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Complexity Gaming CS:GO Player blameF About Their Bad Performances: “We Haven’t Been Able To Find Success Or Comfort”

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Benjamin Vang Bremer, known as “blameF,” is a 23-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing under Complexity Gaming jersey for over one year. In his career, he earned over $130.000 from the events.

As you might remember, Complexity Gaming has been suffering due to roster changes for a few months. First, oBo decided to leave the roster and the juggernauts decided to add NaToSaphiX as a stand-in. Afterward, jks joined the team, but poizon got hospitalized recently and they agreed with ottoNd as a stand-in.

Because of that, Completely Gaming couldn’t be able to show their true power in the tournaments, and blameF decided to share his feelings on Twitter after losing against Team Vitality at IEM Global Challenge.

In the post, blameF mentioned that they haven’t been able to find success or comfort, both as individuals and as a team following the several roster changes. Afterward, he admitted that he will be experiencing a really tough player break for this year.

Here is what blameF said:

“0-2 vs Team Vitality, we haven’t been able to find success or comfort, both as individuals and as a team, since all the changes in the team and it shows. Ggs gonna be a rough player break.”

You can check out the post below.

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