Complexity part ways with keita
The 28-year-old coach has mutually parted ways with the lineup ahead of the player break.
Jamie "keita" Hall and Complexity have parted ways, the Dallas-based organisation has announced. The departure marks an end to the Brit's two-year tenure with the team, which began prior to the building of the 'Juggernaut' and spanned across 48 events.
The move comes in the wake of Complexity's 13-16th place exit from IEM Cologne, where they were eliminated following losses to G2 and Virtus.pro. To advance to the main event, the European combine beat ViCi and LDLC in the Play-In, but also fell in a relatively one-sided loss to FaZe.
Complexity have struggled to find consistent form in the last two years, initially impressing in the 2020 BLAST Premier Spring Series group stage, where they beat Astralis and Vitality, but losing momentum not long after.
During the online era, the team were unable to post strong results against top tier opposition, a situation made all the worse after Owen "oBo" Schlatter's departure from the lineup.
Early hopes of a redemption arc with the return to LAN for Benjamin "blameF" Bremer's men were also swiftly crushed following their elimination in Germany, and with the player break ahead, the team now looks to make changes before returning to action for ESL Pro League Season 14.
The move comes at a time where multiple veteran coaches are exploring their options, including Danny "zonic" Sørensen and Wilton "zews" Prado. With a month off looming, Complexity will have plenty of time to finalize a replacement for the British coach.
Complexity are now: