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Complexity Gaming Bench jks And es3tag



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North American organization Complexity Gaming started to compete at the high level of Counter-Strike when they established the ‘Juggernaut’ roster back in late 2019, and they started to contest for the trophies so quickly.

Unfortunately, the roster had been struggling to find its true form following the online era, and the organization made many roster changes this year to get back to the top once again. However, it didn’t happen as expected.

At first, they parted ways with their support player William “RUSH” Wierzba, then it followed the departures of Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke, who struggled with health issues before his departure, and AWP player Valentin “poizon” Vasilev.

In the meantime, they added Patrick “es3tag” Hansen, Justin “jks” Savage, and the Brazilian legend Marcelo “coldzera” David as a stand-in. Recently, they even parted ways with their in-game leader, Benjamin “blameF” Bremer.

While the community was still hoping that Complexity Gaming would revamp the roster with the rest of the talented players, the organization announced yesterday that es3tag and jks moved up to the inactive roster.

Furthermore, Complexity Gaming revealed that this doesn’t mean their departure from the Counter-Strike scene as they are aiming to stay in the game and prepare their options for the next year.

Complexity Gaming announced:

Today we are announcing that jks & es3tag have been moved to our inactive roster while we seek to find them new homes.

Complexity remains committed to CSGO and will be evaluating multiple options as we prepare for 2022. Thank you for your continued support.”

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