With the IEM Katowice 2019 major on the horizon, the compLexity CS:GO roster has made some big changes. N0thing joins compLexity for a limited time to compete with them in the major. Rickeh, formerly of Rogue, is also in the team.
— compLexity Gaming (@compLexity) December 29, 2018
The changes come after compLexity dropped ANDROID and yay. Despite a surprisingly solid run at the FACEIT London Major, the team has failed to live up to expectations since. The new compLexity CS:GO roster will be making another run at the IEM Katowice 2019 major, starting in February.
n0thing Joins compLexity
The most surprising change to the new roster is n0thing becoming a part of compLexity.
Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert is a legend of the NA CS:GO scene, known mainly for his stint in Cloud9. Notably, he originally competed for compLexity in CS:GO before the team moved to the C9 banner.
He’ll now once again represent coL for the Katowice CS:GO major. According to their press release, this is only a temporary contract with n0thing looking to make one more major run. Gilbert quoted:
I’m back! I’m super excited to be joining compLexity for the IEM Katowice Major run and am super stoked to be repping the compLexity jersey again!
N0thing previously competed in the Katowice Minor Qualifiers along with shroud, Skadoodle, seangares, and Sil3nt. But with the team bowing out, he’s now able to join compLexity, who have an automatic spot in the event for scoring Top 8 in the previous major.
Rickeh Joins compLexity
Rickeh also joins the new compLexity CS:GO roster. While originally known for competing with Australian teams such as Immunity and Renegades, he’s since been making his mark on the NA scene with Rogue.
The Australian player will help breathe some new life into the team, along with longtime NA veteran n0thing. The compLexity CS:GO team now consists of n0thing, Rickeh, Shahzam, dephh, and stanislaw.