A IEM Rio Major watch party, meet and greet with Apex legends team and more.

Complexity Gaming has announced the reopening of its Lenon Legion Esports Center with a celebratory event from November 11-13, 2022. The event will feature an IEM Rio Watch party, Halo Infinite and CS: GO gameplay as well as a meet-and-greet with the org’s Apex Legends squad.

“The Star is a cornerstone of the Frisco community, and our headquarters have become a local esports and gaming hub for current and future generations of gamers,” said Jason Lake, CEO, Complexity Gaming, and global head of esports, GameSquare Esports. “Our fans – both close to home and around the world – are at the epicenter of this organization. We’re looking forward to reopening our doors of the Lenovo Legion Esports Center to the community.”

Featuring the latest Lenovo hardware, the esports center will give access to the Fort Worth community to the latest specs on weekends. There will also be several activities during the course of the weekends, including LAN parties, watch parties and meet-and-greets. 

In addition, visitors can tour the esports facility as well as avail of educational opportunities through summer camps, corporate panels and seminars. 

“Lenovo has played an integral role in powering our players and creators, and the reopening of the Lenovo Legion Esports Center will put high-powered gaming experiences at the community’s fingertips,” said Justin Kenna, CEO, GameSquare Esports. “Through our partnership, we’ll continue to unlock more ways to connect with the Dallas community and provide unprecedented access to the world of gaming, esports, and entertainment for all.”

Launch weekend activities – CS: GO watch party, Halo Infinite and Apex Legends

Part of the reopening celebrations include Complexity’s recent HCS partnership. 

HCS is building a sustainable ecosystem with esports organizations that have a strong track record and have proven past performance. Complexity Gaming has been in esports for nearly twenty years and has a rich history of managing and supporting their players, teams, and the gaming community.

Tahir “Tashi” Hasandjekic, Halo Esports Lead

Fans can also attend an IEM Rio Major watch party that will see the best CS: Go teams in the world go head to head in the playoffs. The IEM Rio Major is currently underway in Brazil with thousands of fans cheering for their favorite teams. The IEM Rio Major Legends stage has already seen a concurrent viewership of more than a million viewers.

Additionally, Complexity fans can also meet the org’s Apex Legends squad. The Complexity Apex Legends squad is currently participating in the ALGS Split 1: NA. 

The Lenovo Legion Center’s weekly hours of operation are Fridays 3 PM – 9 PM CT as well as Saturdays and Sundays 11 AM – 7 PM CT. 

The Lenovo Legion Esports Center is located at The Star, the world headquarters and the training facility for Dallas Cowboys. In 2017, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and investment partner John Goff acquired a majority stake in Complexity Gaming. Last year, GameSquare acquired Complexity Gaming for $27 million.

Complexity Gaming was founded in 2003 and features teams in CS: GO, FiFA, Fortnite, Rocket League, Halo, Apex Legends, MADDEN, MTG: Arena, Hearthstone, TFT  and more.

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