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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

Cloud9 bids farewell to CS:GO player Zellsis

He has been with the team since the end of 2018, but the roster are now looking for a fifth member for the rest of the year.

North American esports organisation Cloud9 has announced that they've parted ways with Jordan 'Zellsis' Montemurro, who has been with the team since the end of December and played during the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) Katowice Major and Eleague Invitational.

"I still have a lot to learn as a player, but it was an honor to spend my first major with such an incredible group of players. Thank you to everyone at Cloud9 for giving me this opportunity and I plan on coming back bigger and better than ever," Zellsis said.

"There's no question that we asked a lot of Zellsis with these three tournaments, and he rose to the challenge," CEO Jack Etienne added. "Even on the biggest stages, he remained level-headed and professional, traits that will be invaluable as his career progresses. We all wish him the best and look forward to our paths crossing again."

Cloud9 also adds that they're looking for a fifth member of the team now, and that fans should stay tuned for an announcement with regards to that.

Who should they recruit?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Photo: Cloud9

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