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Total Winnings. Cloud9 To The Skyes Invitational. JBL Quantum Cup. Group Stage — 7th—8th. During the off-season, the Quantic Gaming organization went bankrupt and shut down operations, leaving its League of Legends team without a sponsor.
Competing first under the name Team NomNom and then Cloud9, Nientonsoh, Hai , Yazuki, Wild Turtle and LemonNation secured a spot in the Season 3 North American Offline Qualifier for the League of Legends Championship Series LCS.
Initially, Nientonsoh said that Cloud9 would disband in light of the loss. The team later decided to stay together, although Nientonsoh and Yazuki left the team.
On April 1, the Cloud9 roster of Balls , Meteos , Hai , Sneaky , and LemonNation was reacquired by Quantic Gaming, now led by former COO Bernie Catalan.
However, just a few weeks later the roster would once again become Cloud9 with previous TSM manager Jack Etienne becoming the manager and owner of the team.
On May 17, C9 placed first at the MLG Winter Championship Summer Promotion , defeating Velocity esports 2—1 in the finals. In the Summer Promotion Qualifier for the League Championship Series , Cloud9 went 5—0 to earn a spot in the LCS Summer Split, beating Team Astral Poke 2—0, and former LCS team compLexity 3—0.
Throughout the NA LCS Summer Playoffs, they went undefeated, defeating TSM in the grand finals. C9 went into the Season 3 World Championship quarterfinals with a first round bye as the North American champions.
Their first international match was against the top European seed, Fnatic. On November 24, C9 competed at IEM Season VIII - Cologne.
They went straight to the semifinals with a first round bye, but lost to Gambit Gaming 2—1. On October 29, the organization announced the departure of coach Alex Penn and the addition of Dan Dinh as Penn's replacement.
In December , Cloud9 joined four other North American LCS teams at the Battle of the Atlantic, facing European champions Fnatic for the second time.
In the LCS Season , they equaling their previous 13 win streak record and finished first place for the Spring Split regular season.
Cloud9 would repeat their Summer Split championship with a 2—0 victory over Team Curse in the semi-finals and a 3—0 against TSM in the grand finals  Their LCS playoffs victory earned the team a spot in the All-Stars.
Cloud9's LCS success had resulted in a record regular season win percentage of On April 28, Hai suffered a collapsed lung, which prevented him from attending the All-Star event in Paris.
In the playoff semi-finals, Cloud9 lost to OMG to finish 3rd-4th in the tournament. In the LCS Summer Split, Cloud9 finished in the regular season, finishing first ahead of LMQ by tiebreaker.
Advancing to the finals against Team SoloMid , Cloud9 hoped to extend its unprecedented playoff win streak of thirteen games.
TSM ended Cloud9's streak and won their second LCS championship, while C9 settled for second place and qualification to the World Championship.
At the World Championship , Cloud9 became the first North American team to ever beat a Korean Team at the World Championship by taking down NaJin Shield.
After Worlds, Cloud9 beat Alliance in a 2—1 victory and crushing Unicorns of Love 3—0 to win IEM Season IX San Jose , becoming the best team from the two western regions for the third time.
At IEM Katowice World Championships , C9 was beaten by the GE Tigers to finish 7th-8th. In the LCS season , Cloud9 finished 2nd in the Spring regular season with a 13—6 record.
Hai transitioned into a role as Chief Gaming Officer. The team dropped down to 8th place, in danger of relegation until July, when Meteos stepped down and Hai rejoined the team as the jungler.
Cloud9 beat Team 8 in a tiebreaker match in order to qualify for the qualification tournament for the third North American seed in the Season 5 World Championship.
In the tournament, they faced off against Team Gravity , Team Impulse and Team Liquid. They beat Team Gravity and Team Impulse by 3—2 reverse sweeps, and beat Team Liquid by 3—1, earned North America's third seed to Cloud9's third consecutive world championship.
At worlds, Cloud9 was placed in Group B with Fnatic , ahq , and Invictus Gaming. Cloud9 was a heavy underdog and was expected to come in last.
Shockingly, they went an undefeated 3—0 in the first week, defeating every team in their group. In the second week, they only needed one win to move on to the next round of the tournament.
They dropped 3 games in a row, as well as losing a tiebreaker game against ahq, leaving them in third place in their group and eliminated from the tournament in 9thth place.
In the offseason, LemonNation retired. Hai changed positions once again, switching to support. In December, Incarnati0n announced he was changing his gamer name to his real name, Jensen.
The new roster debuted at IEM X Cologne , where they lost 2—1 to H2K and were eliminated. In the LCS Season , Cloud9 finished 3rd in the Spring Split regular season with a record of In the playoffs they lost to Team SoloMid in the quarterfinals for 5th-6th place.
Cloud9 also formed a Challenger Series roster with Balls , Rush , Hai , Altec, and LemonNation. In the Summer Split, Cloud9 finished the regular season in third with a record.
In the playoffs, Cloud9 beat Team EnVyUs 3—1 in the quarterfinals and Immortals 3—2 in the semifinals, but dropping to Team SoloMid in the finals 1—3.
They moved to the gauntlet for the Regional Qualifiers where they beat Team EnVyUs 3—0 and Immortals 3—1 giving them the 3 seed for North America in the World Championship.
Cloud9 Challenger did well in the challenger series and qualified for LCS Season 7. During the off-season, the Cloud9 Challenger roster, including Balls, LemonNation, Hai, and Altec was purchased by Wes Edens , owner of the Milwaukee Bucks , and rebranded as team FlyQuest.
On September 20, , Cloud9's coach Reapered's Twitter account was compromised by hackers who published Cloud9's competitive scrimmages, account logins, chat logs, and contact information for several NA LCS team members.
At the World Championship , Cloud9 was placed into Group B with China's IMay, Korea's SK Telecom T1 , and Taiwan's Flash Wolves.
Cloud9 went 3—3 in the group and earned the second seed from their group and a spot in quarterfinals. They were placed into a quarterfinal match against Samsung Galaxy.
On December 9, Cloud9 announced they had moved Contractz into the starting jungler position and signed Ray as a substitute top laner.
In the LCS Season , Cloud9 began the Spring Split undefeated through the first 4 weeks. Contractz, the rookie jungler, was a notable factor to Cloud9's early successes during the split.
In week 5, Meteos was traded to Phoenix1 to fill in for their jungler Inori. They ended as runners-up in the league, losing to TSM in the Spring Split Finals in a tight 5 game series.
In the Summer Split Cloud9 finished the regular season in 4th place with a 12—6 record. February 3rd - valens joins as coach for Cloud9.
August 15th - Cloud9 acquire RUSH and tarik , n0thing and shroud are moved to inactive status. Additionally, shroud retires and becomes a full-time streamer for Cloud9 and backup player.
January 28th - Cloud9 win ELEAGUE Major in Boston, defeating FaZe Clan in the grand final. March 30th - Skadoodle announces his inactivity from Cloud9 and CS:GO.
He is later signed by MIBR. Due to Major restrictions Golden will be needed on the roster at IEM Katowice Major to retain the majority of the Cloud9 roster from FACEIT Major: London March 2nd - Cloud9 announce the return of Golden to the active lineup and the departure of flusha.
It is later revealed that the player was benched. RUSH is benched, valens becomes the Head of Data Science, while vice and cajunb are released.
G Esports acquire autimatic , daps , koosta and Elmapuddy from Cloud9. TenZ transitions into being a streamer with Cloud9. January 6th - Cloud9 sign the entire ATK roster, JamezIRL is released.
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Adaptation swag Braxton Pierce Streamer  ?? Date Time Tier Type Tournament Score vs. Cloud9: Tyler "Skadoodle" Latham Timothy "autimatic" Ta Will "RUSH" Wierzba Soham "valens" Chowdhury coach.
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Created Organization: PUBG Division: July Curse Trials Finals. Ghost Gaming. Team SoloMid. Ninjas in Pyjamas. Nach dem Ausscheiden in der Gruppenphase beim DreamHack Winter , konnte sich das Team im Februar erfolgreich für die ESL One Katowice qualifizieren, wo das Team frühzeitig in der Gruppenphase ausschied.
Mit dem neuen Spielern im Team gewann die Organisation die Finals der ESL Pro League Season 4. Im Sommer folgte der Halbfinaleinzug in der dritten Saison der Esports Championship Series und das Erreichen des Finales auf der ESL One Cologne Die ESL One New York , das ELEAGUE CS:GO Premier und die Intel Extreme Masters Season XII — Oakland beendete Cloud 9 unter den ersten vier.
Im Januar gewann Cloud 9 das Boston Eleague Major , im Finale gegen FaZe Clan .