compLexity have recruited the former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team of Quantic Gaming, led by the likes of Braxton "swag" Pierce and Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert.
The last time we saw compLexity involved in Counter-Strike dates back to 2011, when the American organisation supported the former FireGamers team, who featured players like Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo and Renato "nak" Nakano.
After a series of mixed results, coL parted ways with the team and decided to invest their money in other games, such as Starcraft II, League of Legends and FIFA.
But after more than two years, coL have opted to give Counter-Strike a new chance and signed Quantic Gaming's team, who finished second in ESEA Invite, with a 12-4 record.
Below you can find a statement from compLexity's founder and owner, Jason "1" Lake, initially posted on the team's website:
The team's first event under the new organisation will be the ESEA Finals, which will take place from August 16th to 18th at the Double Tree by Hilton in Dallas, TX.
Spencer "hiko" Martin
Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert
Kory "semphis" Friesen
Sean "sgares" Gares
Braxton "swag" Pierce