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|Team Captain:||Andrew "andinster" Woodward|
|Heroes of the Storm:||Cloud 9|
|League of Legends:||Cloud9|
Cloud9 is an eSports organization and former SPL team.
Biography[edit | edit source]
Cloud9 is a long standing organization with strong teams in multiple games, Counter Strike and Hearthstone just to name a few. They had previously gone with a European squad, but have moved back to North America to pick up the roster that won the SMITE World Championship. The team has a high level of execution, but struggled in the Spring Split, only placing third and missing out on the Spring Finals. They’ll have to battle their way back if they want to be at the top during the SPL Summer Split.
History[edit | edit source]
On January 26, 2015, COGnitive Prime became Cloud9 when the team was acquired by Cloud9's owner, Jack Etienne. No roster changes have been made in this transition.
Timeline[edit | edit source]
- January 26, COGnitive Prime becomes Cloud9.
- May 16th, MrMakey joins as a sub and coach.
- August 12th, Omega leaves Cloud9. Baskin becomes the new solo.
- August 27th, MrMakey leaves Cloud9.
Player Roster[edit | edit source]
Former[edit | edit source]
|Psyio||Leo Stefan Helpferer||Mid|
Tournament Results[edit | edit source]
|01-10-2016||SMITE World Championship 2016||3rd - 4th||$75,000|
|11-22-2015||Super Regionals 2015||1st||$75,000 & Qualified for SMITE World Championship 2016|
|10-25-2015||SMITE Pro League NA Fall Season||3rd||Qualified for Super Regionals 2015|
|09-20-2015||COGnitive Gaming Invitational||1st||$8,860|
|06-28-2015||SMITE Pro League NA Summer Season||2nd||Qualified for Summer Finals|