Complexity-Limit Partners with National Guard for Road to MDI

BY Andrew Miesner / April 21, 2020

Following ‘Race to World First’ Win, Complexity-Limit Prepares for World of Warcraft’s Mythic Dungeon International

FRISCO, Texas – April 21, 2020 – Complexity-Limit, the world’s #1 Raiding World of Warcraft guild and partner of Complexity Gaming, today announced a partnership with Army National Guard. The two organizations will team up to create engagement opportunities, unique experiences and content as part of Complexity-Limit’s participation in World of Warcraft’s Mythic Dungeon International (MDI).

“MDI is one of the most unique accolades in esports, combining the thrill of a speedrun with head-to-head competition,” said Sören Vendsahm, General Manager, Complexity Gaming. “Our partnership with Army National Guard will help us to capture that excitement in a first-of-its-kind way as Complexity-Limit fights to add MDI to their list of accomplishments.” 

From April 21 through the end of July, Army National Guard will be integrated throughout Complexity-Limit’s streams and social channels during the ‘Road to MDI,’ a first-of-its-kind stream series in conjunction with the MDI. Guard Soldiers and Complexity-Limit guild members will also compete alongside each other during live streams. The partnership aims to bring WoW fans even closer to the action. 

“Our Guard Soldiers are passionate about gaming, esports, and World of Warcraft,” said Master Sgt. Jory Stevenson, Marketing NCOIC for the National Guard Bureau. “Partnering with Complexity-Limit not only helps us reach this unique and passionate audience but also allows our Soldiers to engage in teamwork as they continue playing WoW during these uncertain times.” 

‘Road to MDI’ will give fans a glimpse into how five members of the Complexity-Limit guild– Maximum, Twisted, Atrocity, Imfiredup, and Eric — prepare to compete in the event. Fans will be able to follow along on live streams as the guild comes together to practice, train, and develop new strategies for their shot at $300,000 and the title of MDI Champions. 

The MDI returns with its global competition for its fourth year, pitting the best Mythic Dungeon teams in a race to the finish line. The first North American cup took place on April 18 followed by upcoming North America cups on May 2 and May 16. The MDI will conclude with the Finals at the end of July.

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About Complexity-Limit

Limit, now known as Complexity-Limit, was founded in early 2015 from top raiding guilds across North America. Setting their eyes on beating other North American guilds, while also improving their own world rankings, they took their first NA #1, World 7th rank in Hellfire Citadel, tackling Mythic Archimonde and sealing their fate as a force to be reckoned with. As they’ve climbed the world ranks tier after tier, the dream of becoming the #1 raiding guild in the world was realized in February 2020. Limit won the “Race to World First” in dominating fashion by being the first team to defeat 9/12 bosses and defeating the final boss days before the next closest guild.

About Complexity Gaming

Complexity Gaming is one of North America’s longest standing and most successful esports organizations, now owned by Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys and investor John Goff. The esports organization is led by Founder and CEO Jason Lake, considered by many to be one of the founding fathers of esports in North America. Complexity’s esports teams have won more than 140 championships in nearly 30 game titles over its 15+ year history. Staunchly committed to passion, professionalism, and a player-first mentality, Complexity has been continuously recognized as a global leader in modern esports. For more information on Complexity, visit and follow the organization on Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, TikTok and Facebook

About Army National Guard

Army National Guard Soldiers are trained and ready to respond when needed by their communities, state and nation. In exchange for their part-time service, Guard Soldiers are provided with valuable educational benefits and as well as paid training in over 150 career fields. The Army National Guard has part-time service opportunities in every State, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and U.S. Virgin Islands, more than 3,000 training locations, and more than 340,000 members. For more information on the Army National Guard, visit