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Cloud9 Leaves The Rocket League Scene

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One of the greatest organizations in North American, Cloud9, has founded in 2013, and they have been competing for games like CS:GO, League Of Legends, Rocket League, Overwatch, and many more.

Yesterday, Cloud9 made a new announcement on the official website and revealed that they are parting ways with the Rocket League roster. The CEO of the organization thanked to the roster for what they accomplished this far and wished them best for the future.

Here is the statement from Cloud9:

“Cloud9 is announcing today the departure of our Rocket League team. Kyle Torment Storer, Jesus Gimmick Parra, and Coach Jayson Fireburner Nunez have been released, and Mariano SquishyMuffinz Arruda will be joining NRG Esports.

The entire organization would like to extend our deepest gratitude to all members of the Rocket League team for their efforts and the incredible things they achieved while representing Cloud9…”

CEO of Cloud9, Jack Etienne said:

“I’m so proud of everything C9 Rocket League achieved during their time with us. They’ve proven themselves on the biggest stage by bringing home the RLCS trophy and I have no doubt that they’ll be pulling off more highlight-reel moves soon. Everyone here will miss them and we thank them for being such an incredible part of Cloud9.”

Squishy Muffinz wrote:

“Nearly 4 years with these two and we accomplished so many amazing things together, so many memories together that I’ll never forget but it had to end eventually. I wish them nothing but the best of luck in the future I know we’ll have many intense series to come.”

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