oBo received the status of a free agent
Complexity has announced the end of its partnership with Owen "oBo" Schlatter. The 17-year-old left the main roster in September of his own decision.
Today we are announcing the release of Owen @oBoCSGO Schlatter.— Complexity Gaming (@Complexity) January 29, 2021
We'd like to thank him for all his contributions to #COLCS and wish him the very best for the future. #WeAreCOL pic.twitter.com/comxTysDbu
A month ago, oBo tweeted that he was willing to consider pursuing a career in Europe, even though the change in the region was the reason for his departure from Complexity. It is unknown at this time if the American has received any offers.
Schlatter signed with Complexity in June 2019. The team's biggest accomplishments during that period were a title at the prestigious BLAST Premier Spring 2020 European Finals and victories in several #HomeSweetHome series events. On September 22, 2020, Complexity CEO Jason Lake announced oBo's sudden decision to fly home to the United States from the UK, where the CS:GO squad is currently based.
After losing a player, Complexity dropped from fifth place to fifteenth in the world rankings. One month later, Australian Justin "jks" Savage took the vacant spot.