Jordan N0thing Gilbert

Jordan ‘n0thing’ Gilbert

By: EsportsOnly.Com
Mar 13, 2017

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Jordan ‘n0thing’ Gilbert

Jordan Gilbert known as ‘n0thing’ is a dedicated CS:GO gamer with C9, playing the role of a lurker. He started out his career with CheckSix Gaming, making a name in the esports scene to becoming the experienced gamer we know today.

Nothing is very experienced and makes time to stream, teach and compete in Counter-Strike:Global-Offensive events. Gilbert invented the Flashbang Dance in celebration of winning esports tournaments.

Where it all began:



When Jordan was about nine, his older brother introduced him to Counter-Strike 1.6. What attracted him to video games was different tactics to ultimately win the match. He liked gaming so much he would practice ten to twelve hours a day to be the best player.

The Team:

Cloud 9 is a North American esports organisation that supports squads in Hearthstone, LOL, Smite, Super Smash Bros, Dota 2, Halo and Overwatch.

Cloud 9 Team

Cloud 9 CS:GO was originally made up of the North American squad, Complexity created in August 2014, after Jack Etienne attended EMS One: Katowice 2014. The current roster consists of nOthing, Shroud, Skadoodle, Stewie2K and Autimatic.

Competition Participation:

Gilbert’s first successful tournament was back in 2008, the IEM II Global Challenge Los Angeles, where he competed for United 5, finishing in twelfth place.

The most recent CS:GO tournaments nOthing and his unit C9 have attended were the Starladder iLeague StarSeries Season 3, IEM Masters XI and DreamHack Masters. Through his professional gaming career, nOthing and C9 have beaten some of the best world famous CS:GO teams like Team Solomid, SK Gaming, Team Liquid, Renegades, Team Dignitas and Mousesports.


The greatest win for nOthing and the rest of Cloud 9 was the ESL Pro League Season 4 – finals. C9 defeated SK Gaming with a score of 2:1, taking home the first prize of $200K.

The second outstanding performance for Jordan and his unit was the premier match, iBUYPOWER Cup. The grand finals featured C9 that defeated Team Liquid with the score 2:1, winning a prize of $65K.