After the announcement of the game ‘Halo Infinite‘, many esports organizations have formed their Halo roster for upcoming tournament. One more name has been added in the list. Cloud9 has announced their return to the competitive Halo scene.
- Braedon StelluR Boettcher
- Kevin Eco Smith
- Zane Pznguin Hearon
- Jonathan Renegade Willette
- Emanuel Hoaxer Lovejoy ( coach)
ABOUT THE TEAM
With over a decade of experience in competitive Halo circuits, Cloud9 is ready with their newest faces who will make waves right away. StelluR and Eco are the season veterans at 2017 Halo World Championship where they finished at 3rd place with Team Liquid, they also brought the title and $500,000 prize home at the 2018 Halo World Championship.
Pznguin has also played for Team Liquid during 2017 Halo World Championship and maintained a top 4 ranking throughout the whole season. Pznguin also secured 1st place at Red Bull Rise Till Dawn 2019 Halo 3 Tournament. With these additions, it seems that Cloud9 will be one of the top contenders for the title of Halo Infinite.
If we look at the coach for the team ‘Emanuel Hoaxer Lovejoy‘. He started as a coach in 2011 where he placed 4th at the MLG Providence ’11 BiC FLEX4 FFA Nationals. Hoaxer had led the team to new heights since he transitioned to coaching. Hoaxer coached teams also took 4th place at the 2018 Halo World Championship and a 3rd place finish at the HCS Finals 2018.
Cloud9 is one of the biggest esports organization in the world, founded in 2013. Cloud9 owns multi-gaming teams and content creators. At this time, Cloud9 is competing in the following games: Fortnite, VALORANT, League of Legends, Rainbow Six Siege, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Overwatch, Super Smash Bros Melee, Heartstone, PLAYERUNKNOWN’S BATTLEGROUNDS Mobile, World Of Warcraft and Teamfight Tactics.