As the highest rated North American free agent this year, Infinite should be a valuable addition to the team
Dust2.us has confirmed with ex-Cloud9 that the team plan on staying together moving forward, including Joshua "oSee" Ohm, who remains under contract with Cloud9. To round out their roster, the team have brought on Gage "Infinite" Green to fill Ricky "floppy" Kemery's spot in the lineup.
The American-South African lineup that played under Cloud9 were recently dismissed from the organization in dramatic fashion following breaches of Cloud9's COVID-19 policies. As a result, questions were raised about the team's ability to stay together as the South Africans need P-1 visas to be able to compete in North America. Dust2.us knows the South Africans are currently exploring options regarding their P-1 visa status in order to remain in North America.
The addition of Infinite to replace floppy comes as little surprise as Infinite is no stranger to the majority of the team, having played with oSee and Ian “motm” Hardy on multiple occasions over the course of the past three years, notably on Singularity, Etherian, and Bushido Boyz. Additionally, he recently played with Johnny “JT” Theodosiou in ESEA Autumn Cash Cup 1.
Regarding the addition of Infinite, oSee told Dust2.us:
I’ve played with infinite in the past and I think he’s a perfect fit for our team and plays a lot of the roles that floppy did on our team, so it was a no-brainer to go with him. He has a lot of experience with some of the players on the team so I think it’ll be a smooth process to implement him into the team and I’m excited to see what we can do with our new 5th.
ex-Cloud9 are now:
- Johnny “JT” Theodosiou
- Ian “motm” Hardy
- Aran “Sonic” Groesbeek
- Joshua "oSee" Ohm (Under contract with Cloud9)
- Gage "Infinite" Green
- Tiaan “T.c” Coertzen (Coach)
This new-look ex-Cloud9 will be making its debut tomorrow in Mustache Masters 2020. If you would like to donate to the event, you may do so here.