SjoW Departs from coL.Hearthstone

BY Andrew Miesner / April 17, 2015

Today compLexity Gaming is sad to announce the departure of one of our top Hearthstone players. Jeffrey ‘SjoW’ Brusi, the card-slinger from Sweden, has decided to leave and pursue his goals away from the black and red brand – joining Team Liquid.

For six months the former StarCraft 2 player has been a part of the compLexity Gaming Hearthstone division, a time in which he not only put in countless hours of streaming time, but also worked hard to improve as a tournament player. Twice he wore the jersey at the SeatStory Cup in Krefeld, and multiple times he sported the team colors in online competition. Most recently SjoW had a breakthrough in his performance, stacking up the wins in the Kinguin Pro League, winning the Xfinity Invitational and getting into the GosuGamers World Ranking Top 20 for the first time in his career.

Outside of the tournament performance, SjoW entertained thousands of viewers every day on his stream, acting as a great ambassador for compLexity as well as eSports as a whole. He will be missed, but we wish him the best for his future. May the RNG be on his side, wherever he competes.

Leaving complexity is a bit sad for me. I’ve grown very fond of the team and the management during my stay here. And part of my recent success is because of col managers and teammates. But in the end I believe joining Liquid is better for my career.

I really appreciate everything coL has done for me and wish them the best for the future.

– Jeffrey ‘SjoW’ Brusi

Seeing SjoW leave saddens me, both personally and professionally. He was a great player to manage and a fantastic entertainer and player. I truly enjoyed working with him and it is sad to see him leave. I wish him nothing but the best for his future.

– Sören ‘Fantasy’ Vendsahm – coL.HS Manager


Moving forward, coL.HS will continue to explore options to expand the roster, seeking the most talented and promising card-slingers from around the world.

Thank you for your continued support of coL.HS and complexity Gaming.