Complexity bench RUSH, sign es3tag
American player William "RUSH" Wierzba has been removed from the main Complexity roster. It was announced on the organization's official Twitter account.
RUSH has represented Complexity since September 2019. Among the team's greatest accomplishments during that period were won in several #HomeSweetHome series events, a 3-4th place finishes at DreamHack Open Anaheim 2020, DreamHack Open Summer 2020 Europe and IEM Beiging 2021 Europe, and the BLAST Premier Spring 2020 European Finals title.
Former Cloud9 player Patrick "es3tag" Hansen has joined the Complexity lineup. The American organization announced the signing of the 25-year-old Dane, who has spent the past four months in inactivity, on Twitter as well.
"We've had an eye on es3tag for quite some time as he's obviously an amazing player," Complexity's CEO, Jason Lake, has commented. "Additionally, beyond that I believe his work ethic, attitude and knowledge of the game will help get this roster to the next level where it belongs. I'm extremely excited to welcome him to the Complexity family."
es3tag has experience playing for such notable clubs as Heroic, Astralis, and Cloud9. The latter's roster was disbanded at the end of March this year due to difficulties amid a coronavirus pandemic that forced relocation from North America to the European region.
The renewed Complexity roster will debut in ESL Pro League Season 14, which begins shortly after the current break on the professional stage on August 16.