As many of you have heard, recently VALORANT Partnership Program applicants were notified if they would proceed to a further round or if their applications were rejected. Unfortunately, Complexity’s Gaming’s substantive and compelling application was not selected to proceed. We are saddened by this decision as our submission was robust, detailing our history of successes and innovation, as well as our vision for the future of Complexity within the new VALORANT ecosystem.
As a result of this process, we have made the difficult decision to partially exit VALORANT for the time being. While we will discontinue our efforts in the VALORANT Champions Tour via our men’s VALORANT team, we will continue our journey with Complexity.GX3 in VALORANT Game Changers and other competitions. We are grateful to have your ongoing support as we work with Complexity.GX3 to continue breaking down barriers and elevating the underserved women’s gaming community.
We are proud of the work we’ve done in VALORANT over the past two years and we are honored to have received your fandom. Our goal was not to create star-studded teams of known names, but instead to create opportunities for new talent to rise to the top. The process of seeing young talent like Valyn and Jonahp use this infrastructure to springboard to new heights has been deeply rewarding. We are confident that members of our talented current roster and others will utilize that same structure to propel themselves forward in the new VALORANT Partnership Program, even if Complexity will not be a part of it.
Thankfully, this goodbye is not necessarily permanent. This organization still has the utmost respect for VALORANT as a title and we are excited to watch the esports community continue to grow. Our hope is that in the future more opportunities will be opened to showcase the incredible depth of the North American talent pool in the highest level of competition. Until then, we’ll see you in VALORANT Game Changers with Complexity.GX3!
As always, we appreciate your support.