compLexity sign Slemmy
compLexity have announced via their website that they have completed the signing of Alec "Slemmy" White from Selfless.
The former Cloud9 member had been playing for the team on a trial basis since March 29, with compLexity owner Jason Lake expressing at the time his hope that the new player's leadership would "right the ship".
During Alec "Slemmy" White's trial period, the team beat Selfless, the Miami Flamingos and RONIN, and recorded defeats against Liquid and eUnited.
Slemmy is officially a coL player
The 26-year-old, who will replace Michael "Uber" Stapells on compLexity's roster, will soon join up with the rest of the squad at the organisation's gaming house, in Denver, as they prepare for the upcoming ESL Pro League matches and the Americas Minor.
“I'm thrilled to be given the opportunity to join up with compLexity CS:GO team," Slemmy told compLexity's website.
"After having conversations with the players and management I feel that everyone on board has a great desire to improve and work hard.
"The team is full of very talented players and I am confident I can help us come together and play good team CS. It is an honor to play under such a historic esports organization."
With Slemmy's addition, compLexity now have:
Matt "Warden" Dickens (coach)