Michael “Uber” Stapells is the newest player under the CompLexity’s Counter-Strike tag. He will replace Josh “Sancz” Bellenger, which will remain in the organization as a backup player until he is able to sign with another team.
Uber is one of the leading Canadian Counter-Strike players that recently played for Selfless. Uber helped his team compete in Cologne Americas Minor Championship, where the team took fourth place overall, and 2nd in their group. Selfless qualified for DreamHack Austin 2016, in which the team took 5th-6th place at the event.
Prior to his time at Selfless, Uber competed with Enemy to earn their first-place spot at the Columbus Americas Minor Championship. It has been confirmed that Uber will be moving into the CompLexity’s gaming house in Texas to prepare for ELeague, and other major events that they will be competing in.
Complexity has a rough season, as they placed 17th-22nd in their first season in ELEAGUE.
According to Matt “Warden” Dickens:
“Having five players live in the team house has been a priority of mine,” he said in a statement, “as I firmly believe it will only take our team to the next level.”