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Autimatic ruined his own career
United States rightarcleft 
He should had left when tarik and s2k left, and find a team to keep his skill sharp and relevant instead of lulling around ruining his own career that eventually led to his current form. Now he is washed up and stuck while the other 2 are in good (my definition : better than average) teams, wasted talent. I don't know how much C9 is paying him during the inactive period, but it better have been good.
2019-10-14 08:36
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Russia ToughGuy 
2019-10-14 08:40
South Africa nimmaJ 
If hes truly a great player then he has plenty of time
2019-10-14 08:42
He is stuck in elo hell. Please help automatic the true asian rice master
2019-10-14 08:45
autimatic_1_major_g2_0_majors} cry is free
2019-10-14 09:38
kennyS 1 major :o cry is free
2019-10-14 09:47
United Kingdom Klashnekoff 
be reet pretty sure c9 paying him bank
2019-10-14 09:49
United States Trump2020KAG 
I hope liquid don’t -Naf +Auti
2019-10-14 09:52
Russia YQKKE Q_Q 
what is career? if he's relevant on job market around pros then he actually didn't ruin anything if you meant talent then again no. cuz you need a few years of constant losing of motivation and dissapointing in game and if you talking about rating shit then it's actually depending on his team/role also and org staff understand what is team chemistry i guess i don't think this c9 roster will go far, but i have no doubt he will find himself somewhere
2019-10-14 10:36
Washed up lmao
2019-10-14 10:37
Canada kniGhtlife 
Has a major. Part of both of Cloud9's S-Tier tournament wins. Nope, didn't ruin his career. Oh, btw, if he gets a [extroverted] personality, he can work in esports for life. Ezpz.
2019-10-14 10:40
Japan eternaL_ 
True tbh. Credit to him for his loyalty and his patience towards teammates around him constantly coming and going but he would be on a t1 team if he had worked harder imo. He’s so talented, if he grinded out I swear he’d be one of the best in NA. I don’t blame him for his decisions, he must’ve had his reasons, maybe he really loves C9 and wants to do well at the organisation that gave him so much. But it’s his decisions in the end and those are what have made his career what it is today so there’s nobody else to blame really.
2019-10-14 11:41
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