No, that's not my point.
And I wouldn't say that Complexity treated their players too harshly.
I assume them to have earned a top salary playing for complexity since it's the org with the most financial backing.
Freakazoid paints the players to be playing for complexity out of the kindness of their hearts. But they were all payed and in turn the org had expectations for them to achieve certain goals, like the major.
When Complexity bombed out the major, they failed to meet the goals, that were set for them as a team. As Jason Lake has said in some interviews other past ten months or so, this was by far no the only chance the squad was given.
The Berlin Major was set immediately after the break, so you could assume the roaster shuffles to start right after the major. So it was important for complexity to quickly get into touch with possible players.
Freakazoid does not considered the business side of things and only thinks about the players. Sure the scenario was not ideal, but I'd think that the players were given plenty of chances. Especially if you watch the Behind the scenes content that was released by complexity after that, it seems that it was not as harsh as freak paints the situation to be.