- The organization has signed three new players at the last moment
- Each of the three has a varying amount of experience
- Complexity hopes the new acquisitions will make up for a disappointing 2021
Right before the start of the VALORANT Champions Tour North America, Complexity Gaming announced the signing of three new players.
Complexity Signs New Talents
The VALORANT Champions Tour North America is starting very soon and some organizations are still busy making their rosters. One team working at the last moment is Complexity Gaming which has signed the trio of Peter “Governor” No, Tanner “scourge” Kages, and Robert “truo” Pham just a day before the start of the NA VCT 2022 open qualifiers.
Albeit the roster reveal happens so late, Complexity has had its eyes on the three new players since November last year. Governor, scourge, and truo have been playing on an on-off trial basis with Complexity since then. They even participated in a few qualifiers including NSG Winter Championship opens and the Knights Arena VALORAMPAGE event. The trio even managed to win first place at the Trovo Titans NA tournament after beating C9’s Academy team at the finals.
The tree players Governor, scourge, and truo will be joined by Joel “jcrueL” Cruel and Michael “agm” Abood to complete Complexity Gaming’s VALORANT roster for this season.
The Organization’s New Assets
Complexity’s Sören Vendsahm said that the organization spent a lot of effort finding young and driven talents. “Governor, scourge, and truo are three budding players that show incredible promise and grit. We feel strongly that this is a promising roster that we can grow with,” he added.
Governor had a streaming deal with Built By Gamers and has a lot of experience playing for the likes of Knights, Akrew, and EZ5 during 2021. Scourge, who’s altered his main between duelist and initiator, also has a decent amount of competitive experience, having played under eUnited and Pioneers’ banners. He even went on to appear in two Challengers main events with the latter. The one with the least amount of experience is truo, who primarily plays controller. Apart from a short stay with Immortals last year lasting only a month and a half, he does not have much else behind his back.
The newly rebuilt roster will have to turn around Complexity’s luck this year, as the organization did not fare well in 2021. This year’s VCT NA starts on January 27 and consists of three phases, the open qualifiers, the regular season, and the playoffs. Complexity is hoping their new assets will help them win points for the VALORANT Champions event at the end of the year.
Complexity is not the only organization to field rosters at the last moment. TSM unveiled their rebuilt roster just a few days prior.