The removal of the in-game leader is a result of "differences in philosophies" between him and the team, which "proved to be too great to form the cohesion Cloud9 needed" to accomplish satisfying results.
FNS's short stint with the squad ends after less than two months, during which they placed 5th-8th at DreamHack Masters Marseille and exited two tournaments in a row in the group stage, IEM Sydney and ESL Pro League Season 7 Finals.FNS' stint with Cloud9 comes to an abrupt end
The Canadian will still travel to London for the ECS Season 5 Finals, which are set to begin on June 8, with Tarik "tarik" Celik retaking the in-game leadership role at the event.
Cloud9's roster currently is:
Soham "valens" Chowdhury (coach)
Pujan "FNS" Mehta (inactive / transfer listed)