oBo is considering options to resume his career
American player Owen "oBo" Schlatter, 17, who has been on the bench of Complexity roster for the past three months, said on Twitter that he is still searching for a new organization. He is willing to consider pursuing a career in Europe, despite the fact that a change of region has caused him to leave his current team.
Schlatter stressed that interested parties should contact Complexity CEO Jason Lake, which means the player still has a current contract.
Recall that the head of Complexity held a press conference on September 22, during which he announced the sudden decision of oBo to fly from the UK, where the CS:GO squad is currently based, to the United States, despite the fact that the team has agreed to complete ESL Pro League S12 with the previous squad. The young American was relegated to reserve and his place was taken permanently by Justin "jks" Savage.
Schlatter later admitted that he couldn't get used to living in Europe permanently. Nevertheless, he said, the main reason for leaving was not homesickness, but a lack of a sense of security during a pandemic.