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stunna leaves Cloud9

by Daniel Rosen Jul 26 2016
Thumbnail image courtesy of Cloud9

Cloud9 CS:GO team manager Tres "stunna" Saranthus has left the organization, according to an announcement Tuesday.

stunna joined C9 in August 2014, along with the rest of C9's initial CS:GO roster which was acquired from compLexity Gaming. Just two players from that original roster as still with the organization — Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert and Michael "shroud" Grzesiek.

"My time with Cloud9 has come to an end," stunna said in a press release. "During my tenure as a manager, I have worked with some of the brightest minds in the industry. I took on an evolving role within a growing industry and I hope I’ve helped pave the way for others interested in team management.

"There are many stories over the course of my travels that will be forever memorable. I wish the players and staff of Cloud9, both past and present, the most good luck and fortune that I can send their ways."

In their press release, C9 said that stunna would be pursuing other opportunities within the esports industry, though it is unclear whether he has found a new organization.

While stunna was with C9, the team qualified for six Majors. The current roster recently placed 5th-8th in the ELEAGUE Season 1 Playoffs and 13th-16th at the MLG Major Championship Columbus.

Daniel Rosen is a news editor for theScore esports. You can follow him on Twitter.

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