CS:GO: Shroud Spends Most of His Time Playing PUBG After Leaving Cloud9

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Shroud during an interview after a CS:GO game.

Cloud9’s CS:GO team has been losing members left and right recently. One of the members, Shroud, has been playing since CS:GO’s launch. His original claim to fame was through his Twitch stream and skill displayed at ESEA-M with the team Slow Motion. Known for his clutches and accuracy, Shroud was a very valuable member of the team. After Slow Motion, he went through a few teams, including compLexity and Exertus. Once compLexity was acquired by Cloud9, he was signed permanently. He was the second longest standing member of the team, only beaten out by n0thing until they were both replaced very recently by RUSH and Tarik.

Shroud is still active on his Twitch stream, and is still partnered with Cloud9 on it. Instead of continuing to grind out CS:GO, Shroud has been playing mostly PUBG, one of the most popular games in the world right now. He has also mentioned in a tweet that he wants small single player story games to play after PUBG during nighttime streams. Shroud has also uploaded highlight videos from PUBG to his Youtube channel in addition to his normal stream highlights. His last video involving CS:GO was a video detailing why he left Cloud9.

If you want to catch Shroud during a stream, he’s playing PUBG almost nightly on his Twitch channel. In addition to this, his Youtube channel also has reaction videos and PUBG specific videos, so his content is accessible to most people.

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