compLexity Gaming
United States
Fades into the background
June 7, 2018
Dashy didn't show much presence in a 3-0 loss to Luminosity Gaming on Thursday of the CWL Global Pro League.
While far from sacking his team, Dashy didn't step up in the way his team needed him too. Most maps saw him largely fade into the chaos as Luminosity rushed through every map with lightning-fast speed. The only moment Dashy stepped out from the shadows was in Round 2 Search & Destroy, where his support role allowed him to spot for his teammates. Taking the series to a Game 11, he stuck close with Censor to pick off Luminosity Gaming from across the map. However, when his opponents began to force close-range engagements Dashy struggled to fight back with any confidence.
Decent in overwhelming series
June 7, 2018
Censor gave a decent performance against Luminosity Gaming in a 3-0 loss on Thursday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
After beating eUnited on Wednesday, Censor and compLexity seemed to be rising up. Luminosity Gaming proved otherwise. Censor wasn't able to mount much against his opponents this series, struggling to even keep up with them. Censor was able to land a solid, if underwhelming, KD in this series, but his average score hurt the team as his performance turned out to be the best of his team. This complicated most of complexity's tactics as only Censor could reliably land shots with a lackluster KD. Luminosity was easily able to bully Censor around the map, taking spawns and objectives with ease.
Fails to follow up on his streaks
June 7, 2018
Ricky started maps strong in a 3-0 loss to Luminosity Gaming on Thursday of the CWL Global Pro League Stage 2.
Ricky excelled at putting Luminosity Gaming on their backfoot, at least early into each round. His high-flying aggression allowed him to pressure Luminosity's positions at the start of each map, when one could easily predict a team's position, and gain an early foothold for his team. Ricky, however, couldn't keep those advantages safe as the maps dragged on, mainly due to poor Scorestreaks. In Round 1 Hardpoint, for example, Ricky landed an early seven killstreak only to whiff his Scorestreaks in an attempt to secure rotations.
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.
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.
Lands in Stage 2 by joining compLexity Gaming
April 13, 2018
Censor will team with compLexity Gaming heading into the CWL Seattle Open and has officially earned a spot for Stage 2 of the CWL Global Pro League.
Friday's announcement means that Censor will be on his sixth new team this competitive year, but there's reason to believe this might be his last given he's somehow managed to qualify for Stage 2 of the CWL Global Pro League by virtue of teaming with former eRa Eternity slayers Ricky and Blazt. While you could question the way in which Censor made it into the Pro League, you certainly can't question his determination, as the longtime FaZe Clan slayer was one of a number of returning players to enter the competitive landscape following the reintroduction of boots-on-the-ground, but the only one still left standing. Given Censor's near limitless YouTube presence, they'll be plenty of eyes on this new compLexity Gaming team moving forward, but unless he and Ricky can drastically improve their play, the roster figures to be one of the worst Pro League teams.
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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.
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.
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.