History seems to repeat itself as Complexity makes their return to the Halo scene for the first time in years.
Complexity is a name that has been in the competitive gaming scene for a long time, earning fame for its player-first mentality, which allows them to churn out some of the scene’s top players. Over the course of the organization’s 18-year history, Complexity has walked away with over 140 championship victories in over 30 games under its belt. However, Complexity isn’t going to stop there, as they have announced the signing of a competitive Halo roster, marking the organization’s highly anticipated return to the scene 11 years later.
The roster comprises veteran Halo players, including the former Triggers Down captain, and rising stars who are eager to prove themselves in the HCS.
With the launch of Halo Infinite, Complexity will make its return to Halo for the first time since 2011, when they competed for the championship title in Halo: Reach under the Triggers Down banner.
What is Complexity’s Halo roster?
- James “TritonJB” Bolling – A Halo 5 competitor known for his pinpoint accuracy and slaying ability, TritonJB brings several years of experience to Complexity’s Halo roster.
- Justin “HuNteR Jjx” Joseph – A notable player and streamer, HuNteR Jjx has been competing in Halo since 2007, including an impressive stint on the MLG Pro Circuit where he reached the 2010 National Championship Free-for-All.
- Robert “Rob The Turtle” O’Connor – Rob The Turtle joins the Complexity roster with a ten-year pedigree of competitive Halo, having competed in the title since 2011, predominantly in Halo: Reach and Halo 5.
- Jacob “Hysteria” Reiser – One of the most well-known Halo pros, Hysteria has won five MLG tournaments, was named Stride Championship Series Player of the Year, and, most notably, captained Triggers Down during his Halo tenure.
“The energy and excitement around Halo Infinite is a testament to the franchise’s staying power and the role it has played in the lives of millions of gamers, including myself. Halo Infinite provides an exciting new chapter in my career and for the franchise at-large. To make my competitive reprise representing a brand like Complexity is a truly unique opportunity.”– Jacob “Hysteria” Reiser.
Since its initial launch in November, Halo Infinite has restored much of the cultural significance Halo left behind when Halo: Combat Evolved was released in 2001. To this day, Halo remains one of the most influential video game franchises in the world, selling more than 81 million copies.
Competitive Halo’s resurgence marks a tipping point in the industry, enabling Complexity to reach this passionate community and activate its brand among a key portion of the esports audience. Complexity’s Halo squad joins the organization during a time of competitive growth.
Complexity’s Halo roster will debut at the upcoming Halo Championship Series Kickoff Major in Raleigh, North Carolina, on December 17-19.