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RUSH Leaves Complexity Gaming, es3tag Joins The Juggernauts



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Complexity Gaming announced roster changes on their CS:GO team by sharing a new post on their official Twitter account.

William Thomas Wierzba, known as “RUSH,” is a 27-year-old American CS:GO player who is one of the first major winners in the North American scene with Cloud9. Recently, he had been playing for Complexity Gaming.

On the other hand, 25-year-old Danish player Patrick “es3tag” Hansen proved his talent to the community with his time in Astralis last year. Afterward, he joined Cloud9’s roster but they couldn’t perform in the tournaments, so the organization disbanded the team.

In the first year that Complexity Gaming signed their juggernauts back in 2019, they were considered as the top 5 teams in the CS:GO scene. However, the online era caught juggernauts off-guard.

The roster has been struggling for a year now, and the organization decided to bring new blood to the team with the addition of es3tag. Unfortunately, their long-time player RUSH had to leave the roster with this decision.

Last year, the organization also parted ways with their young talent Owen “oBo” Schlatter, and signed Justin “jks” Savage. With this new roster, they have more experience and fire-power to compete at the top once again.

“After close to 2 years with Complexity, we are going our separate ways,” RUSH said on his departure. “Its crazy to think I spent all of COVID hopping from hotel to hotel in the EU. I had hoped we would achieve more with this roster, but we simply didn’t meet our expectations time and time again.”

“I wish we could have made it work, because we were so close so many times,” he continued. “But in the end, nothing lasts forever and a change was needed in the roster. Best of luck to my teammates and the org! Currently evaluating all my options while I try to enjoy the rest of my break.”

Complexity Gaming is now:

  • Valentin “poizon” Vasilev
  • Benjamin “blameF” Bremer
  • Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke
  • Justin “jks” Savage
  • Patrick “es3tag” Hansen

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