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Cloud9
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Team Information
Org Location: United States United States
Region: News Label - North America.png North America
Head Coach: Bok "Reapered" Han-gyu
Partner(s): Red Bull
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Active LoL Teams Cloud9 Academy
Inactive LoL Teams Cloud9 Challenger
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History
Created: 2012-12-04
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Current Roster
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Cloud9 (C9) is a North American eSports team formed by the former roster of Quantic Gaming following its dissolution. The team currently competes under the name Cloud9 G2A, in representation of their sponsor G2A. Aside from League of Legends, the organization also has divisions for DotA 2, COD, Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, Super Smash Bros, Counter Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, and Vainglory.

History

Pre-Season 3

During the off-season, the Quantic Gaming organization fell into financial distress and shut down operations, leaving the League of Legends team without a sponsor once again. Competing 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. However, Cloud9 was knocked out of the tournament in the group stage after losing to Azure Gaming and future LCS team Team MRN.

Initially, Nientonsoh said that Cloud9 would disband in light of the loss. The team later decided to stay together, although Nientonsoh and Yazuki did leave, causing a large roster change. Hai shifted from jungle to mid, and the team tried out new junglers and top laners in online competitions.

Season 3

On April 1, the Cloud9 roster of Hai, LemonNation, Meteos, and Balls was picked up by Quantic Gaming. However, just a few weeks later the roster would once again become Cloud9 with previous TSM manager Jack Etienne becoming their manager and owner of the team. In the Summer Promotion Qualifier, Cloud9 went 5-0 to earn a spot in the LCS Summer Split, beating Team Astral Poke 2-0, and compLexity 3-0. Cloud9 possesses the longest win streak in LCS history (13 games), the most victories in an LCS season split (25 games), and won first place in the Summer Split. Throughout the NA LCS Summer Playoffs, they were able to win every single one of their games/sets, first against Team Dignitas and then the grand finals against TSM. Cloud9 took home $50,000 USD as well a first round bye at the Season 3 World Championship. They finished their season 3 LCS and playoffs with a 30-3 total, the highest in LCS history and with a 91% win rate.

With high hopes, C9 went straight into the S3 Championship quarterfinals for being the North American champions. Their first international match as a team was against the top European seed, Fnatic. In a formidable set of games, Cloud9 lost 1-2, being the last North American team to be eliminated and ending up in eighth place.

2014 Preseason

On October 29, it was announced that while Alex Penn leaves, Dan Dinh would join as new coach.[1]

At the first international pre-season tournament, IEM Cologne in November, Cloud9 received a bye into the second round and competed against Gambit Gaming of Russia. Gambit defeated Cloud9 2-0, marking their second immediate exit from an international tournament.

In December 2013, Cloud9 joined four other North American LCS teams at the Battle of the Atlantic, facing European champions Fnatic for the second time. With dominating performances by mid laner Hai, Cloud9 took the series 2-0, resulting in an overall North American win at the tournament and $10,000 USD for the team.

2014 Season

Cloud9 won the spring split of the LCS once again, and qualifying for the All Star event. However, prior to the event, Hai's lung collapsed, hospitalizing him and requiring him to use a respirator, and the team had to play with a substitute. After C9 requested Link as a temporary replacement, Counter Logic Gaming readily agreed to a two-month emergency loan deal that would cover the time in between splits, including All-Stars. Cloud9 went 3-1 in the group stage, losing only to SK Telecom T1 K, but in the bracket they were eliminated in the first round by OMG, losing 2-0.

In the summer season, despite placing first in the round robin, they took second place overall, losing to Team SoloMid in the finals 2-3. The second-place finish qualified them for the 2014 Season World Championship, where they were drawn into Group D along with NaJin White Shield, Alliance, and KaBuM! e-Sports. Cloud9 went 4-2 in the group, drawing with NaJin Shield for first place but losing the tiebreaker game. They were eliminated from the tournament in the bracket stage, falling 3-1 to Samsung Blue.

2015 Preseason

Cloud9 was the North American team fan-voted to IEM San Jose.[2] They defeated paiN Gaming 2-0, Alliance 2-1, and then Unicorns of Love 3-0 to win the tournament.

On December 30, it was announced that Cloud9 were holding open tryouts for a North American Challenger team.[3] See information about this team at Cloud9 Tempest.

2015 Season

Due to their IEM San Jose victory, Cloud9 qualified for IEM Katowice in March. They lost their only two games, first to GE Tigers and then to yoe Flash Wolves, and finished in 7th/8th place. Domestically, they underperformed at the start of the season, and were in 8th place at the end of the second week of the spring LCS split. However, they improved over the course of the season, ending with a second-place finish behind Team SoloMid and a playoff bye; after beating Team Liquid 3-2, Cloud9 lost to TSM 1-3 in the finals and finished the split overall in second place.

Soon after the spring finals, Hai announced his retirement from professional play, citing his wrist injuries and the fact that his support carry playstyle was not viable anymore as reasons for his retirement; however, he would remain with the Cloud9 organization as their Chief Gaming Officer.[4] After tryouts including Cloud9 Tempest mid laner Yusui and the recently-unbanned European solo queue star Incarnati0n, the team settled on Incarnati0n as their new mid laner for the Summer Split. The team performed poorly for the first five weeks of the split and replaced Meteos with Hai going into the sixth week.

With Hai back on the team, Cloud9's record improved from 3-7 to 6-12 by the end of the split, and they finished in 7th place after a tie-breaker victory against Team 8, narrowly avoiding relegations and retaining their 70 Championship Points, though they did not qualify for playoffs. In the Regional Finals Gauntlet, Cloud9 reverse-swept both Gravity Gaming and Team Impulse before beating Team Liquid 3-1 in the finals. Their fourteen games played over the course of three days gave them North America's third seed to the 2015 Season World Championship, Cloud9's third-consecutive Worlds.

Considered an underdog at Worlds, Cloud9 were placed into Group B along with Fnatic, ahq, and Invictus Gaming and expected to place last. Instead, they surprised with an undefeated 3-0 first week, with Hai suddenly performing well on Lee Sin and Balls on Darius; Incarnati0n also introduced Veigar as a pick in their first game against ahq. In the second week, Cloud9 needed only one win to advance to the quarterfinals but were unable to find it, losing four games in a row including a tiebreaker loss to ahq. They placed third in their group, ahead of only Invictus Gaming.

2016 Preseason

After their Worlds run, Cloud9 announced the retirement of LemonNation and his move to a staff role; they also opened tryouts for jungler and support, with Hai to play whichever role was not filled via a tryout.[5] They ended up adding two new players - former Gravity support Bunny FuFuu and Team Impulse jungler Rush - with Hai to split time with Bunny in the support role.[6] Rush debuted with the team at IEM Cologne, where they were eliminated in the first round by H2k.

2016 Season

Cloud9 started the spring season with Hai and Bunny FuFuu alternating games, but after two losses with Bunny and two wins with Hai, they committed to starting Hai full-time and rose to a 67% winrate, with a third-place seed in the playoffs. However, despite a seeding advantage, the team lost to sixth-seed TSM in the first round. After the end of the split, Cloud9 recreated its Challenger team and shuffled rosters between the two teams, initially setting up for the summer split with Impact, Meteos, Jensen, Sneaky, and Bunny FuFuu as its LCS roster; former Team Dragon Knights support Smoothie later also joined the team.[7][8]

For the first seven weeks of the split, Bunny FuFuu and Smoothie shared the support role, but after that point Bunny stepped down to a substitute and streaming role, and Smoothie became the full-time starter.[9] The team equaled its spring record with a 12-6 finish, again securing the third seed into the playoffs. There, Cloud9 defeated Team EnVyUs and Immortals before falling to TSM 3-1 in the finals; their second-place result was their best placement since Spring 2015. In the Regional Finals, or the gauntlet, Cloud9 faced and defeated both EnVyUs and Immortals to qualify for the World Championship for the fourth consecutive year.

The team was placed into Group B together with SK Telecom T1, Flash Wolves and I May. The North American powerhouse walked on the edge of elimination until the very last game of the Group Stage: Meteos, Jensen and Sneaky had rough games, and Impact wasn't able to snowball an early advantage into a game-winning splitpush threat on his signature Gnar, as he did in the NALCS Playoffs. In the end managed to clutch a Quarterfinals berth after two difficult weeks of competition, placing second with a 3-3 score and thus becoming the first North American team since 2014 to place in the Top 8 at Worlds after North America had been shut out of the playoffs in 2015. They were drawn into the right side of the playoff bracket, where they met Samsung Galaxy and were swept 0-3 by the Korean team.

2017 Season

As the best-performing NA team at the 2016 Season World Championship, Cloud9 received an invitation to the IEM World Championship; however, two weeks before the competition, C9 withdrew from the tournament, citing their priority to focus on continuing their then-dominant performances in the NA LCS, as well as the political uncertainty of the environment regarding travel by persons with visas.[10]

In the offseason, Cloud9 made two roster changes. Meteos stepped down as starting jungler, leaving Sneaky as the only remaining member of the original Cloud9 roster. Replacing him was rookie jungler Contractz, formerly of Cloud9 Challenger. The team also acquired former Apex Gaming top laner Ray, with the intention of platooning him and Impact. Cloud9 would also be playing against new LCS team FlyQuest in the Spring, which had begun as Cloud9's challenger team and included original Cloud9 members Hai, Balls, and LemonNation.

With Impact getting most of the starts in the top lane, Cloud9 roared to an 8-0 record over the first four weeks of the Spring Split, good for first place, two games above a surprising FlyQuest. However, Cloud9 cooled off over the next four weeks, going 4-4 and falling to within 1 game of third place Phoenix1, before a 2-0 final week propelled them to a 14-4 finish, comfortably in second. Cloud9 also beat FlyQuest in both of their head to head matchups. For their efforts, Reapered win would Coach of the Split, Contractz would receive Rookie of the Split, and Smoothie would also be named to the all NALCS First Team.

With their playoff bye, Cloud9's first stop in the playoffs would be against Phoenix1 in the semifinals, which by this time included former C9 jungler Meteos, who had joined them in midseason. Meteos failed to defeat his old team, and Cloud9 swept Phoenix1 3-0, setting up their second consecutive finals appearance against TSM. Going into the finals, C9 elected to alternate Ray and Impact as they had in the semifinals. However, this strategy appeared not to work, as each player lost the first game they played. Switching back to Ray for game 3, Cloud9 prevailed in a close match to stave off elimination, followed by a dominant game 4 win behind Impact on Shen and Smoothie's surprise Gragas support pick. With Ray returning for game 5, Cloud9 were on the brink of reverse sweeping TSM and winning their first title since the 2014 Spring Split. However, Jensen failed to use either his Zhonya's Hourglass or Ekko ultimate in a crucial teamfight, giving TSM the victory in both the fight and the series.

Cloud9 made no changes in the midseason, but began the Summer Split inconsistently. Of particular concern was the top lane, with both Impact and Ray starting for stretches of time but neither playing well. At the mid-split break, Cloud9 was 6-4, good for fourth place behind TSM and a much improved Immortals and CLG.

Their second place finish in the previous split meant that Cloud9 would be one of the three North American teams invited to the first EU/NA Rift Rivals, along with TSM and Phoenix1. However, a number of Cloud9 players were ill during the event, so while NA were dominant, Cloud9 finished only 3-3, the worst of the invited North American teams, and did not make it out of the group stage.

The aftereffects of their Rift Rivals struggles continued when C9 returned to domestic play, as they went 0-2 in week 6 and fell to 6th place. However, helped by having the easiest remaining schedule of any team, C9 won their final six games to finish fourth. The team also settled on Impact in the top lane, with Ray not playing any games after week six. Despite the team's struggles, Jensen had remained consistently dominant, and managed to edge Bjergsen of TSM for the NALCS First Team mid lane slot.

In the quartefinals, Cloud9 were matched up against 5th place Team Dignitas, who also had an inconsistent Summer Split but were looking much improved with the addition of bot laners Altec and Adrian. The series was expected to be close, but Dignitas shocked the world by taking the first two games off of Cloud9 to put them one game away from advancing. C9 managed to win game 3 and were on the verge of sending it to a game 5 with all three Dignitas inhibitors down, but a clutch Taliyah ultimate by mid laner Keane prevented C9 from reaching the nexus. Dignitas then held on to outlast Cloud9, eliminating them from the playoffs.

Due to their Championship Points from the Spring Split, Cloud9 would have the first slot in the Regional Finals to make the 2017 Season World Championship. There, they met CLG and defeated them 3-1, keeping Cloud9's record of never missing Worlds since qualifying for the LCS intact. Due to being the third seed, Cloud9 entered Worlds through the new Play-In stage, and were seeded into Group B with Dire Wolves of the OPL and Team oNe eSports of the CBLOL. Cloud9 easily dispatched both teams in the group stage and then defeated Latin America North's Lyon Gaming to qualify for the main Group Stage, all without dropping a single game.

In the main event, Cloud9 were seeded into Group A, alongside LCK second-place team SK Telecom T1, LPL champions Edward Gaming and second-place Ahq e-Sports Club of the LMS. Expected to be in contention with Edward Gaming for the second seed, Cloud9 had a good first week, losing only to SKT, as EDG massively under performed. However, Cloud9 lost to both SKT and a much improved EDG in week 2 and appeared on the verge of having to play a tiebreaker before EDG once again blew a massive gold lead to SKT, propelling C9 into the knockout stage. For the second year in a row, Cloud9 were the only North American team to make it out of groups.

In the knockout stage, they matched up against Team WE of the LPL. After losing the first game despite opening up an early lead, C9 won the next two games to put them one win away from becoming the first North American team ever to advance to the semifinals of Worlds. However, Cloud9's luck ran out there, as they lost the next two games and were eliminated, ending their Worlds journey.

2018 Season

Spring Split

In the offseason, Cloud9 once again made changes in jungle and top lane. Both top laners departed and were replaced by rookie Licorice, while Contractz was replaced by former TSM jungler Svenskeren. Reviews of these changes were mixed: while Licorice had been one of the best top laners in the Challenger Series, there were questions about his ability to match up against many of the elite imports in the NALCS, and Svenskeren had been considered a weak link on TSM despite having won multiple splits with the team. The beginning of the Spring Split seemed to belie these pessimistic predictions, as Cloud9 began the season 7-1, tied with an equally surprising Echo Fox for first place through the first four weeks. Particularly integral to their success was Licorice's stellar play on a variety of carry champions, as well as excellent support play by Smoothie. However, the team seemed to hit a speed bump in the next few weeks, posting 1-1 records in weeks 5 through 8, with Licorice beginning to struggle as the top lane meta shifted towards tanks. Still, going into Week 9, C9 had clinched playoffs and remained tied for first, and needed only a single victory in the final week to clinch themselves a playoff bye. However, they first lost to a surging Team Liquid, then were upset by 8th place FlyQuest, setting up an unprecedented four way tie for 3rd place between them, Team Liquid, Clutch Gaming, and TSM that had to be broken through a tiebreaker series. Cloud9's struggles continued in this series, as they lost again to Team Liquid in the first tiebreaker to drop them to the 5th place match, before managing to finally stop the bleeding with a victory against Clutch.

In the playoff quarterfinals, Cloud9 were yet again matched up against Team Liquid. Though Liquid was favored due to C9's late season struggles, the series was expected to be hotly contested. While C9 kept all three games close, they failed to win any of them, ending their season in the quarterfinals with only 10 Championship Points.

Timeline

  • 2018
  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
To read about Quantic Gaming history (November 2012 - December 2012), click here.
To read about Orbit Gaming history (April 2012 - November 2012), click here.

Player Roster

Active

R C ID Name Role Contract Ends Joined
News Label - North America.png Canada Licorice Eric Ritchie 11Top Laner 2020-11-17 2017-11-22
News Label - North America.png United States Blaber Robert Huang 12Jungler 2020-11-17 2018-07-21
News Label - Europe.png Denmark Svenskeren Dennis Johnsen 12Jungler 2020-11-17 2017-11-27
News Label - North America.png United States Goldenglue Greyson Gilmer 13Mid Laner 2020-11-17 2018-06-13
News Label - Europe.png Denmark Jensen Nicolaj Jensen 13Mid Laner 2020-11-17 2015-05-08
News Label - North America.png United States Keith Yuri Jew 14Bot Laner 2020-11-17 2018-06-13
News Label - North America.png United States Sneaky Zachary Scuderi 14Bot Laner 2020-11-17 2013-05-23
News Label - North America.png United States Zeyzal Tristan Stidam 15Support 2020-11-17 2018-06-13
Note: Teams are free to switch players between their LCS and Academy League rosters as long as their roster for each game complies with the rules outlined in this article. Therefore, more players are eligible to start than are listed on this page - we will only list those that do play.

Formerly On Loan

ID Name Role Loaned From Duration
United States Link Austin Shin 13Mid Laner Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.png Counter Logic Gaming All-Star Paris 2014

Former

R C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
News Label - North America.png Canada Smoothie Andy Ta 15Support Echo Foxlogo std.png Echo Fox 2016-05-18 2018-07-24
News Label - Europe.png Poland Selfie Marcin Wolski 23Sub/Mid Szata Magalogo std.png Szata Maga 2017-11-22 2018-01-03
News Label - Korea.png South Korea Ray Jeon Ji-won (전지원) 11Top Laner EDward Gaminglogo std.png EDward Gaming 2016-12-19 2017-12-19
News Label - North America.png United States Wiggily Raymond Griffin 12Jungler Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Academy 2017-11-22 2017-12-18
News Label - Korea.png South Korea Impact Jung Eon-yeong (정언영) 11Top Laner Team Liquidlogo std.png Team Liquid 2016-05-09 2017-11-26
News Label - North America.png United States Contractz Juan Arturo Garcia 12Jungler Golden Guardianslogo std.png Golden Guardians 2016-12-19 2017-11-26
News Label - North America.png United States Westrice Jonathan Nguyen 21Sub/Top Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Academy 2017-02-23 2017-11-20
News Label - North America.png United States Bunny FuFuu Michael Kurylo 25Sub/Sup Cloud9logo std.png Streamer 2017-01-05 2017-11-20
News Label - North America.png Canada Winter Olivier Lapointe 25Sub/Sup OpTic Gaminglogo std.png OpTic Gaming Academy 2017-02-23 2017-11-20
News Label - North America.png United States Meteos William Hartman 22Sub/Jun Phoenix1logo std.png Phoenix1 2013-05-23 2017-02-16
News Label - North America.png United States Thinkcard Thomas Slotkin 22Sub/Jun Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Challenger 2016-07-13 2017-01-05
News Label - North America.png United States Zeyzal Tristan Stidam 25Sub/Sup EUnitedlogo std.png eUnited 2016-07-13 2016-12-08
News Label - Korea.png South Korea Rush Lee Yoon-jae (이윤재) 22Sub/Jun KTRolsterLogo std.png KT Rolster 2015-11-19 2016-07-16
News Label - North America.png United States Balls An Van Le 21Sub/Top Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Challenger 2013-05-23 2016-07-13
News Label - North America.png United States Hai Hai Du Lam 12Jungler Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Challenger 2015-07-03 2016-07-13
News Label - North America.png Canada Altec Johnny Ru 24Sub/Bot Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Challenger 2016-04-22 2016-07-13
News Label - North America.png United States Westrice Jonathan Nguyen 21Sub/Top Emberlogo std.png Ember 2015-02-?? 2016-01-07
News Label - North America.png United States Yusui David Bloomquist 23Sub/Mid Logo std.png GL AT MCDONALDS 2016-01-?? 2016-01-07
News Label - North America.png Canada Sheep Jamie Gallagher 25Sub/Sup Tempo Stormlogo std.png Tempo Storm 2015-04-?? 2016-01-07
News Label - North America.png Canada Hard Anthony Barkhovtsev 22Sub/Jun Echo Foxlogo std.png Echo Fox 2016-01-?? 2016-01-05
News Label - North America.png United States Solo Colin Earnest 21Sub/Top Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Tempest ????-??-?? ????-??-??
News Label - North America.png United States LemonNation Daerek Hart 15Support Cloud9logo std.png Coach 2013-05-23 2015-10-23
News Label - North America.png United States Yahoo David Chang 23Sub/Mid Retiredlogo std.png Retired 2015-03-?? 2015-06-??
News Label - North America.png United States Hai Hai Du Lam 13Mid Laner Cloud9logo std.png Manager 2013-05-23 2015-04-23
News Label - North America.png Canada LOD Benjamin deMunck 24Sub/Bot Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Tempest 2015-01-?? 2015-02-??
News Label - North America.png United States otter Brian Baniqued 24Sub/Bot Enemylogo std.png Enemy 2013-06-07 2015-01-??
News Label - North America.png United States Yazuki Gabriel Ng 21Sub/Top Retiredlogo std.png Retired 2014-01-?? 2014-??-??
News Label - North America.png United States MeyeA Abe Nguyen 25Sub/Sup Riot Games Inc.logo std.png Riot Games Inc. 2014-03-01 2014-??-??
News Label - North America.png United States Kez Kevin Jeon 22Sub/Jun Complexitylogo std.png compLexity Gaming 2014-01-?? 2014-05-??
News Label - North America.png United States MegaZero Patrick Glinsman 21Sub/Top Team SoloMidlogo std.png Team SoloMid 2013-05-31 2014-02-??
News Label - North America.png United States Balls An Le 11Top Laner Quantic std.png Quantic Gaming 2013-01-?? 2013-04-01
News Label - North America.png United States Meteos William Hartman 12Jungler Quantic std.png Quantic Gaming 2013-02-?? 2013-04-01
News Label - North America.png United States LemonNation Daerek Hart 15Support Quantic std.png Quantic Gaming 2012-12-04 2013-04-01
News Label - North America.png United States Hai Hai Du Lam 13Mid Laner Quantic std.png Quantic Gaming 2012-12-04 2013-04-01
News Label - North America.png Canada WildTurtle Jason Tran 14Bot Laner Team SoloMidlogo std.png Team SoloMid 2012-12-04 2013-03-25
News Label - North America.png United States Yazuki Gabriel Ng 11Top Laner Azure CatsLogo std.png Azure Cats 2012-12-04 2013-01-13
News Label - North America.png United States Nientonsoh Zach Malhas 13Mid Laner Azure CatsLogo std.png Azure Cats 2012-12-04 2013-01-13

Player LCS Participation

Player 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 EU NA Total
Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring Summer
# Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team
                                                       
Balls 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 43 FlyQuestlogo std.png 44 FlyQuestlogo std.png 0 225 225



Meteos 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 10 Cloud9logo std.png 44 Cloud9logo std.png 19 Phoenix1logo std.png 3 Phoenix1logo std.png 18 100 Thieveslogo std.png 0 196 196



Hai 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 8 Cloud9logo std.png 16 Cloud9logo std.png 43 FlyQuestlogo std.png 44 FlyQuestlogo std.png 18 Golden Guardianslogo std.png 0 231 231



Sneaky 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 44 Cloud9logo std.png 44 Cloud9logo std.png 45 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 0 289 289



LemonNation 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 43 FlyQuestlogo std.png 44 FlyQuestlogo std.png 18 OpTic Gaminglogo std.png 0 225 225



Jensen 18 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 44 Cloud9logo std.png 44 Cloud9logo std.png 45 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 0 187 187



Rush 18 Team Impulselogo std.png 18 Team Impulselogo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 0 54 54



Bunny FuFuu 12 Team Curselogo std.png 18 Gravitylogo std.png 18 Gravitylogo std.png 2 Cloud9logo std.png 16 Cloud9logo std.png 0 66 66



Impact 16 Team Impulselogo std.png 18 Team Impulselogo std.png 17 NRG Esportslogo std.png 44 Cloud9logo std.png 34 Cloud9logo std.png 31 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Team Liquidlogo std.png 0 178 178



Smoothie 15 Team Dragon Knightslogo std.png 1 Team Liquidlogo std.png 28 Cloud9logo std.png 44 Cloud9logo std.png 45 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 0 151 151



Ray 46 Apexlogo std 2.png 10 Cloud9logo std.png 14 Cloud9logo std.png 0 70 70



Contractz 44 Cloud9logo std.png 45 Cloud9logo std.png 18 Golden Guardianslogo std.png 0 107 107



Svenskeren 28 CHWLogo std.png 8 Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Team SoloMidlogo std.png 41 Team SoloMidlogo std.png 47 Team SoloMidlogo std.png 41 Team SoloMidlogo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 128 165 293



Licorice 18 Cloud9logo std.png 0 18 18



For a full chart listing all LCS players, click here.
Only regular season games are listed. Last update: after LCS Spring 2018

Organization

Current

C ID Name Position
United States Jack Jack Etienne Founder & CEO
United States Gaylen Gaylen Malone General Manager (LoL)
Canada David David Denis Sports Psychologist
South Korea Reapered Bok Han-gyu (복한규) 80Head Coach
South Korea RapidStar Jung Min-sung (정민성) 80Assistant Coach
Canada Jonathon Jonathon McDaniel Lead Analyst
United States Bunny FuFuu Michael Kurylo 80Streamer
France loulex Jean-Victor Burgevin 80Streamer

Former

C ID Name Position Next Team
United States Danan Danan Flander General Manager (Org)
None
France loulex Jean-Victor Burgevin 80Coach Cloud9logo std.png Streamer
South Korea Robin Lee Seung-hwan (이승환) Manager, Translator, & Analyst Cloud9logo std.png London Spitfire
South Korea Cain Jang Nu-ri (장누리) 80Assistant Coach Team Liquidlogo std.png Team Liquid
United States Bunny FuFuu Michael Kurylo 80Streamer Cloud9logo std.png Sub/Support
Belgium Olivier Olivier Debeuf Remote Analyst
None
United States Hai Hai Du Lam 80Chief Gaming Officer Cloud9logo std.png Jungle
United States Thinkcard Thomas Slotkin 80Analyst Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Challenger
United States Bubbadub Royce Newcomb 80Assistant Coach & Lead Analyst
None
United States Empiric Taylor Manuel Data Analyst
None
Canada Timkiro Timothy Cho Remote Analyst Echo Foxlogo std.png Echo Fox
United States Saiph Anthony Busack Remote Analyst Echo Foxlogo std.png Echo Fox
Canada Kubz Kublai Barlas 80Assistant Coach Nervlogo std.png Nerv
China Charlie Charlie Lipsie Content Creator Phoenix1logo std.png Phoenix1
United States JReborn James Roberts Remote Analyst Super Novalogo std.png Super Nova
United States LemonNation Daerek Hart 80Head Coach Cloud9logo std.png Cloud9 Challenger
United States Dan Dinh Daniel Dinh 80Life Coach & Mentor Team SoloMidlogo std.png Team SoloMid
United States Alex Penn Alex Penn Coach/Analyst Team Coastlogo std.png Team Coast

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
Tournament Results - Show Prize as (Local • USDEurosLocal • USD • EurosLocalUSD • Euros)
DatePlacePrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2018-09-16A11WCS logo small.png NA Regional Finals 20183 : 0Team SoloMidlogo std.png TSM
Toprole icon.png
 Licorice,
Junglerole icon.png
 Blaber,
Midrole icon.png
 Jensen,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Zeyzal,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered,
Coachrole icon.png
 RapidStar
2018-09-09A22$ 50,000$ 50,000$ 50,000NA LCS logo small.png NA LCS 2018 Summer Playoffs0 : 3Team Liquidlogo std.png TL
Toprole icon.png
 Licorice,
Junglerole icon.png
 Blaber,
Junglerole icon.png
 Svenskeren,
Midrole icon.png
 Jensen,
Midrole icon.png
 Goldenglue,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Zeyzal,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered,
Coachrole icon.png
 RapidStar
2018-08-20A22NA LCS logo small.png NA LCS 2018 Summer11 - 7Blanklogo std.png RR
Toprole icon.png
 Licorice,
Junglerole icon.png
 Svenskeren,
Junglerole icon.png
 Blaber,
Midrole icon.png
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Jensen,
Midrole icon.png
 Goldenglue,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Keith,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Zeyzal,
Supportrole icon.png
 Smoothie,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered,
Coachrole icon.png
 RapidStar
2018-03-24A55 - 6NA LCS logo small.png NA LCS 2018 Spring Playoffs0 : 3Team Liquidlogo std.png TL
Toprole icon.png
 Licorice,
Junglerole icon.png
 Svenskeren,
Midrole icon.png
 Jensen,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Smoothie,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered
2018-03-18A55NA LCS logo small.png NA LCS 2018 Spring11 - 7Blanklogo std.png RR
Toprole icon.png
 Licorice,
Junglerole icon.png
 Svenskeren,
Midrole icon.png
 Jensen,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Smoothie,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered
2017-11-04A55 - 8$ 197,879$ 197,879€ 170,175.94WCS logo small.png 2017 World Championship2 : 3Welogo std.png WE
Toprole icon.png
 Impact,
Junglerole icon.png
 Contractz,
Midrole icon.png
 Jensen,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Smoothie,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered
2017-09-10A11WCS logo small.png NA Regional Finals 20173 : 1Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.png CLG
Toprole icon.png
 Impact,
Junglerole icon.png
 Contractz,
Midrole icon.png
 Jensen,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Smoothie,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered
2017-09-03A55 - 6NA LCS logo small.png NA LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs1 : 3Dignitaslogo std.png d
Toprole icon.png
 Impact,
Junglerole icon.png
 Contractz,
Midrole icon.png
 Jensen,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Smoothie,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered
2017-07-07A11$ 20,000$ 20,000€ 17,542.49RR B logo small.png Rift Rivals 2017 NA-EU3 - 3Blanklogo std.png RR
Toprole icon.png
 Impact,
Toprole icon.png
 Ray,
Junglerole icon.png
 Contractz,
Midrole icon.png
 Jensen,
AD Carryrole icon.png
 Sneaky,
Supportrole icon.png
 Smoothie,
Coachrole icon.png
 Reapered
2017-04-23A22$ 50,000$ 50,000€ 46,600NA LCS logo small.png NA LCS 2017 Spring Playoffs2 : 3Team SoloMidlogo std.png TSM
Total Prize: USD 317,879

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Dan Dinh to coach Cloud9 na.lolesports.com
  2. Cloud9 and Unicorns of Love confirmed, get your tickets now! en.intelextrememasters.com
  3. Cloud9 begin open tryouts for challenger team dailydot.com
  4. Thank you Hai Cloud9.gg
  5. 5.0 5.1 Cloud9 LCS Announces Support/Jungler Tryouts cloud9.gg
  6. 6.0 6.1 Bunny FuFuu and Rush Agree to Terms with Cloud9 redbull.com
  7. 7.0 7.1 Impact & Meteos Join Cloud9 LCS Team! youtube.com
  8. Smoothie & Altec Join Cloud9 cloud9.gg
  9. Update on moving forward twitlonger.com
  10. Intel Extreme Masters Press Release intelextrememasters.com
  11. Selfie's Tweet twitter.com
  12. Cloud9 LoL Assistant Coach youtube.com
  13. Cloud9 LoL LCS Roster Update | Summer 2018 youtube.com
  14. Echo Fox's Tweet twitter.com
  15. Danan's Tweet twitter.com
  16. The Departure of Cloud9 Challenger cloud9.gg
  17. Phoenix1's Facebook Post facebook.com
  18. LiQuiD112's Tweet twitter.com
  19. Cloud9's Tweet twitter.com
  20. Cloud9 Acquires Licorice, Wiggily, and Selfie for League of Legends cloud9.gg
  21. Cloud9 Announces the Departures of Impact and Contractz cloud9.gg
  22. Cloud9 Acquires Svenskeren for League of Legends cloud9.gg
  23. Cloud9 LCS and Academy Roster youtube.com
  24. Cloud9's Tweet twitter.com
  25. Echo Fox's Tweet twitter.com
  26. Cloud9 LoL | Genesis Ep.9 - Reformed youtube.com
  27. Cloud9 on LoL Esports lolesports.com
  28. Reapered, Robin to Cloud9 LCS cloud9.gg
  29. Parting Ways with Cloud9 twitlonger.com
  30. Bunny FuFuu's Twitlonger twitlonger.com
  31. Cloud9 League of Legends Division Update cloud9.gg
  32. E-United Announces Starting Lineup for NA Challenger Spring Split (Update) pvplive.net
  33. C9 2017 LCS Roster Announcement youtube.com
  34. Krepo's Facebook Post facebook.com
  35. Cloud9 Welcomes HTC Into Esports cloud9.gg
  36. Krepo's Facebook Post facebook.com
  37. Thank you Hai cloud9.gg
  38. Incarnati0n officially joins Cloud9 dailydot.com
  39. Cloud9 Powered By Intel cloud9.gg
  40. Meteos Stepping Down cloud9.gg
  41. Nicolaj Jensen's tweet twitter.com
  42. MeyeA joins as sub facebook.com
  43. Link joing to replace Hai at All Stars Paris 2014l cloud9.gg
  44. Link joins Cloud 9 to compete in All-Stars Paris 2014 content.azubu.tv
  45. Nientonsoh Twitter Status twitter.com
  46. WildTurtle Replacing Chaox as Starter on TSM newsoflegends.com
  47. Quantic Gaming welcomes Cloud 9 quanticgaming.com
  48. Quantic Respond To Reports cadred.org
  49. Hai's Twitter post regarding Megazero Sub twitter.com
  50. C9's Facebook post regarding otter Sub facebook.com
  51. Cloud9 Facebook Post facebook.com

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