This is the third player to exit the organization in October. What’s next for Complexity?

Complexity has parted ways with Benjamin “⁠blameF⁠” Bremer in a surprise move that marks the ‘end’ of the Juggernaut roster. The player is now a free agent and is on the lookout for a new organization post-Major. He was the last remaining member of Complexity’s original ‘Juggernaut’ squad.

Complexity built its CSGO roster, famously touted, ‘The Juggernaut’, around the 24-year-old Danish player as its in-game leader. The team did not find much success despite the hype around the roster. BlameF joined Complexity in 2019 and has been the focal point for the team’s various rosters. While his leadership and individual performance received acclaim, the same was not true for the team’s results.

Officially a free agent as I’m no longer part of Complexity. Big thank you to everyone in the organisation and to @JasonBWLake for everything you have done for me. You guys have been so great to me and I am happy I took the decision to leave Denmark 2 years ago. #WeAreCOL <3

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Earlier this month, Complexity parted ways with Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke and Valentin “poizon” Vasilev. With blameF leaving the roster now, only two members remain on the team. Justin “jks” Savage and Patrick “es3tag” Hansen are on the active squad while Marcelo “coldzera” David, under contract as a stand-in also remains on the squad.

Complexity did not qualify for the PGL Stockholm Major after a 17-20th place exit at IEM Fall Europe. Complexity went 1-4 in the IEM Fall EU Group stage with its only victory coming against Endpoint.

Which Players are on Complexity’s CS: GO roster?

Complexity’s current CS: GO Roster is as follows:

  • Justin “⁠jks⁠” Savage
  • Patrick “⁠es3tag⁠” Hansen
  • Marcelo “⁠coldzera⁠” David
  • Luis “⁠peacemaker⁠” Tadeu (coach)

This is the third player to leave Complexity in October 2021 which raises questions on the organization’s future plans in CS: GO.

Stay tuned to esports.gg for the latest CS: GO news and updates.

Rohan Samal - Eurasia Editor

Rohan Samal

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Eurasia Editor for esports.gg. Found esports through gaming nearly 6 years ago and has been involved ever since. Primarily a Dota 2 player, but has the occasional experience in FPS games. Even tried (unsuccessfully) to go pro in Overwatch.