The future of Jordan Montemurro «Zellsis» would continue to be in the elite of the North American VALORANT scene. According to Dot Esports journalist George Geddes, Cloud9 will sEsports ExtrasZellsis to complete its squad for the VALORANT Champions Tour (VCT) of 2023. The organization would close the transfer market with only two changes compared to its previous squad. C9 is one of five North American clubs accepted into the VCT’s new franchise system.
Zellsis is considered one of the best starters in all of North America. However, player development was not easy. The American fully immersed himself in VALORANT in September 2020 after returning to Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS:GO) temporarily for three months. Since then the initiator has played mainly in Version1, a club with which he has come to compete internationally in the Masters of Reykjavík of 2021. This last August he played the Last Chance Qualifier (LCQ) with Sentinels on loan.
In the case of confirming his arrival, Zellsis would get in VALORANT to sEsports Extrasfor Cloud9 when in CS: GO it was not possible. The initiator was during a testing period at the beginning of 2019, coming to dispute with C9 the Intel Extreme Masters (IEM) of Katowice or the ELEAGUE. In any case, on stage the American would have familiar faces when he coincided with Anthony Malaspina «vanity«, in-game leader (IGL) that you played with in Version1.
Zellsis would be with Jaccob Whiteaker «yay«, OpTic Gaming player who would finally choose to stay in North America, Cloud9’s only signing for the 2023 VCT. On September 22 both Rahul Nemani «curry»as Mitch Semago«mitch» announced that they were open to new offers to leave C9. This left the club with vanity, Erick Bach”Xeppaa“and Nathan Orf”leaves» as active players in the team. Both OpTic and Version1 are two of the clubs that have been left out of the new franchise system.