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Crems leaves Cloud9 EU Overwatch team

Crems left Cloud9's EU Overwatch team.
Crems left Cloud9's EU Overwatch team.

Carl “crems” Aspehult announced Tuesday he is no longer part of Cloud9’s Overwatch team and is searching for a new one.

As a talented flex player, Crems has been active in the European circuit since 2016 with S2gods, and he made a name for himself after he became a part of Laser Kittens in March. Cloud9 purchased Laser Kittens’ roster last month and has played in Season 1 of Overwatch Contenders, though the roster makeup has not been clear.

Ryan “CrusaDe” van Wegen parted ways with the team last week. Cloud9 also has an Overwatch League team and has not made any announcements about that roster. The organization announced through a forum post on Inven it was seeking Korean players for the team. Meanwhile, Cloud9’s players for Overwatch Contenders in Europe include Lane “Surefour” Roberts from its North American roster and a handful of players that aren’t listed on the team’s website such as Alberto “neptuNo” González, Jared “zombs” Gitlin, Phillip “Kragie” Krag, Indy “SPACE” Halpern, and Michael “MikeyA” Adams.

Cloud9 was also reportedly in a bidding war for Jay “sinatraa” Won, who eventually signed with NRG Esports.


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