Skadoodle: Currently inactive with CS:GO and the future is uncertain


One of North America’s finest sniper, Tyler “Skadoodle” Latham announces his retirement from the competitive Counter-Strike: Global Offensive scene and he’s no more part of the active Cloud9 roster.

Skadoodle declined to explain the decision. He just tweeted that his future in CS: GO is vague.

Skadoodle achieved the biggest win of his career on Jan. 28, when Cloud9 won the ELEAGUE Major: Boston. They became the first North American roster to ever win a Major event. He was also the longest standing player on the Cloud9 CS:GO roster.

Additionally—as Stewie2k is rumored to join the Brazilian squad along with FalleN, Fer, Coldzera & Boltz—Cloud9 have reportedly been looking to find a Swedish replacement, Richard “Xizt” Landström. Cloud9 are in the midst of negotiations with Xizt’s former team NiP as the 27-year-old is still under contract with the Swedish organization, HLTV reported.

According to insiders, Cloud9 may lose another player. The 24-year-old is being replaced by former Team Liquid AWPer Josh “JDM” Marzano, according to DBL Tap.

Cloud9’s roster now consists of :

  • United States Jake “Stewie2k” Yip
  • United States Timothy “autimatic” Ta
  • United States Villas “RUSH” Wierszba
  • United States Tarik “tarik” Celik



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Pranav Nalawade

Pranav Nalawade

Mostly known as PN. I love to edit CS:GO movies. An experience of over 5 years working with the best in the country. Working as a senior production manager at TalkEsport from 2013 to present.