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Cloud9 Unveils Complete Roster for the 2024 LCS Spring Season

Cloud9 Unveils Complete Roster for the 2024 LCS Spring Season

Cloud9 has finally confirmed their full roster for the 2024 LCS Spring Season, following weeks of speculation. The team welcomes veteran mid laner Joseph Joon “Jojopyun” Pyun, who joins Cloud9 after a long and successful career on Evil Geniuses, where he won the LCS in 2022. With Jojopyun’s arrival, Cloud9’s roster now looks stronger than ever, and expectations are high for the upcoming season.

The full Cloud9 roster for the 2024 LCS Spring Season is as follows:

  • Top Laner: Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami
  • Jungler: Robert “Blaber” Huang
  • Mid Laner: Joseph Joon “Jojopyun” Pyun
  • Bot Laner: Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol
  • Support: Philippe “Vulcan” Laflamme

Jojopyun has built a reputation as the best mid laner North America has to offer, with a diverse range of skills and a large champion pool at his disposal. His experience with Evil Geniuses has showcased his adaptability and ability to thrive in various team compositions, making him a valuable addition to the Cloud9 roster.

Jojopyun joins C9 and finishes the roster. | © Riot Games

In a short tweet, Jojopyun [confirmed]

The announcement and expressed his excitement in joining the team. Fans have also been treated to an official [C9 Jojopyun announcement trailer] which further showcases the mid laner’s talents and personality.

This new roster comes after Cloud9’s domestic success in the 2023 LCS Spring and Summer splits, where they secured first place with Zven and Emenes, and finished second in the LCS Championship. However, their international performance fell short, with a 6th place finish at MSI and a 12th place finish at Worlds. These results have sparked the need for change in the team’s approach to compete on a global scale.

The full Cloud9 roster for the next season will be:

Top Laner Ibrahim “Fudge” Allami
Jungler Robert “Blaber” Huang
Mid Laner Joseph Joon “Jojopyun” Pyun
Bot Laner Kim “Berserker” Min-cheol
Support Philippe “Vulcan” Laflamme

As two heavyweight franchises, Evil Geniuses and Golden Guardians, exit the LoL esports scene, Cloud9’s new roster stands out as a formidable force within the weakened North American league. Their main competition likely comes from NRG, the reigning LCS Champions who boasted the longest Western run at Worlds 2023.

In a statement from Cloud9’s coach, he said, “Our new roster combines versatility, raw talent, and a wealth of experience that we believe will make us a powerhouse not only domestically but in the international scene as well. We’re excited to work with Jojopyun and see what this new lineup can accomplish.”

Given the team’s revamped roster and ambition to make an impact on the global stage, it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Cloud9 claim the North American League title this upcoming season. However, their ability to break the eastern dominance at international tournaments remains to be seen. Regardless, fans and esports enthusiasts have a thrilling season to look forward to, as Cloud9 takes on the competition with their revamped lineup.

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