Complexity part ways with peacemaker
The Brazilian coach's tenure on the roster comes to an end after just four months.
Luis "peacemaker" Tadeu is no longer a member of Complexity, the Dallas-based organization has announced. In his own post, the Brazilian coach revealed that he is a free agent, and also pointed toward a change in direction that is incoming from the organisation.
For the 33-year-old, it ends a turbulent time attempting to take the reigns of a squad that was on its last legs, given that Kristian "k0nfig" Wienecke would not return to the roster after being sidelined for an injury and would be joining Astralis upon his return.
peacemaker joined Complexity in July and was behind the team for just five events, in which they missed out on making the BLAST Premier Fall Final following early exits in the Groups and Showdown stages, as well as failed to qualify for PGL Major Stockholm after a 17-20th exit at IEM Fall.
The final nails in the coffin of this Complexity roster began to get hammered in shortly after their BLAST Showdown exit, when Valentin "poizon" Vasilev was released and the team used Aleksi "allu" Jalli as a stand-in for the IEM Winter closed qualifier.
After failing to advance to the main event, Benjamin "blameF" Bremer, Patrick "es3tag" Hansen, and Marcelo "coldzera" David's tenures also took their leave, with the first two players making moves to Astralis and NIP, respectively, and coldzera's short-term deal coming to an end.
Just Justin "jks" Savage remains contracted and on the transfer list of the Dallas-based organization, while peacemaker can explore other opportunities heading into 2022 as a free agent during the off-season shuffle period.