The huge Nuke blunder vs Faze
I talk about how the team played on the first day of the PGL Major 2022 in Antwerp and what the rest of the tournament is going to look like.
An overview of the team and players so you know what to expect going into Cloud9's major run.
WE ARE BACK AND WITH THE 2ND BEST TEAM IN THE WORLD. I CAN'T BELIEVE IT!
Coming from a very execute based team to a team that is much more feel based, how was that transition? It was definitely a different system vs what I was personally used to. Doesn't mean it was bad or anything, I was able to
A 10 part series on the old Cloud9 CSGO team with videos on their overall strengths and weaknesses, their structure, individual players, etc. The most in depth look into Cloud9
No more waiting around for hours trying to download demos one at a time. Download demos automatically from HLTV for a specific team or through adding your own links and
This team had potential and was not given enough time to hit it.
In episode 9 of the C9WIN podcast, I talk about if Cloud9 needs to make a roster change, signing oSee, clowning on player salaries, why its taking so long to gel, and upcoming ESL Pro League
In this episode I talk about why es3tag is taking over awping, how Alex performed on the awp, what I think our roster needs the most, IEM results, and upcoming ESL Pro League
In this episode I talk about Alex's awping debut and the highs and lows of that, talk through each match from cs summit 7, and preview the upcoming IEM Katowice event.
In the sixth episode of the #C9WIN Podcast, I talk about Cloud9's first match vs Furia, discuss the roster changes that happened, how that changes the roles on the team, and what to expect from the team.
In the fifth episode of the #C9WIN Podcast, I grade HenryG's performance as the new GM of Cloud9, talk about Kassad leaving and why that could have not worked out, who I think the new coach should be, and recap the last event of the year, 9to5.
In this episode of the C9WIN Podcast, I talk about the what the massive improvements from Flashpoint 2 to Blast/Dreamhack. What maps are their strongest and why. What maps I think they should play and ban. And discuss Mezii and if teams will adjust to Alex's lurks.
In the third episode of the C9WIN Podcast, I talk about the what I saw at Flashpoint 2, what to look for in the upcoming matches, the new Stratus program, and a potential update on the old roster.
In the second episode of the C9WIN Podcast, I talk about the roster as a whole, what maps I expect to play, the infamous 6th player, and some other topics.
Talk about the old roster, the new roster as a whole, and the positions expectations.
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I got a chance to ask Tiaan, the Head Coach of Cloud9's Counter-Strike team, a few questions about the team, the thoughts behind their strategies, and how he got the players to buy in to a 'team over player' mentality:
I believe there is a very good chance Cloud9 plays Nuke vs Dignitas on Friday. It is Dignitas' most played map and Cloud9's perma ban is Mirage, so, I think
NIP is Cloud9's next opponent at IEM Katowice. Over the last 3 months, NIP has perma banned Dust2. They played Mirage 5 times (1-4), Train 4 times (2-2), Vertigo 4
With Astralis being Cloud9's next opponent, I am going to attempt a scouting report on them. In doing so, I downloaded every map they played for the last 6 months
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