theScore esports Daily (Sept. 25): flusha joins C9, Nate Hill and FunkBomb reprimanded following Fortnite Fall Skirmish cheating allegations

by Dimitri Pascaluta Sep 25 2018
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C9 sign flusha, release STYKO

Robin "flusha" Rönnquist is the newest member of Cloud9's CS:GO team.

Following yesterday's news that flusha would be standing in for Cloud9 at the upcoming BLAST Pro Series Istanbul, the organization has officially announced his permanent addition to their roster.

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Nate Hill suspended, FunkBomb banned after allegedly cheating on stream

Fortnite competitors Trevor "FunkBomb" Siegler and FaZe Clan player Nate Hill have been banned and suspended, respectively, for allegedly cheating on stream during a Fall Skirmish event last week. The punishments were incurred after FunkBomb allegedly supplied information to Hill after he'd already suffered an in-game death.

Epic Games has prohibited Hill from competing in Fall Skirmish events until Oct. 11, the player announced Tuesday on his stream, and FunkBomb has been removed from the Dusty Dogs Club and is no longer able to participate in Fall Skirmish events.

Hill an apology and provided his own account of the offense in a reddit post on Saturday.

Envy reportedly intends to re-enter CS:GO with a jdm-headed lineup

Citing "multiple sources close to the organization and players,"'s Jarek "DeKay" Lewis reported on Monday that Team Envy intends to re-enter CS:GO with a North American roster made up of Josh "jdm64" Marzano, Kory "SEMPHIS" Friesen, Steve "reltuC" Cutler and Taylor "Drone" Johnson.

DeKay released a separate report on Tuesday that the team's fifth and final spot will be filled by Noah "Nifty" Francis.

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