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k0nfig Leaves Complexity Gaming Amid Astralis Rumors



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Kristian Wienecke, known as “k0nfig,” is a 24-year-old Danish CS:GO player who had played for teams like Team Dignitas, North, and Optic Gaming in the past. Since November 2019, he had been playing for Complexity Gaming.

About two months ago, k0nfig went inactive in the Complexity Gaming roster after breaking his wrist due to falling in the airport. Since then, he has been trying to recover and return back to the server.

Complexity Gaming announced that they will be playing with stand-ins until k0nfig fully recovers, and they firstly played with Niels Christian “NaToSaphiX” Sillassen ESL Pro League Season 14.

After the tournament ends, the North American organization agreed with Marcelo “coldzera” David as a stand-in for the rest of the tournaments. During this period, it was also rumored that k0nfig agreed with Astralis and set to join the Danish organization.

Yesterday, Complexity Gaming announced on their official Twitter account that they parted ways with k0nfig because he wanted to continue on a different path in his career, which might confirm the Astralis rumors.

“Thanks Complexity for being a great home. Thanks to the team, great friendships, and incredible teammates,” k0nfig farewelled to his teammates. “I wish you guys the best and hopefully our paths will cross. I’ll regain strength for next year and show dominance.”

“Thanks for our time together, you are without a doubt the best player ive ever played with,” blameF paid his respect for k0nfig. “Also, thank you for always showing such a good attitude towards me even from day one. You are a world-class teammate bossman and you deserve to be recognized as one of the best. Love you.”

Here is the official announcement from Complexity Gaming:

“Today, we say goodbye to the SP34RM4N as he has chosen a different direction for 2022. We wish you the best of luck moving forward, k0nfig.”

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