Cloud9 new CSGO roster: Cloud9 (C9) is an Esports organization based in the United States that was established in 2013. Cloud9 has decided to return to CSGO by acquiring the ex-Gambit Esports, after passing more than a year without any rosters. All five players, as well as the coach, analyst, and manager, have signed with the organization, and Cloud9 confirmed this in their recent tweet.
Cloud9’s previous lineup disbanded in 2021 as a result of the coronavirus epidemic and make the necessary attempts to improve their performance. Cloud9 fans, on the other hand, can now breathe a sigh of relief following their recent revelation that they had acquired a CSGO team. Let’s take a look at Cloud9’s new CSGO lineup, which includes players from the old Gambit Esports team.
Cloud9 announced their new CSGO lineup by acquiring the former Gambit Esports roster
Cloud9 officially announce their new CSGO roster on 24, and their official Twitter account stated “We finally signed CSGO Players,” with a video revealing the new lineup. The new Cloud9 roster includes Vladislav ‘nafany?’ Gorshkov, Dmitry ‘?sh1ro?’ Sokolov, Abay ‘?HObbit?’ Khasenov, Sergey ‘?Ax1Le?’ Rykhtorov, and Timofey ‘?interz?’ Yakushin. In addition to the roster, the team manager “Alexander Shcherbakov” and their coach “Konstantin Pikiner” will also join Cloud9 with the team.
While playing for Gambit Esports, this team qualified for the upcoming PGL Major in Antwerp and also secured a slot in the ESL Pro League. As a result, their slot will not be affected by the organizational change, and their fans will be able to witness them competing under Cloud9. The current lineup is one of the best CSGO teams in the world, and they will get the opportunity to shine with Cloud9.
After the Cloud9 new CSGO new lineup announcement, Gambit Esports gave a farewell to their roster in the statement “Cloud9 has welcomed Sh1ro, nafany, HObbit, Ax1Le, and 1nterz. In a new organization, team manager Alexander Shcherbakov, coach Konstantin Pikiner, and analyst Ivan Kochugov will continue to work with them. We wish them all the best of luck in the next major tournaments and other events.”