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Complexity Signs Peacemaker As A New Coach



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Luis Tadeu, known as “Peacemaker,” is a 33-year-old Brazilian CS:GO coach who had worked for the teams like MAD Lions, Heroic, Team Liquid, and more. Recently, he was working for Imperial Esports.

Complexity Gaming, on the other hand, builded a new roster through late 2019 and suddenly become one of the best teams in the world. Unfortunately, the tournaments went online due to the coronavirus outbreak last year, and the team struggled to perform.

To make the roster better, Complexity Gaming added Justin “jks” Savage and Patrick “es3tag” Hansen while parting ways with Owen “oBo” Schlatter and Will “RUSH” Wierzba. However, this wasn’t the only change they made.

About a week ago, the organization decided to part ways with their long-time coach, Jamie “keita” Hall, and they had been looking for someone to replace him. Yesterday, Complexity finally found the last piece of the puzzle.

While sharing a new post on Twitter, Complexity Gaming welcomed their new coach Luis “peacemaker” Tadeu. With this addition, Complexity Gaming completed their roster before the player break ends.

“I’ve prepared myself for an opportunity like this in recent years thanks to the people who have helped me become a better version of myself every day,” Peacemaker said. “We’re into something truly special and I’m not going to stop until I get this roster all the way to the very top.”

Here is the official announcement from Complexity Gaming:

“Please welcome peacemaker as the new head coach for Complexity. Excited to follow your leadership.”

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