After another reasonably uninspired year, Cloud9 will be restructuring its entire CS: GO department and will be working with each player on the lineup to discover them a new group to call home.

” We’re getting in a new phase in our CS: GO advancement, and we’re truly delighted to reveal our fans and community what we have actually been working on,” C9 CEO Jack Etienne said. “We’re grateful to our existing lineup and all their difficult work and determination– as we enter this next chapter, we’re dedicated to finding them a brand-new home that will empower their ongoing growth.”

The last time C9’s CS: GO team went through such an extreme modification was at the start of 2020, when the organization signed the entire roster of ATK. This roster had a few decent provings at ESL One: Roadway to Rio The United States And Canada, DreamHack Masters Spring 2020 North America, and Flashpoint Season One.

Unfortunately for fans, the team didn’t carry out well enough to stand up versus the rest of the world’s elite and hovered as a mid-tier team for the majority of the year. This marks the 4th time that C9 will be revamping its CS: GO department in the last two years.

Ever since the 2018 Boston Major, C9’s different roster models have never ever truly returned to that very same Major-winning level. The company had a hard time to discover real stability with its rosters after that initial 2018 lineup split apart, and consistent roster modifications avoided any synergy from being constructed.

The group will expose more information in the coming months as it searches for success as soon as more in a ever-evolving CS: GO scene.