After an almost flawless run at the IEM autumn 2021, followed by a 9-11. Prior to the ongoing negotiations with Complexity, several reports confirmed that a variety of teams had reached out to the Danes to buy them out of their contracts until the Texas-based organization emerged and led the group.
Previously known as “Juggernaut”, Complexity revised its line-up in 2019 with four new players, including BlazeF, Will “RUSH” Wierzba, Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke, Valentin “poizon” Vasilev and Owen “oBo” Schlatter in the lead role of the roster .
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Since the overhaul, Complexity has never found a top position with just a single championship at the BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Finals. After their victory, Complexity experienced a plethora of temporary changes in the faces of Niels Christian ‘NaToSaphiX’ Sillassen, Jakob “JUGi” Hansen and Otto “ottoNd” Sihvo, who stepped in while poizon and k0nfig were on sick leave.
Patrick “es3tag” Hansen, who previously played for Heroic, Astralis and most recently Cloud9, found a new home at Complexity in July, only to be put on the transfer list after just four months at jks’ side Fault F. and Poizon were also released from their contracts after an unsuccessful run at the European RMR event before the ongoing PGL Stockholm Major. As of now, jks is the only player from the previous squad who remains under contract with his current ex-team after NiP signed es3tag.
Copenhagen Flames actually managed to turn some heads from their recent appearances, particularly the recently concluded PGL Major and the RMR event that led to it.
If Complexity takes over Copenhagen Flames, their roster for 2022 would look like this:
- Rasmus “HooXi” Nielsen
- Fredrik “roeJ” Jørgensen
- Nico “nicoodoz” Tamjidi
- Rasmus “Zyphon” Nordfoss
- Jakob “jabbi” Nygaard
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