Complexity add oBo as stanislaw steps down*
oBo is widely regarded as one of the most promising talents in North America. After playing for teams like Adaptation, FeelsUnderAgeMan and Swole Patrol, he will now get his first shot at professional Counter-Strike in a team that continue to add fresh blood to their roster look to return to the top 30 in the world rankings.
The 15-year-old will face a baptism of fire for his new team as he will debut at the ECS Season 7 Finals, which will kick off on Thursday. The North American team have been drawn in Group B along with MIBR, North and Vitality, taking on the in-form French side in their first match on British soil.
* After the announcement, stanislaw stated that he will be the player to step down from Complexity's active roster to make way for the youngster, 14 months after joining the team with which he reached a top 8 finish at the FACEIT Major in London.
Hi guys, I have decided to step down from the active roster as I no longer feel that I am the person to lead the team forward. Our results during my time here were inconsistent but I will always be proud of our top8 finish at the Faceit London Major.— Peter Jarguz (@peterjarguz) June 3, 2019
Thrilled to welcome the young gun Owen “@obocsgo” Schlatter to the #COLCS roster.— Complexity Gaming (@compLexity) June 3, 2019
Obo will be gearing up to put his talent on display alongside the team at the #ECS7 finals in London this week.
Welcome Obo to the #COLFamilia! #WeAreCOL pic.twitter.com/qPWtL0pNmM