David "Diamond" Bérubé is the support for Cloud9 Academy. He was previously known as t3azer and Kabigon.
Diamond joined Team Confound in February 2015, the day before they were acquired by the Team SoloMid organization and renamed to TSM Darkness. Despite losing to Cloud9 Tempest in the NACS Spring 2015 Qualifier, the team qualified for the NACS season when it was revealed that Cloud9 Tempest had used a ringer in one of their matches. At the time of the acquisition by TSM, Diamond renamed to Kabigon but then played in the Challenger series under the name t3azer.
Prior to the fourth week of the Challenger series, t3azer leaked scrim footage of games between TSM Darkness and CLG Black to Bee Sin from Team Fusion, prior to CLG Black's games against Team Fusion in the fourth week. A few days after those matches were played, t3azer's actions were revealed to the public. As a result, TSM dropped their sponsorship of TSM Darkness, and the team played their last week in the NACS without t3azer and later held tryouts to replace him when they renamed to Elomingle. t3azer remained a substitute for the team through two more renamings: first to Magnetic prior to the NACS Summer Qualifier and then to Team Imagine after they qualified for the season. t3azer left the team shortly after the start of the summer season.
- Has played under the IDs Diamond, Kabigon, and t3azer.
- This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
|Diamond (David Bérubé) Tournament Results|
|2018-11-17||3|| NASG 2018||NASG OCN|
|2018-09-09||5 - 8|| Dreamhack Montreal 2018||ABL|
|2018-02-11||1|| LAN ETS 2018||TAIN|
|2017-09-10||5 - 6|| Dreamhack Montreal 2017||DZG|
|2015-03-25||5|| NACS 2015 Spring|2 - 8RR |TSM Drk|
Big ol Ron,
|2014-04-13||4|| NACS 2014 Spring Playoffs||Crs A|
|2014-03-28||3|| NACS 2014 Spring Series 2||Crs A|
|2014-03-02||2|| LAN ETS 2014||LES |
Ken Kire Moth,
|2013-12-15||7 - 10|| North American Challenger League|6 - 20RR |COG|
|2013-08-11||2|| ggLA Challenger Arena #2||COG|
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