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[CS:GO] Will Complexity Gaming show potential at Eleague?


In 2003, Warden from CompLexity dominated the North American Counter-Strike 1.6 scene with the help of Fr0d, and other legends on the former Complexity roster.  Matt “Warden” Dickens has stepped in as the coach for CompLexity Gaming, and is focused on shifting the roster for their upcoming week on ELeague.

The roster of Complexity has changed multiple times, due to players changing to other organizations. TSM acquired four players from CompLexity, which made it difficult to form the roster that could truly live up to the CompLexity name.  Following the departure of Sohan “Valens” Chowdhury in the end of November, Kory “Semphis” Friesen and Tim “automatic” Ta was also announced to be leaving the organization on the CompLexity website.  Amidst all of the roster changes, Danny “fRoD” Montaner from the legendary CompLexity roster announced he would be making a come back, and would be starting on the roster.

The CompLexity team is currently living in their gaming house in Houston, Texas, and is lead byRory “Dephh” Jackson.


The CompLexity roster consists of:

Joshua “Sancz” Ballenger

Rory “Dephh” Jackson

Kia “Surreal” Man

Brad “Androidx23” Fodor

Shawn “Witmer” Taylor

Matt “Warden” Dickens (Coach)


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