fREAKAZOiD departs C9 CS:GO Roster

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CSGO: fREAKAZOiD leaves C9 Cloud9_logo.svg Ryan “fREAKAZOiD” Abadir is no longer part of Cloud9’s starting CS:GO roster, the organization announced Tuesday. fREAKAZOiD joined Cloud9 in April 2015. He helped the team finish first at the Spring iBUYPOWER Invitational 2016, and sixth in the North American division of the ESL ESEA Pro League Season 2. “Abadir’s tenure with the team consisted of many memorable performances, as he was an integral asset to the team’s success across the summer of 2015,” Cloud9 stated in their press release. “Since joining the roster in the spring of 2015, Abadir has had an impact on the CS:GO scene and each of his Cloud9 teammates.” According to the release, fREAKAZOiD is still contracted to Cloud9 for the rest of 2016 and the beginning of 2017. The organization is fielding offers from other teams. When fREAKAZOiD first joined Cloud9, their roster was considered to be among the stronger teams in North America. However, the team has failed to make their presence known in the international scene. The team recently placed 13th-16th at the MLG Major Championship: Columbus after going 0-2 in their group and failed to qualify for DreamHack Masters Malmö. Team Liquid’s Eric “adreN” Hoag will be standing in for Cloud9 while they find a more permanent fifth man. adreN recently competed with Liquid at the MLG Major Championship: Columbus, where he helped the team place 3rd-4th and secure Legend status. Liquid recently replaced adreN with Kenneth “koosta” Suen, but fielded adreN at the Major due to roster lock-in regulations. fREAKAZOiD was recently fined one month’s salary by Cloud9 for having a “verbal altercation” with Liquid’s Aleksandr “s1mple” Kostylev. His fine was split between two anti-bullying charities, and fREAKAZOiD attended an anti-bullying seminar.  

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