COUNTER-STRiKE

PLAYERS

Cvetelin Dimitrov

CeRq

Originally from Bulgaria, CeRq moved to the US at a young age to pursue his CSGO career. The team’s designated AWPer, you can always count on him to hit his shots. His abilities have earned him recognition at international events such as IEM Shanghai 2018 where he won MVP. His most notable victory was at ESL One Year York 2019, which was his first tournament under the EG banner.
Cvetelin Dimitrov

CeRq

Originally from Bulgaria, CeRq moved to the US at a young age to pursue his CSGO career. The team’s designated AWPer, you can always count on him to hit his shots. His abilities have earned him recognition at international events such as IEM Shanghai 2018 where he won MVP. His most notable victory was at ESL One Year York 2019, which was his first tournament under the EG banner.
Vincent Cayonte

Brehze

Brehze has been teamed with CeRq for over two years and his roster consistency also extends to his in-game abilities. Only four years into his career, he’s proven himself as a huge threat by always putting up numbers. Known for being an all-around outstanding player, Brehze is the superstar you can trust to pull clutch up for your team. He won MVP for ESL One New York 2019.
Vincent Cayonte

Brehze

Brehze has been teamed with CeRq for over two years and his roster consistency also extends to his in-game abilities. Only four years into his career, he’s proven himself as a huge threat by always putting up numbers. Known for being an all-around outstanding player, Brehze is the superstar you can trust to pull clutch up for your team. He won MVP for ESL One New York 2019.
One of North America’s most decorated CS:GO players, Jake joins us after a three-year journey with Team Liquid, during which he achieved the Intel Grand Slam after victories in Sydney, Dallas, Montpellier, and Cologne. The Major winner looks to start fresh and reestablish NA’s place as an internationally competitive region. Jake’s experience will be a valuable asset as he heads up the new roster and reunites with some old faces.
One of North America’s most decorated CS:GO players, Jake joins us after a three-year journey with Team Liquid, during which he achieved the Intel Grand Slam after victories in Sydney, Dallas, Montpellier, and Cologne. The Major winner looks to start fresh and reestablish NA’s place as an internationally competitive region. Jake’s experience will be a valuable asset as he heads up the new roster and reunites with some old faces.
Timothy Ta

Autimatic

After winning the ELEAGUE Major Boston in 2018, Tim was rated as one of the 20 best players of the year by HLTV. He stuck around in the North American CS scene for a few more years, but upon the announcement of VALORANT in 2021, tried his hand at Riot’s new creation. Reuniting with one of his Major winning brethren, he ground the first year of the VCT with T1. After the first year, though, Tim was itching to return to CS:GO, and when the opportunity presented itself to join such a storied organization, he couldn’t pass up the opportunity.
Timothy Ta

Autimatic

After winning the ELEAGUE Major Boston in 2018, Tim was rated as one of the 20 best players of the year by HLTV. He stuck around in the North American CS scene for a few more years, but upon the announcement of VALORANT in 2021, tried his hand at Riot’s new creation. Reuniting with one of his Major winning brethren, he ground the first year of the VCT with T1. After the first year, though, Tim was itching to return to CS:GO, and when the opportunity presented itself to join such a storied organization, he couldn’t pass up the opportunity.
William Wierzba

RUSH

Following the dissolving of his Major-winning roster, Will forged his own path, joining the international roster of Complexity. Competing in Europe for most of his time, Will found success at the BLAST Spring Finals in 2020. After a rough run in 2021, Will began to look back fondly on his time in North America and sought the opportunity to rejoin a primarily-North American roster. When Evil Geniuses confirmed they were picking up his fellow Major champions in North America, the script seemed to be set for a fairy tale reunion of the Cloud9 core.
William Wierzba

RUSH

Following the dissolving of his Major-winning roster, Will forged his own path, joining the international roster of Complexity. Competing in Europe for most of his time, Will found success at the BLAST Spring Finals in 2020. After a rough run in 2021, Will began to look back fondly on his time in North America and sought the opportunity to rejoin a primarily-North American roster. When Evil Geniuses confirmed they were picking up his fellow Major champions in North America, the script seemed to be set for a fairy tale reunion of the Cloud9 core.

ACHIEVEMENTS

1st
June 21, 2020
BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Finals
1st
August 29, 2020
ESL One: Cologne 2020 Online – North America
1st
July 5, 2020
cs_summit 6 Online: North America
1st
October 10, 2019
StarSeries & i-League Season 8
1st
September 19, 2019
ESL One: New York
1st
September 10, 2011
ESEA Season 9