SicK signs for compLexity
The 20-year-old will finalise the North American roster, replacing Jordan "n0thing" Gilbert, who had been standing in for the team since the start of the year.
The announcement adds further credence to the report that Rogue are weighing up the possibility of pulling the plug on their CS:GO squad, which could soon be depleted to just two players as Mathias "MSL" Lauridsen and Nikolaj "niko" Kristensen are believed to be on OpTic's wishlist.
n0thing is currently playing what could be his final tournament for compLexity as the team take part in the North American closed qualifier for DreamHack Masters Dallas. The 28-year-old has averaged a 0.95 rating for the team, who could not defend their Legend status from the FACEIT Major as they went 1-3 in the New Legends Stage at IEM Katowice.
With this move, compLexity now have:
Matt "Warden" Dickens (coach)
Welcome @Sick_cs as the 5th member of #coLcs.— compLexity Gaming (@compLexity) March 22, 2019
Excited to have him join the #coLFamilia and we look forward to watching the team shake things up with the new roster.https://t.co/xxuhr2DLml pic.twitter.com/W8d0aLEtqU