compLexity release Uber
Michael "Uber" Stapells has announced that he is no longer part of compLexity's active roster.
The Canadian player had been on compLexity's books since August, when he was recruited by the North American organisation to replace Joshua "sancz" Ballenger.
Uber leaves compLexity
During this period, the team under-performed in offline competitions, finishing 7th-8th at Northern Arena Montreal and 13th-16th at the recent Dreamhack Masters Las Vegas event, where they won just nine rounds in total. To make matters worse, things are not looking bright for them in the ESL Pro League, in which they currently sit in ninth place, with a 1-9 record.
Matt "Warden" Dickens (coach)