Vincent Cervoni 
Free Agent
Will sit out at CS:GO Asia Championships
June 11, 2018
Happy will not be traveling with the team to the upcoming CS:GO Asia Championships in Shanghai, according to a report from HLTV,org.
The reason is unknown as to why Happy will not be attending the event with the current line-up as xms and SIXER will replace the 26-year-old along with RpK for the $300,000 event. HLTV.org has confirmed the line-up change prior to the event from the tournament organizer's directly.
Not happy about the 2-0 loss
April 25, 2018
Happy posted a 39/34 KD on Tuesday in a 2-0 loss to Heroic in Week 7 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
Happy got the start needed to put Heroic on their heels early with a clean 4-0 lead on the T-side of Train. Heroic came back and hit hard on the CT-side to give Happy a run for his money, in which his economy was shattered to result in a close 8-7 half. The two sides tried to establish a lead early on but to no avail, as Happy fired back but came up short for a 16-14 loss. He then moved to Cobblestone, where he spent the majority of the first half trailing Heroic for a 9-6 half. From there, the second half was eventually claimed by Heroic, who saw the 2-0 series win after their 16-13 bout on Cobble.
Didn't show up on Overpass
April 22, 2018
Happy posted a 32/30 KD on Friday in a 2-0 loss to FaZe Clan in the Group A decider match at DreamHack Masters Marseille.
Happy kicked things off on their map pick Train, where Happy came out of the gates to pick up a quad kill on the retake outside to secure the pistol. He followed up with an anti-eco win but FaZe quickly returned to secure the third round. Happy and his men were then in control of the majority of the CT-side before FaZe finally settled with the 8-7 half. Happy then popped out of the second half to help win five straight before FaZe struck back to stun nV and take the series lead with a 16-14 win. Crushed on his map pick, Happy continued to have a rough series on Overpass as he could only muster up three rounds in the 16-3 loss to the exit.
Sends G2 packing
April 19, 2018
Happy earned a 21/13 KD on Wednesday in the 16-7 win over G2 Esports in the Group A elimination match at DreamHack Masters Marseille.
Happy began the series on Cache, where his smooth start allowed he and his men to secure a massive 9-0 lead on the CT-side. G2 managed to contest for a few rounds, but Happy was keen on his defensive stance en route for a 12-3 lead at the half. G2 carried their final round win in the first half into the second as their French counterparts won four straight. Happy then turned around to put the final nail in the coffin and helped secure four straight to secure the win, posting an 88.4 ADR along the way.
Unable to break free on Inferno
April 3, 2018
Happy posted a 33/34 KD in the 1-1 split against FaZe Clan on Tuesday in Week 5 of ESL Pro League Season 7.
Happy's best-of-two series started on the lighter side of things as his CT-side marched through the first half of Cache en route 13-2 lead. Happy continued to play his game through the second half with a confidence T-side to pick up the remaining three rounds needed to take the series lead, 16-5. With confidence mounting for the French, Happy unfortunately could not turn around the close rounds in the pistol and the following anti-eco's to results in a 3-0 deficit early. Happy was able to get the entry-kills needed but the follow up couldn't support his work as the first half went to the CT-side 11-4. From there, the momentum was shot as FaZe's T-side picked up the remaining five rounds to take the split, 16-6.
Short of a win in Game 2
December 3, 2017
Happy posted a 35/41 KD on Sunday with a semifinal loss to Natus Vincere 2-0 at DreamHack Open Winter.
Happy could not find a way to stop the Na'Vi offense on Overpass and took a massive 13-2 deficit going into the second. With a rough start, Happy finally got his offense back into the game at the start of the second half, winning nine out of twelve rounds. However, the second half comeback was cut short as Happy took a 16-11 loss, posting a 17/21 KD and 66.5 ADR. In Game 2, Happy picked up the lead early in the first half for a clean 2-0 start on the defense. Although Happy managed to keep his defense above high waters as Na'Vi trailed in the first half for an 8-7 score. Once again, Happy go the offense going with a strong and aggressive start in the second half. Picking up six rounds, Happy eventually saw the lead begin to dwindle as Na'Vi overcame the odds and picked up nine rounds to edge the series on Nuke 16-14.
Happy advancing into the semis
December 2, 2017
Happy posted a 19/17 KD on Friday after the 16-12 win over mousesports at DreamHack Open Winter.
Happy shut down the defense of mouz in the first half of Train taking a massive 9-0 lead early. The offense ran by Happy seemed to be flawless until the late rounds where mouz finally picked up a couple of rounds but nothing more. A comfortable 13-2 lead seemed a little too comfortable as mouz pick up five offensive rounds to kick off the second-half. Although Happy did return the favor in Round 21 with a quick rotation to the B-bombsite to edge for a defuse. However, Happy couldn't hold off mouz once again as the economy was reset. Finally, Happy saw another rotation coming into play and countered his opponents to pick up the last two rounds to take Train 16-12, posting a 64.7 ADR and advancing to the semifinals.
Couldn't close in double OT
November 14, 2017
Happy posted a 31/32 KD on Tuesday with a 22-20 loss to SK Gaming in Group A of IEM Oakland.
Happy started the best-of-one series on Cobblestone with a 3-0 deficit over the defense early. However, in Round 4 Happy held off the B-bombsite push to finally get on the board. He then contributed to the four-round streak that eventually turned into the 4-3 lead. Both teams then traded rounds but SK slowly took the lead in the first half 8-7. Going into the second half, Happy lost the second pistol round but returned with a force-buy that kept the team in contention. Although the game tied 9-9, SK again pulled away slowly with the lead but Happy kept close quarters. Despite taking map point advantage, Happy rallied his team to fire back and close out the last three rounds to force overtime. The extra rounds were contested but Happy kept his team in the game forcing another set of overtime rounds. Neck-to-neck Happy came up short of a win after unable to get past the defense for a 22-20 loss.
Couldn't perform on Overpass
October 15, 2017
Happy picked up an even 37/37 KD on Wednesday in a 2-0 loss to FaZe Clan in the ELEAGUE Premier quarterfinals.
Happy was able to have a firm control in the first half of Nuke for the offense to keep a steady tie on FaZe early on. However, his offense did give up a few rounds late that would give FaZe the 8-7 lead going into the second. Unfortunately, FaZe decided to overhaul the second half with an offensive seven-round streak to reach mappoint. Although Happy was able to hold the line for five rounds on a broken FaZe economy, the streak stopped short for a 16-12 loss. Game 2, Happy clutched the last-minute FaZe diffuser on the B-bombsite to secure the pistol round win. However, Happy struggled to get his offense to win more than two rounds in the first half on Overpass for a 13-2 score at the half. He then won one round in the second half as the FaZe offense would then close out the series with a 16-3 blowout.
Not so happy with loss
September 1, 2017
Happy posted a 22/23 KD on Day 1 of DreamHack Masters Malmo with an EnVyUs loss to Fnatic 16-13.
Happy picked up an entry kill into the A-bombsite in the pistol round, but the round ended in a loss. However, his entry kill into the B-bombsite paid off, as the bomb planted to force his opponent to engage battle, which resulted in a frag to even the score 1-1. Round 4, Happy picked up a double in an anti-eco round to extend the lead by two rounds 3-1. Round 11, Happy picked up a double entry kill on the B-bombsite to ensure the plant for the round secure. After the 9-6 score at the half, Happy finally got the team on the board in Round 19, breaking the tie with a double-kill hold on the B-bombsite. However, only a couple of defensive rounds stood a chance before Fnatic took off with the lead for the win 16-13.
Eases past SK in win
May 31, 2017
Happy posted a 13/10 KD on Wednesday, Day 2 in a 1-0 win over SK Gaming in the ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals.
Happy contributed to the massive performance in the first-half showing on the offense to take a massive 12-3 over SK at the half. Happy supported the team in the late-round hold and post-plant scenarios and even kept up with the fast-paced first half for the massive 6-0 lead early. Happy then closed out the half with a massive lead and carried the momentum into the second half with a four-round shutout to take the match 16-3 over SK Gaming, earning a solid 74.4 ADR in the dominant win.
Dominates in win over Immortals
May 31, 2017
Happy posted a firm 22/11 KD on Wednesday, Day 2 in a 1-0 win over Immortals in the ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals.
Happy had an alarming start to Cobblestone with a great first-half performance on the offense to open up the bombsite and control the drop area for the massive 13-2 lead at the half. Happy only misfired in the two rounds lost, and he kept his overall composure throughout the dominance in the first half and carried it over into the second. The second half was a quick three-round shutout as Happy advanced on the defense to close out the match 16-2, earning a runner-up ADR of 116.6.
Big in late round to close out win
May 30, 2017
Happy posted an 18/19 KD for EnVyUs on Tuesday, Day 1 in the ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals with a win over Cloud9.
Happy battled back early after Cloud9 spoiled the pistol round win on Cobblestone with three straight of their own to steal the lead. Happy fired back to win five straight for the 6-3 lead, including his Round 6 triple kill to break the defense on the B-bombsite hold. Happy ended the half on a high note with a 9-6 lead and headed into the second half with a smooth start. Although the smooth start didn't last as Cloud9 pestered their way back into the frame by winning five rounds on the offense. Happy had just enough economy left for a full buy that helped the team close out the last two rounds to take the match 16-11. Happy contributed a runner-up 91.9 ADR against Cloud9.
First half hiccup in match loss
May 30, 2017
Happy posted an 18/18 KD for EnVyUs on Tuesday, Day 1 in the ESL Pro League Season 5 Finals with a loss to Fnatic.
Happy took a rough first half deficit for the defense unable to hold off the Fnatic offense down 12-3. Happy struggled in the first half to read Fnatic's offense and to counter on the late pushes that won most of the rounds. Happy didn't really start making an impact on the game on the offensive side in the second half to have a come back over the defense. With six rounds accounted for and Happy racking up the kills that led to rounds won, Fnatic closed out the map 16-9 before EnVyUs could win anymore. Happy posted a runner-up 87.2 damage dealt with Fnatic in the loss.
Late Game 1 surge not enough in 2-0 loss
May 20, 2017
Happy posted a 29/40 KD on Wednesday in a tough 2-0 series loss to FaZe Clan in the Esports Championship Series Season 3.
Happy had a solid start to Inferno winning the pistol round and the two anti-ecos for the early 3-0 lead. However, Happy struggled to read the defense of FaZe Clan after the buy rounds, which led to FaZe taking he majority of the half. Happy took a massive 11-4 blow in the first half, but the second half seemed to be promising. They won 10 rounds in the second half to tie the game 14-14 late. Happy posted a 17/22 KD and 71.6 ADR in the second half comeback that came short to a 16-14 loss in Game 1. Game 2 saw Happy fail on the defensive side only holding FaZe Clan off for three rounds in the 12-3 finish at the half. Unfortunately, Happy didn't live up to his name in the second half due to four straight sad round losses that closed out the game 16-3 in favor of FaZe, posting a 12/18 KD. Happy inflicted the most damage against FaZe clan for an 86.0 ADR on Train.
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