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k0nfig Stands Down From Complexity Gaming Temporarily Due To Hand Injury



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Kristian Wienecke, known as “k0nfig,” is a 24-year-old Danish CS:GO player who has been playing for Complexity Gaming since November 2019. Previously, he was playing for Optic Gaming and North.

Complexity Gaming has made an official roster update yesterday and announced that k0nfig won’t be competing with the roster for a short period due to a minor hand injury, and they will be playing with a stand-in.

Furthermore, this also means that Complexity Gaming couldn’t find their fresh start once again. Before that, whenever Complexity Gaming was ready to grind, they had faced some problems within the roster.

First, Owen “oBo” Schlatter stepped down from the roster in September 2020, and they signed Justin “jks” Savage in the next month. When they were going to compete in 2021, Valentin “poizon” Vasilev had to step down temporarily as Jakob “JUGi” Hansen played for him.

Afterward, Complexity benched Will “RUSH” Wierzba and signed Patrick “es3tag” Hansen last month. Unfortunately, the team couldn’t find a chance to get a fresh start after the player break because this time, k0nfig is the one who won’t be participating in ESL Pro League.

Complexity Gaming revealed that they will be playing with a stand-in until k0nfig recovers. However, the North American organization didn’t reveal who will be playing yet, but it will be announced in further days.

Here is the official announcement from Complexity Gaming:

k0nfig suffered a hand injury from a minor accident this past week and is home in Denmark recovering. We will be playing with a stand-in until further notice. We wish a speedy recovery for Kristian, and look forward to playing in ESL Pro League.”

You can check out the announcement below.

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