Cloud9 announced it will officially part ways with Robin "flusha" Rönnquist. Flusha will be replaced by Maikil "Golden" Kunda Selim in the organization's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. 

Flusha and Cloud9 parted ways, the organization announced Saturday. It explained the change in its CS:GO roster will also allow it to welcome back Golden to the team, after taking a break for his own health. According to Cloud9, Golden passed all medical exams and will resume his position back in the team effective immediately. 


"Flusha is a one-of-a-kind player and it’s been an incredible opportunity working with him, he’s done so much for the sport," Cloud9 CEO Jack Etienne said. "We’re also thrilled to get Golden back, I don’t think anyone is more excited than Golden himself, so we’re looking forward to putting on a strong showing the next time out."


"My time with Cloud9 has come to an end, it has been a great experience all around. Even though it had its challenges, this time of my life is something I will always value highly," flusha said.

Flusha seems to be taking a break from CS:GO. 


Cover photo courtesy of Cloud9