compLexity Gaming
United States
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.
Never finds solid ground
August 15, 2018
Ricky had a hard time finding consistency in the 3-1 loss to FaZe Clan on Day 1 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Ricky had a somewhat up and down performance in this loss. Round 2 Search & Destroy was closer to a down one, as Blazt really carried the load for compLexity, racking up 13 kills. They simply did not have the depth to overcome Replays' 15 kills. Round 4 Hardpoint saw him have a nice objective time (1:05), but he struggled to slay with a strong FaZe Clan attack. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him have his fair share of moments; he was a driving force to the early lead they took, but he faltered a bit and ended up with a negative KD (31/32), as FaZe Clan rose from the ashes to steal a win. Round 3 Capture the Flag was his best round overall, as he notched 20 kills in the win. He, Censor, and Blazt all hit the 20-kill mark, as the trio flooded the map and took control in their only round win.
Quiet until the end
August 15, 2018
Dashy saves his best round for last, but could not salvage the 3-1 loss to compLexity Gaming on Day 1 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Dashy was pretty quiet until the end of this match. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him play a backseat role to his teammates during their time in the lead, and struggle to keep FaZe Clan at bay as they came back to take the lead. Round 2 Search & Destroy saw his teammate Blazt dominate, netting 13 kills, but Replays managed to get 15 on the other side to keep compLexity one step behind. Dashy did some work behind him, but they did not have the depth to overcome it. Round 3 Capture the Flag saw Blazt, Censor, and Ricky all get to the 20-kill mark, but Dashy was left out; he went just 16/18, laying back while his teammates were aggressive. Round 4 Hardpoint was easily his best round. He had 26 kills, leading the team, and held the only positive KD (26/23) on his team. His teammates were outslayed, as FaZe ran away with the round.
Best round in only win
August 15, 2018
Censor's best round was their only win in the 3-1 loss to FaZe Clan on Day 1 of the 2018 Call of Duty World League Championships.
ANALYSIS
Censor's best round was in their round win, Round 3 Capture the Flag. He had a lobby-leading 23 kills, and added a lobby-leading two flag caps as well. He was everywhere, helping push the offense and stabilize the defense in the win. It was a great all-around performance. The rest of his performance fell back into a support-role. Round 1 Hardpoint saw him lap up objective time right from the get-go, but he had some struggles in the slaying area. It was the same in Round 4 Hardpoint, and he had a background role in the Round 2 Search & Destroy loss.
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.
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Call of Duty
Buys Ground Zero ahead of CWL New Orleans
January 12, 2018
compLexity Gaming is back into the Call of Duty competitive following their purchase of Ground Zero, reports Mike Kent of Dexerto.
ANALYSIS
One of the more storied organizations in the Call of Duty scene is stepping back in with the purchase of Ground Zero. They picked a great time to do so, as Ground Zero is already slotted in pool play at CWL New Orleans. The team will debut with a match against Splyce to open their run this weekend.
Call of Duty
Qualfies for Call of Duty XP
August 24, 2016
compLexity Gaming qualified for CoD XP after a victory over AES.
ANALYSIS
Before the tournament, compLexity made a blockbuster roster change, acquiring Swarley, Havok and LlamaGod from Cloud9, for Aches, Ricky and Lacefield. They also announced the return of Parasite. The new look of compLexity Gaming served them well, as they went a perfect 3-0 in three matches to qualify for CoD XP. The new compLexity Gaming roster will look to build on their impressive performance, and show that their relatively stress-free, qualification for CoD XP was no fluke. They will face a tough Group H, consisting of Optic Gaming, PDNA Gaming, and Team LDLC.