmen, in dem beschlossen wurde, den Caster Henry „HenryG“ Greer als Manager der Counter-Strike Division anzuheuern. Cloud9 secured a bye to the 2nd round of playoffs against FlyQuest, but lost the series 1-3 and dropped into the losers' bracket where they defeated Evil Geniuses in a 3-0 sweep. [118] Derisive cries of "C9 LUL" from the match chat on Twitch would be referenced in later matches, to the point where "C9" became a generic term for losing a match due to becoming distracted from the main objective. [124] However, the team that was originally put together by Cloud9 was eventually moved to Team Reciprocity, announced by Team Reciprocity on January 7, 2019. We are proud to announce that the @Cloud9 @R6esports Team has come to the #RECPack for the upcoming @ESLRainbowSix Season! [16], During the off-season, the Quantic Gaming organization went bankrupt and shut down operations, leaving its League of Legends team without a sponsor. Größter Erfolg war der zweite Platz bei den World Electronic Sports Games. Auch Meteos verließ Ende 2016 das Team, der durch Juan "Contractz" Arturo Garcia abgelöst wurde. Zudem wurde das Team Zweiter bei der ClutchCon 2015, dem Turnier Caseking King of Kings und der 5. [115] On April 4, 2018, Ally departed from Cloud9.[116]. In the playoffs, Cloud9 beat Team EnVyUs (3–1) in the quarterfinals and Immortals (3–2) in the semifinals, but dropping to Team SoloMid in the finals (1–3). [55] The team started the Summer Split with a record of 3–7 in the first half. Cloud9 made their first appearance at ESL One: Cologne 2014, where they finished 2–0 in Group D of the group stage, but lost in the quarterfinals to Swedish team Ninjas in Pyjamas, who later won the tournament. [7] Im Verlaufe des Jahres 2014 folgten weitere Podestplätze bei der World Cyber Arena 2014, bei der Star Ladder Star Series Season 10, bei den World E-sport Championships 2014 oder bei der zweiten Ausgabe von The Summit. Following the success of Cloud9's League of Legends team in the North American League of Legends Championship Series, the team began expanding into other esports. [52] In the Spring Split Playoffs, they would face Team Liquid in the quarterfinals and lose 0–3. Following the success of Cloud9's League of Legends team in the North American League of Legends Championship Series, the team began expanding into other esports. In 2015, Cloud9's Heroes of the Storm team won the first Heroes of the Storm World Championship, becoming the inaugural winner of the championship. The team later decided to stay together, although Nientonsoh and Yazuki left the team. Im Juni 2016 stellte C9 sein Engagement in dieser Disziplin ein. This usage initially was confined to Korean audiences, but would eventually find wider use among audiences of Overwatch League. Please welcome @ChapFN to the #C9FAM! Cloud 9 would not qualify for the 2016 Vainglory World Championship. [125], Cloud9 announced that it was re-entering the Rainbow Six Siege competitive circuit on April 6, 2019 with a new team of five players, one coach, and one assistant coach. Im Sommer 2017 folgte der Halbfinaleinzug in der dritten Saison der Esports Championship Series und das Erreichen des Finales auf der ESL One Cologne 2017. Big 60! Des Weiteren wurde der Serbe Aleksandar „kassad“ Trifunović als Coach für das, noch nicht bekanntgegebene, neue Roster unter Vertrag genommen. [31] In May, Hai officially retired from the team, citing chronic wrist pain. [7][30] Cloud9 met TSM in the finals of the LCS Spring playoffs losing 3-1. They faced Team Dignitas in the quarterfinals of the Sumer Split Playoffs and subsequently lost to them 3–1. [37], At the 2016 World Championship, Cloud9 was placed into Group B with China's IMay, Korea's SK Telecom T1, and Taiwan's Flash Wolves. I have no doubt we will move onward to PL and be a force to reckon with. [11] Cloud9 acquired compLexity Gaming's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team in August 2014. [4] In 2018, Cloud9's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster became the first and only North American team to win a Major after defeating FaZe Clan 2–1 in the ELEAGUE Major: Boston. [98], Cloud9 announced on December 6, 2019 that Timothy "autimatic" Ta, Damian "daps" Steele, and Kenneth "koosta" Suen had been released from the organization and their contracts bought out by Gen.G Esports. #LETSGOC9", "Completing our #C9R6 team is our new coach & assistant manager @RechoTZ! In the Summer playoffs, Cloud9 defeated Team SoloMid in the semi-finals. [20], On November 24, C9 competed at IEM Season VIII - Cologne. They dropped 3 games in a row, as well as losing a tiebreaker game against ahq, leaving them in third place in their group and eliminated from the tournament in 9th-11th place. Cloud 9 Vortex wurde Ende Juli 2015 entlassen. In the 2015 LCS season, Cloud9 finished 2nd in the Spring regular season with a 13–6 record. The team dropped down to 8th place, in danger of relegation until July, when Meteos stepped down and Hai rejoined the team as the jungler. Cloud9 Challenger did well in the challenger series and qualified for LCS Season 7. In 2016, the organization expanded their smash division by adding Ally for Smash 4[113] and Tafokints as Mang0's personal coach. On April 1, the Cloud9 roster of Balls, Meteos, Hai, Sneaky, and LemonNation was reacquired by Quantic Gaming, now led by former COO Bernie Catalan.


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