Complexity Gaming is also known as coL, a respected esports company that was founded by Jason ‘1’ Lake in 2003. The organisation has several teams that specialise in different virtual games like Dota 2, CS: GO, Overwatch, Rocket League, Call of Duty, Clash Royale and Fortnite.

 

The mission of every Complexity player is having a passion for video games, with an aim to be better and improve their skills. Having the chance to be creative in tactics as well as professional attitude and commitment is what led them to win several esports tournaments that makes coL a top team that is driven by success.

 

Complexity CSGO Team

CoL CSGO

Complexity founded their Counter-Strike team in back in 2009 and since then have won a total of earnings that add up to $562K. Making up the Complexity CSGO team are professional players, Rory ‘dephh’ Jackson, Brad ‘ANDROID’ Foder, Jacob ‘yay’ Whiteaker, Peter ‘stanislaw’ Jarguz and Shahzeeb ‘ShaZam’ Khan. coL gamers have become quite popular featured in the several media outlets like Sports Illustrated, New York Post, at the Championship Gaming Series and in a film documentary. The Complexity team featured in the book about video gaming, Game Boys that was released back in 2009.      

 

CoL has competed in several CS: GO tournaments such as ZOTAC Cup Masters 2018 - Americas, the DreamHack Masters Stockholm 2018 qualifiers, ESL One New York 2018 North America Qualifiers and many more events. Their latest competition was at the Major tournament Americas Minor Championship – London 2018, beating Rogue taking the title claiming their prize of $30K.   

 

Complexity Dota 2 Team

The first Dota 2 unit formed in 2012 with an esports squad named ‘FIRE’. At The International 2012, the team ranked 9th to 12th place which led Jeyo to leave Complexity. Due to this, coL dota was inactive for a few years.

col Dota 2

Making a comeback into the Dota scene in August 2014, Complexity Gaming signed up with stayGreen, an esports team that were formerly HoN players. After the loss of a few players like Fly, Chessie and Handsken, Complexity will try harder to succeed with a new set of players. In fact, the current dota 2 roster consists of David ‘Moo’ Hull, Linus ‘Limmp’ Blomdin, David ‘Moonmeander’ Tan, Zakari ‘Zfreek’ Freedman and Adam ‘Adam’ Shah.   

 

CoL has taken part in premier events such as Epicenter XL, The Bucharest Major, ESL One Katowice 2018 and so many more. The most recent significant event Complexity participated was The International 2018 North America Qualifier.

 

Complexity Call of Duty Team

CoL call of duty

Complexity created their Call of Duty team in January 2018 with the pro players that will make up the CoD team, Brandon ‘Dashy’ Otell, Doug ‘Censor’ Martin, Richard ‘Ricky’ Stacy and Rasim ‘Blazt’ Ogresevic. Their most recent COD tournaments were MLG GameBattles Pro League Challenge, 2018 CWL National Circuit United States Stage 2 and many more events.

 

Complexity Rocket League Team

CoL Rocket League

CoL acquired Run ‘n’ Hide Rocket League team in March 2018 and won total earnings that reach $42K. Their active roster of professional players consists of Linus ‘al0t’ Möllergren as their team captain, Joonas ‘Mognus’ Salo and Marius ‘gReazymeiater’ Ranheim. Their latest accomplishments so far have been at the premier tournaments of Rocket League Championship Series Season 5 – Europe finishing in fourth place to win $12,500. This result led them to qualify for the RLCS Season 5 Finals where they finished in third taking home their highest reward of $30K.