Sadly for most of his fans, but we all have to respect a grown man’s decision. Shroud will no longer compete on a professional level, saying that he always wanted to be what Summit1G is today. His only wish is to become one of the best streamers on Twitch, and therefore he’ll no more compete professionally under Cloud9.
Jonathan ‘n0thing’ Gilbert has made the same decision, and both of them are going to be replaced by Rush and Tarik. This changes appeared to happen right before the ESL One New York Closed Qualifier.
— Cloud9 (@Cloud9) August 15, 2017
Back to the subject, Shroud has been receiving pretty good support by fans, and he’s probably experiencing his lifetime success at this moment. He has never achieved something similar to this since he started streaming back in the days. Shroud Subscriptions and donations are all over the stream, constantly. Knowing Shroud as a humble person, he should get all the support in the world. #GG Shroud and good luck on achieving your future milestones. We assume that ‘n0thing’ will dedicate on Twitch as well becoming his full-time job.
Do not forget to visit Shroud’s Twitch channel. His PUBG games are excellent, and you might learn something out of them. Ofc, if you’re a PUBG player.
No wonders, it’s sad to see two good CS:GO players separating from the pro scene. However, as we said, it’s their own decision, and our job as fans is to only support them on whatever is about to come. Good luck to both of them!