A roller coaster year comes to a close for compLexity Gaming’s CS:GO division. It was a season that saw the compLexity banner proudly waving on the main stage at the London Major, where our team orchestrated one of the most memorable cinderella runs in recent memory. As time went on it also became clear that further changes would be needed. As a result, we are proud to announce two key additions heading into the Katowice Major.
First, we welcome Ricardo “Rickeh” Mulholland. Rickeh first made his mark in the Australian and Oceanic scenes, before moving to North America as a core member of CLG and most recently Rogue.
“I’m super excited for 2019 with this team,” said Ricardo “Rickeh” Mulholland. “I can’t wait to get started – it’s going to be a super busy and super crazy year!”
Our next addition marks a return to compLexity for none other than the legend himself, Jordan “n0thing” Gilbert. As one of North America’s most experienced players, Jordan returns on a short term contract to bolster the squad through the Katowice Major.
Jordan had this to say:
“I’m back! I’m super excited to be joining compLexity for the IEM Katowice Major run and am super stoked to be repping the compLexity jersey again!”
Our current coL.cs roster:
Give both our new players a warm #coLFamilia welcome on Twitter and stay tuned for the upcoming Katowice Major in February.