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Complexity Reveal 2022 CS:GO Roster

DBLTAP logo DBLTAP 1/18/2022 Ralston Dacanay

The former Extra Salt trio of Johnny “⁠JT⁠” Theodosiou, Justin “⁠FaNg⁠” Coakley, and Ricky “⁠floppy⁠” Kemer, former FURIA AWPer Paytyn “⁠junior⁠” Johnson, and Team Liquid rifler Michael “Grim” Wince will compete for Complexity Gaming CS:GO in 2022, the North American organization announced Tuesday.

The move officially confirms reports in recent weeks that after their deal to sign the Copenhagen Flames fell through, Complexity is going with an all-American unit, one that "both highlights promising regional talent and an unrivaled competitive drive."

"Complexity has been embedded in North American Counter-Strike since 2003,” said Complexity CEO Jason Lake. “We’re taking the knowledge and experience that we’ve gained over the past 18 years to support the North American region. This group of young, determined players has an unrivaled competitive drive, and we’re proud to have them represent Complexity on the CS:GO circuit."

The newly signed squad is said to be relocating to Frisco, Texas, to train and utilize the physical and mental health resources available at the organization’s HQ facility.

"Growing up in the Counter-Strike scene, Complexity has always been a revered name — both as a fierce team to beat and a proving ground for players to shine on,” floppy said. “I’m looking forward to growing with this new roster and being part of a team that will continue to inspire North American fans and players."

With Grim replacing Edgar “MarKE” Maldonado and junior filling the gap of Josh “oSee” Ohm from the Extra Salt core, Complexity will make their official debut at Funspark ULTI.

The new active Complexity CS:GO roster is:

  • Johnny “⁠JT⁠” Theodosiou (IGL)
  • Justin “⁠FaNg⁠” Coakley
  • Ricky “⁠floppy⁠” Kemer
  • Paytyn “⁠junior⁠” Johnson
  • Michael “Grim” Wince
  • Tiaan "⁠T.c⁠" Coertzen (Coach)

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