It’s been almost a year since the Complexity CEO, Jason Lake took to Twitter to make it clear he wasn’t going to accept mediocre results from the team. Many felt that it was too harsh publicly criticizing their players like that, but it seems Jason Lake knew what he was doing.
In his tweet, he called all T1 players who want a fresh start at the best facility in the world, to message him and he’ll pay for their buyout and give them the world’s highest salary. He ended the tweet with: “Let’s build a juggernaut.”
Complexity is a team with a huge fan base and a passionate and loyal following. Their fans engage with them by purchasing their merchandise, following their streams, buying the skin associated with Complexity, and even bet on them when there are tournaments.
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Complexity was always one of the biggest CS: GO teams in the world but have been struggling in the past year. This is how they turned their fortunes.
Reboot Of The Complexity Team
Five players were in the old Complexity team, and four of them got released.
Complexity released these players:
- Shahzeeb “ShahZam” Khan
- Hunter “SicK” Mims
- Ricardo “Rickeh” Mulholland
- Rory “dephh” Jackson
After that, Complexity went searching for talent in Europe and North America.
Over the next five months, the new Complexity team was created:
- William “RUSH” Wierzba
- Valentin “poizon” Vasilev
- Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke
- Benjamin “blameF” Bremmer
- Owen “oBo” Schlatter (the only one who survived the ramp-up)
Benjamin “blameF” Bremmer is the in-game leader of the team, and looking from the outside, he was the most important person for the recent success of Complexity, which culminated with Complexity winning the BLAST Premier spring finals title.
Of course, not all praise should go to the in-game leader. The whole team looks like the perfect package. They are the closest thing to perfection if any group can be called complete.
The chemistry between these players is fantastic, and it’s bringing results.
At the start of 2020, the team was more reliant on individual plays, and there were obvious communication mistakes in their gameplay. Nowadays, Complexity is different. They play as a team and make only a few communication mistakes.
One particular player also stood out. It was William “RUSH” Wierzba who is playing the role of the site anchor. He used to have below 50% opening duel percentage. However, it’s like he is a new person and is taking down with him one or two attackers each round before dying.
Overall, Complexity seems to be a fantastic team now, and we wish them all the best in their future!