Uber signs to compLexity
North American team compLexity have made a change to their lineup by signing Michael 'Uber' Stapells, formerly of Selfless, in lieu of Joshua 'sancz' Ballenger.
American organisation compLexity took what could at best be called a radical approach to their roster in the early half of 2016, with multiple roster changes taking place before the team's debut at an offline event in the form of ELEAGUE Season 1.
In Group F of the $1.4 million league, compLexity went 1-5 in the group seeding stage (notching a 16-14 win over Gambit) and failed to advance further in the tournament after losing their Group F semifinal 0-2 to EnVyUs. The team were also recently seen competing in the online iBP Summer Invitational where they exited in 5-8th place after losing to Selfless in the opening quarter-finals.
Uber joins up with the American-Canadian-British compLexity team
Interestingly enough, the team's new roster move involves a former Selfless player: Canadian Michael "Uber" Stapells, who stepped down from that selfsame team's lineup back in late May.
compLexity have announced the official signing of 19-year-old Uber and he will replace Joshua "sancz" Ballenger, with the latter player (who had spent the longest time with the compLexity organisation in the current lineup) moving to a backup role until a new team is found for him.
"I am thrilled to welcome Michael to the team...Having five players live in the team house has been a priority of mine, as I firmly believe it will only take our team to the next level. I look forward to Michael joining us here in Texas within the next couple of weeks," Dickens said.
compLexity's lineup is now:
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