compLexity sign androidx23
compLexity have made a change to their starting five by signing Brad 'androidx23' Fodor, who will be replacing Josh 'shinobi' Abastado .
Complexity have taken a bold approach to roster instability (that somehow uniquely North American ailment) by both bringing in players from outside of the North American region (two from the United Kingdom) and by having a roster with a couple of backup players and tryouts in recent weeks.
The next step in the saga sees compLexity signing Bradley "ANDROID" Fodor, a Canadian player who was already spotted standing in for the team in their past few matches and who previously plied his trade for the likes of ACE Gaming and Denial. ANDROID will replace Josh "shinobi" Abastado on the starting roster.
androidx23 a.k.a. feNeK a.k.a. rabbit a.k.a. man of many ESEA aliases
ANDROID also built a reputation as a formidable aimer during his up-and-coming period, often topping monthly ESEA leaderboards, as well as being a man of many sobriquets, having previously been called "feNeK" and "rabbit" in our database.
compLexity CEO and founder Jason Lake gave a brief statement on the signing:
"Brad has slowly but surely earned himself a reputation as a solid up and coming player in North America...We believe he has a bright future and the proper attitude to take advantage of this opportunity," Lake said.
Complexity's roster is now:
Matt "Warden" Dickens (coach)
The release also mentions that ANDROID will be moving in to the compLexity team house in Houston, Texas later in May. compLexity will be next taking part in the online North American qualifier to the Americas Minor and will also debut in the ELEAGUE in June.
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