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Poizon Leaves Complexity Gaming, Allu Joins As A Stand-In



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Valentin Vasilev, known as “Poizon,” is a 22-year-old Bulgarian CS:GO player who had been playing for Complexity Gaming since November 2019. Before that, he was playing for Windigo Gaming.

For over a year now, Complexity Gaming has been dealing with roster changes due to injuries and visa issues. Once everybody thinks that the roster is stable, the new update hits the community, unfortunately.

Most recently, the organization announced the departure of Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke, who is currently replaced by Marcelo “coldzera” David that is not under contract with Complexity Gaming.

Yesterday, Complexity Gaming revealed on their official Twitter account that they decided to part ways with their AWP player Poizon, and former ENCE player Aleksi “allu” Jalli will be standing in as he loaned from ENCE.

While the organization was saying that Allu will be playing at IEM Winter closed qualifier, Poizon thanked Complexity Gaming and what they have done for him so far. Also, the talented AWPer mentioned that he is going to take a rest until 2022.

Thank you Complexity, Jason Lake, and Beef for the opportunity you gave me and for everything you did for me,” poizon said. “Looking forward to 2022. Taking some days off for now and we will see what’s coming up next.”

Complexity Gaming announced:

Thank you poizon for being a part of our journey. We appreciate all you have done for us and wish you the best on your future endeavors.

For the upcoming IEM Winter closed qualifier, allu will be joining our team on loan from ENCE.”

Complexity Gaming is now:

Benjamin “blameF” Bremer
Justin “jks” Savage
Patrick “es3tag” Hansen
Marcelo “coldzera” David (stand-in)
Aleksi “allu” Jalli (on loan)

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