It’s Official: Cloud9 VALORANT Parts Ways With Yay After 5 Months

Several sources told Dot Esports that one of the finest VALORANT players in the world and the North American club Cloud9 have voluntarily decided to separate ways. The release that ended yay’s contract with the organisation was signed by both sides. Performance-related problems weren’t the reason for the release of yay. The player will no longer be associated with Cloud9 in the future.

Cloud9 is expected to begin trials next week to complete the roster. Despite rumors, there are no other roster changes planned for the team at the time of publication. One of the players expected to trial is former OpTic Gaming star Marved, multiple sources told Dot Esports.

Marved is one of the few players without a buyout following his release from OpTic. He has yet to play professional VALORANT since last year.

Yay remains one of the best players in the game. He will look to find another team prior to the start of the Americas league.

Cloud9 is the major first team to conduct a roster change this year, even before the first international event of the year has concluded. The VCT LOCK//IN tournament, which began earlier this month, saw Cloud9 eliminated in the second round.

Cloud9 was defeated by DRX on Feb. 18 to be eliminated from the event.

The move, which was one of the changes discussed following the team’s elimination from LOCK//IN, was reported by journalist Max Katz and Dot Esports on Feb. 23.

Cloud9 is set to compete in the Americas region international league, which will begin on March 26 and conclude on May 28.

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