Complexity sign peacemaker
The Dallas-based organization has inked the Brazilian coach after parting ways with Jamie "keita" Hall.
Complexity have not taken long to fill in the spot left by keita, as the British skipper and the North American organization ended a two-year and 48-event stint together on July 15 shortly after the team failed to put on a strong performance at IEM Cologne in a middling season.
Luis "peacemaker" Tadeu has been chosen to succeed the outgoing Brit and will take over Complexity starting with ESL Pro League Season 14 and BLAST Premier Fall Groups when the player break comes to an end.
The 33-year-old had been in charge of Imperial's Brazilian squad since May, a job he took up following a short three-month break after leaving MAD Lions, the team had been in charge of for a year. During his tenure he helped the Danish underdog team climb through in the ranking and breach the top 20 alongside captain Nicolai "HUNDEN" Petersen.
The coaching change comes amid a broader renewal in the Complexity ranks, as William "RUSH" Wierzba was moved to the bench on Thursday to make way for a third Dane in the starting lineup with the acquisition of Patrick "es3tag" Hansen.
"I've followed Peacemaker's career closely over the years and kept in touch with him," Complexity's Founder and CEO, Jason Lake, told HLTV.
"He brings a tremendous amount of wisdom and experience to the coaching role and I'm thrilled we can finally work together. Now we just need to get our team to Brazil so Luis and COL can win a big event in front of the amazing Brazilian fans!"
Complexity are now:
Luis "peacemaker" Tadeu (coach)
William "RUSH" Wierzba (benched)