There are different moments in the lifespan of an eSports organization. Highs and lows; ups and downs; joys and sorrows. When a gaming family has been blessed with 13 years in the space, it has inevitably experienced all of these in abundance.
Today our family gets to enjoy one of the peaks. Call us emotional. Call us sentimental. Today our doubters can call us anything they want because we simply don’t care. Today we welcome home a long lost legend.
“Our roster revamp starts now,” said Jason Lake, Founder and CEO of compLexity Gaming. “In the history of North American Counter-Strike, no player has had a more lasting impact than Danny ‘fRoD’ Montaner. In a day where our scene is a laughing stock, we have decided to awaken the beast and bring back the king of old school. I am confident his wisdom and experience will help us develop the younger players who will complete the squad. Our plan will take time and an incredible amount of hard work, but compLexity is dedicated to bringing America another world championship. We were the last ones to do it and God willing, we’ll be the next. Welcome home, Danny. We’ve missed you.”
Tomorrow we will announce further changes to coL.cs as we ramp up for MLG and other action. We’re incredibly excited about what the future holds and eager to tackle the challenges 2016 will bring. Many of you have been fans for years and we can’t thank you enough for your support. Sincerely… thank you. We’re working harder than ever to re-build “The Syndicate” and invite you to join us on the journey. It’s going to be a wild ride.