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Cloud9 CS:GO Player oSee Explains Why He Rejected Cloud9’s Offer



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Joshua Ohm, known as “oSee,” is a 21-year-old American CS:GO player who has been representing Cloud9 for over nine months. Before that, he had played for teams like Team Singularity, ATK, and more.

As you might remember, Cloud9 announced the singings of Henry “HenryG” Greer as a general manager and Aleksandar “kassad” Trifunović as a coach, they also revealed that they will brand a new Europian roster while dropping the current Cloud9 roster.

Furthermore, HenryG unveiled that he wanted to try oSee and Ricky “floppy” Kemery for the new roster, alongside Alex “ALEX” McMeekin. However, the duo rejected the offer and wanted stay with the same roster that they have been playing with for a while

oSee spoke in a recent interview with and revealed the real reason why they rejected the tryout offer of Cloud9.

In the conversation, oSee stated that they are playing with the same roster and didn’t want to risk this comfortable environment, because there is a chance that they won’t mesh together with the new players, and this will be a big problem for the new roster of Cloud9.

Interviewer asked:

“Henry ‘HenryG’ Greer stated on Twitter that he was interested in keeping you and floppy on the new Cloud9 roster but you both declined. Can you talk a little about the two of you making that decision and what it means to you to keep the five-man lineup together?

oSee replied:

“So after the meeting where we found out that Cloud9 were looking to switch to an EU-based team and were going to drop us, our manager told us that HenryG wanted Ricky and me to try out for the new lineup.

I have to really enjoy playing with my teammates, so not knowing who was going to be on the roster or how the personalities of the team would mix I decided it was too big of a risk to leave the current lineup where I know how everyone is, inside and outside of the game.

You’re spending hours and hours every day practicing with these people — if you don’t mesh well together, it could lead to many problems.”

He continued:

“If they were to have picked up a core of three and asked Ricky and me to try out, then it might have been a different story, but because of how they wanted to completely rebuild the team, we felt like it was too big of a risk as we enjoy playing with our current roster.

After talking for a brief moment, Ricky and I both came to the conclusion that we did not want to move to Europe and completely switch the environment that we have been so used to the past year.”

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