Connect with us

Esports

Cloud9 Shuts Down The CS:GO Roster Until The Outbreak Ends

Published

on

Photo Credit: The photo was taken from the social media of the people mentioned in the title. If the photo owner wants us to remove, we will do it immediately.

The North American esports organization Cloud9 saddened the community by making a new announcement about their CS:GO roster via Twitter.

As you might remember, after Cloud9 won the Boston major in 2018, they have been struggling to find success. Since then, they have changed three rosters but didn’t manage to win a trophy.

Following the devastating results, Cloud9 wanted to build a new colossus. They created a new roster featuring ALEX, mezii, es3tag, Woxic, and floppy. But, Woxic replaced by Xeppaaa in 2021.

However, also the colossus even couldn’t get the results the organization wanted, and Cloud9 revealed that they decided to shut down the roster until the coronavirus outbreak is over and the LAN tournaments are back again.

Here is the official statement from Cloud9:

“At this time, we’ve made the decision to pause our involvement in CS:GO. COVID has prevented us from assembling the team in North America as we’d originally planned, and though everyone has worked hard to rise to the challenge, the reality is that remote training isn’t conducive for building an organization in the way Cloud9 usually does.

We remain passionate about competing in CS:GO, and once conditions allow us to work and train in the ways that we know help teams to be successful, we’ll return to competitive play. We’re grateful to HenryG & to the players for their work over the past few months, and we’ll be cheering them on in their next endeavors.”

You can check out the post below.

If you got any tips and feedback, mail me please: eren@gaimer.net





Trending