Blazt
Rasim Ogresevic 
USA
G2
Joining G2
October 25, 2018
Blazt will join G2 ahead of the start of the competitive CoD season.
ANALYSIS
G2 will make its way back into Call of Duty after leaving the space during the Infinite Warfare season. Blazt will be teaming with a plethora of his former eRa/Reckless teammates, as both Ricky and Decemate will join him on G2, alongside veterans Chino and Faccento. It's a unique combination, but oddly one that could wind up fitting together better than most people predict, as the S&D presence will surely be one of the strong suits of this roster.
Enters restricted free agency
September 5, 2018
Blazt announced he has entered restricted free agency ahead of the Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 competitive season.
ANALYSIS
Blazt is another high profile player tagged with the restricted free agency moniker, as other organizations will likely need to pay a hefty price to acquire the young slayer from compLexity. Blazt played up to his vast potential at the 2018 Call of Duty World Championships, as he finished with a cumulative 0.91 KD across 19 maps. Blazt's reputation as an excellent S&D player was true throughout the pivotal tournament, as the young player finished with a 1.09 KD, including a scintilating 13/7 line against FaZe Clan in the opening pool play match. Blazt figures to be a hot commodity for a team looking to build around youth, and as a result, it would be stunning to see him kept off a Pro League team by the start of the new competitive season.
A lot of good in loss
August 15, 2018
Blazt played very well but they still lost 3-1 to FaZe Clan on Day 1 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Blazt was really good for (most) of this match, despite it ending up in the loss column for compLexity Gaming. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him run out to a hot start and never really stop, as he led his team with 35 kills in the round, as well as leading the lobby in Hardpoint time with 1:49. He was an excellent two-way player, and it seemed as though he would lead them to a round win. FaZe Clan would come roaring back to take the round out from under their noses, however. He continued his hot start into Round 2 Search & Destroy, netting an incredible 13 kills in the round. Unfortunately for him, Replays one upped him, netting 15 kills, and that slight difference was big. Neither team had any big second player, so it was really a neck-and-neck battle between the two. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Blazt continue to slay well, netting a solid 21 kills in the win. He was a big part of their staunch defense, as compLexity locked down the map once they took the lead. Round 4 Hardpoint was Blazt worst showing, and a lot of that was due to his late round performance. He was fine early on, playing well despite compLexity being out of it. They ended up losing rather handily, and Blazt faltered down the stretch.
Fails to engage
July 12, 2018
Blazt fell flat in a 3-1 loss to UNILAD eSports on Thursday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Blazt failed to make much impact for compLexity Gaming despite his best efforts. Blazt, as usual, attempted to bait for Dashy and Ricky, using his aggression to distract the enemy as his teammates lined up shots. However, UNILAD eSports were more than willing to meet him head-on, running a triple-SMG set-up to slay and take map control. Blazt was unable to withstand the enemy's assault, resulting in awkward respawn rounds such as Round 1 Hardpoint and Round 4 Hardpoint. In both rounds, Blazt was unable to win duels to land hill rotations and spawns, resulting from his over-extension into UNILAD Esports' defenses.
Does good things despite loss
July 12, 2018
Blazt was hardly a passenger in the 3-2 loss to OpTic Gaming on Day 2, Week 7 of CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Blazt and compLexity Gaming struggled in Round 1 Hardpoint. They fell behind 200-90, and they could not get back into the round; the deficit was just far too great. Blazt was rather nondescript in the loss, going 26/29 with 16 seconds on the objective. He did some good things in the slaying department (he was second on the team there) but he was far too inconsistent to do much against the balanced OpTic attack. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw him help fill in the blanks behind absolutely excellent performances from Ricky and Dashy, as the latter two really allowed them to outlast OpTic gaming in their 6-5 win. His best round was their second round win, Round 3 Capture the Flag. He went off, netting 20 kills and both of their flag caps in the 2-1 overtime win. He was a strong two-way player, helping spring his own caps with key kills, and helping keep OpTic at one flag cap. He performed really well in Round 4 Hardpoint, despite the loss. He was excellent in the early stages of the round, and actually got them an early lead with his strong slaying, but unfortunately for compLexity, that did not last. Round 5 Search & Destroy was a tough 6-4 loss. Blazt provided support behind Censor in the loss, but it was not enouh to overcome OpTic.
Partners with Dashy to slay
July 12, 2018
Blazt assisted Dashy in a 3-0 sweep of Rise Nation on Wednesday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Blazt and Dashy ran a train through Rise Nation thanks to superior gunfire and tactics. Surprisingly, though, Blazt's tactics were fairly simple: overwhelm a limp Rise Nation with SMGs. This was accomplished early on in Round 1 Hardpoint on Valkyrie as Blazt and Dashy easily won rotations and Hardpoints thanks to the map's tight corners favoring SMGs. Even on wider maps, like Round 2 Search & Destroy on Sainte Maire Du Mont, Blazt was able to poke holes in Rise Nation's defense. Blazt would engage Rise Nation head on, creating a distraction for Dashy to find picks with his assault rifle and sniper rifle.
Supports the team's main slayer
July 11, 2018
Blazt assisted Dashy in a 3-1 win against Tainted Minds on Tuesday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Blazt helped shore up a streaking Dashy by covering his flank and securing his kills. While this didn't result in an extraordinary KD for Blazt, it did secure the game for hist team. During Round 2 Search & Destroy, for example, Blazt was the first into bomb sites, helping to make call-outs for Dashy's sniper. Both Round 3 Capture the Flag and Round 4 Hardpoint saw a different approach in Blazt's support. Both Blazt and Dashy would engage with SMGs, allowing the two slayers to easily spot out targets while securing each others kills.
Sacks his team with poor performance
June 7, 2018
Blazt weighed down his team with a poor performance in a 3-0 loss to Luminosity Gaming on Thursday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
ANALYSIS
Blazt had a miserable game, pure and simple. While many teams can over come a poor map performance from a teammate, complexity couldn't turn around Blazt's consistently double-negative KD. Playing support, his weak score saw complexity lose opportunities to score points as his deaths meant that his team's spawns were easily manipulated. This is best seen in Round 3 Capture the Flag where complexity lost two opportunities to rally a flag capture.
Officially signs with compLexity Gaming
April 13, 2018
Blazt has signed on with compLexity Gaming and has automatically earned a spot in Stage 2 of the CWL Global Pro League by virtue of teaming with Ricky.
ANALYSIS
compLexity Gaming managed to acquire a Stage 2 spot simply by picking up the final two remnants of eRa Eternity--Ricky and Blazt--alongside returning member Dashy, and Censor. It's a markedly better roster than the one likely to fight in CWL Stage 1 relegation, as it seems the partnership between the organization and Parasite has run its course. Given it seemed as if compLexity Gaming was about to leave the scene entirely, it's certainly a positive to see them qualify for Stage 2 after such a hefty investment to begin the year. Blazt and Dashy likely represent two of the most prominent young slayers in competitive Call of Duty at the moment, and both figure to have a major impact on whether compLexity Gaming simply winds up being just a nice story, or contenders for a Stage 2 title.
Leaving Reckless/eRa
April 4, 2018
Blazt is a free agent heading into Stage 2, the slayer relayed on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Ignore the eRa designation; Blazt and his now former company had relieved themselves from the organization following failure to pay for the player's respective salaries heading into CWL Birmingham Open. Rumors had begun trickling out that Blazt was preparing to join Parasite on compLexity Gaming upon the conclusion of Stage 1, so it isn't exactly a surprise to see Blazt surface with a free agency designation. However it certainly seems as if Blazt was more than content to remain with his team, which makes sense given they finished top-6 at the European major event.
Slated to join eRa
March 7, 2018
Blazt will leave Most Wanted, and is expected to rejoin eRa Eternity, Most Wanted's owner relayed Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
There might be Inception levels of irony tied to this status update. First, Blazt will be rejoining an eRa roster he effectively abandoned heading into CWL New Orleans, chasing what seemed like more of a sure bet to reach Stage 1 of the Pro League in Enigma6, only for his former team to narrowly earn one of the final North American spots, bumping out Blazt and company in the process. And the owner who purchased Blazt's former teammates is none other than the current Most Wanted owner, who was chastised repeatedly for swapping rosters throughout Call of Duty: World War II, only to leave the organization near the end of February. Blazt is well regarded as one of the better young slayers in competitive Call of Duty, but the personnel decisions throughout the 2017-18 competitive season have certainly left something to be desired. While rules pertaining to roster changes for Pro League teams suggest eRa might not be able to make a roster move until after the conclusion of Stage 1, the fact the team is in the relegation allegedly means it can field a new roster prior to CWL Atlanta without forfeiting its Pool spot.
Rumored to change teams
March 3, 2018
Blazt appears to be unhappy with his current roster and could be on the move to another team.
ANALYSIS
While nothing has been officially announced, Evil Geniuses' slayer, NAMELESS, seemed to suggest on his Twitch stream that eRa Eternity could be making moves, with Blazt potentially on his way to reunite with his former teammates. It's an interesting proposition, especially given his frustrations with his current Most Wanted teammates, however, eRa technically cannot make any moves until the end of Stage 1. Those rules are meant to stop teams qualified for the playoffs from making any changes, but given eRa did not make it into the final four, they could simply be set to make a roster move upon the conclusion of Stage 1.
Moving over to Most Wanted
February 28, 2018
Blazt will move to Most Wanted, the organization relayed on Tuesday.
ANALYSIS
Blazt will join the rest of his former Next Threat teammates on Most Wanted after the organization purchased Censor and the rest of his team heading into CWL Atlanta. Of the foursome, Blazt clearly has the most promise, and could potentially be the sole member of the team to remain on Most Wanted should the group disband. While the aforementioned possibility hasn't been discussed, it's at least an intriguing proposition for a roster that realistically does not have any shot at cracking a top-8 finish.
Announced alongside Next Threat
January 24, 2018
Blazt will join Next Threat, his new teammate Mochila announced on Monday.
ANALYSIS
Blazt will move on from Enigma6 to Next Threat, joining his former teammate Censor on his returning organization. Blazt was one of the younger players initially acquired by Enigma6 to begin Call of Duty: World War II, but it's been a tumultuous year for the slayer since. Blazt clearly represents the most promising player on the roster, especially since Maux denied an opportunity to join the team, instead opting to re-sign with Ghost Gaming. As such, it wouldn't be a surprise to see Blazt on another team, should this version of Next Threat fail to make much noise in the CWL North American National Circuit.
Seemingly leaves Enigma6
January 19, 2018
ANALYSIS
It makes sense, given in-game leader and organizational head General announced he either would be leaving the group, or attempting to bring a new team under the Enigma6 brand following a disappointing performance at CWL New Orleans. While teammate Dashy has yet to remove its affiliation with Enigma6 from his personnel Twitter account, his now former teammate Censor has already entered his name into the free agency pool, which seems to suggest the team will be parting ways. Blazt performed well enough at the largest open bracket event in CWL history that he should catch on with another roster at some point, but with six week separating the next time Blazt will compete in an open event, time won't be much of a factor in terms of putting together a team.
Roster History
Event Placements