Cloud9 's Zach " Sneaky " Scuderi is known for his popular gender-bending League of Legends-themed cosplays. The popular AD carry has decided to branch out into other games this time around. Sneaky wore the look for HyperX's charity stream over the weekend, and the video was immediately met with admiration from his fans and his team, who tweeted back the traditional "you're so hot brother" meme. Some Twitter users were even convinced Sneaky was a female cosplayer, and his fans had to correct them. It just goes to show how convincing his new look was. Complete with a Poke ball on his lap, Sneaky wore a stylish black leather jacket and a short pink dress, accurately portraying Marnie's punk rock fashion choices. Early in November, Sneaky took a break from sharing his cosplays to open up about the amount of bullying he'd experienced since Cloud9 failed to make an impact at the World Championship Sneaky followed up the heartfelt tweet by adding that no team plays perfectly all the time. Instead, a good team is defined, he explained, by "sticking together" to get through "shitty situations. But apparently his teammates were feeling more similarly to Sneaky's haters than to him.
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The year-old has been a staple of the franchise for the last half-decade, winning multiple North American LCS championships and representing NA at multiple World Championships. During that time he's become one of the most mechanically gifted players to ever grace the Rift, known for his top-tier laning, unparalleled macro play and a fair share of Barons stolen from across the map. It doesn't matter if he's playing Jhin, Kai'Sa, Jinx or Ezreal, the meme king never wants to let his fans down. Thanks to his success on the big stage, Sneaky has grown an organic audience streaming on Twitch. Fans come to his channel four or five times a week by the thousands to watch Challenger-level League play, banter and even cosplay. Playing the same game for hours on end at a professional level can get stressful and tedious, but Sneaky loves the professional grind.
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