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Complexity gaming have revealed their new fifth as Benjamin “blameF” Bremer. The Counter-Strike divisions roster has been up in the air in recent weeks after a poor performance at the StarLadder Major in Berlin.

blameF was most recently a member of Heroic where he served as the squads in-game leader. This role had been taken over by Rory “deph” Jackson on the Complexity lineup following the departure of Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz who now leads the recently revealed Evil Geniuses lineup.

At this time it is unknown as to what other changes will be coming if any to the Complexity lineup. One player that rumors are claiming is safe in this rostermania is Owen “oBo” Schlatter who is being viewed as a young and upcoming “franchise” player.

A shakeup was expected following tweets from Complexity CEO Jason Lake following the organizations elimination in Berlin.

I love our players as individuals but these results won’t be tolerated.” While many owners or coaches may have stopped there, Lake explained exactly what he meant.

If you’re a Tier 1 player looking for a fresh start at the best facility in the world, HMU. I’ll pay your buyout and give you the world’s highest salaries,” he continued. Lake is tired of losing and this tweet shows just how exhausted he is.

blameF shared his thanks to Heroic in their post making regarding his sale to Complexity.

A big thanks to Heroic for believing in me and taking a chance on me earlier this year. They have showed nothing but respect and support every step of the way, and I am happy to have had this experience. The Heroic management have constantly reminded me how much faith and belief they have in me, and that has been a crucial part of my development to who I am today,” he said.

A big thanks to every player and coach I have been playing with under heroic, each of them have taught me a lot and I truly appreciate every one of them.

Current Complexity CS:GO lineup:

 Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan
 Rory “dephh” Jackson
 Hunter “SicK” Mims
 Owen “oBo” Schlatter
 Benjamin “blameF” Bremer

 Jamie “keita” Hall (coach)

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