Uber Joins compLexity CS:GO

BY Andrew Miesner / August 3, 2016

Today Complexity Gaming is announcing a change in our Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. Michael “Uber” Stapells will be joining the team, replacing Josh “sancz” Bellenger who will be moved to the backup role while we look to find him a new gaming home. Michael will be joining the team in their Texas based training house in the next week.

“I am thrilled to welcome Michael to the team,” said Matt “Warden” Dickens. “Having five players live in the team house has been a priority of mine, as I firmly believe it will only take our team to the next level. I look forward to Michael joining us here in Texas within the next couple of weeks.”

Michael “Uber” Stapells had this to say:

“I’m extremely excited to start this new chapter of my career under the compLexity banner. I’ve known a few members of the team for a while now, and I’m very confident we can go far with this new lineup.”

Join us in welcoming:

 Michael “Uber” Stapells


Michael “Uber” Stapells has been a professional Counter-Strike player for just over a year now. Within that year he was able to attend many notable LANs, and claim the trophy of the first North American CS:GO Minor. Uber is an extremely dedicated, hard working player who brings raw talent aswell as a positive attitude to the squad.

Our updated coL.cs roster:


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