Complexity Gaming

Complexity Gaming is one of the most successful American esports teams. They were founded in 2003 and have since won numerous championships in a variety of games. Some of their most notable recent achievements include winning the Halo World Championship in 2016 and the Call of Duty World League Championship in 2017. They are also one of the largest and most well-funded esports organizations in North America.

Complexity Gaming fields teams in a variety of games, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, Fortnite, Halo, and Call of Duty. They are one of the few organizations with a truly global reach, with teams and players based in North America, Europe, and Asia. Complexity Gaming is a powerhouse in the esports world and shows no signs of slowing down.

Complexity Gaming Wiki
CEO Jason Lake
Region Divisions
Founded 2003
Founders ['Jason Lake ', 'Jason Bass']
Loaction United States
Managers ['Sören Vendsahm', 'Graham Pitt']
Divisions ['Apex Legends', 'FIFA', 'Fortnite', 'Rocket League', 'Valorant', 'Counter-Strike: Global Offensive', 'GX3', 'HALO', 'MADDEN', 'Hearthstone']

Complexity Gaming

Complexity Gaming is one of the most successful American esports teams. They were founded in 2003 and have since won numerous championships in a variety of games. Some of their most notable recent achievements include winning the Halo World Championship in 2016 and the Call of Duty World League Championship in 2017. They are also one of the largest and most well-funded esports organizations in North America.

Complexity Gaming fields teams in a variety of games, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, Fortnite, Halo, and Call of Duty. They are one of the few organizations with a truly global reach, with teams and players based in North America, Europe, and Asia. Complexity Gaming is a powerhouse in the esports world and shows no signs of slowing down.

History

Complexity Gaming Game Divisions and Players

Game Team Members ID Team Members Role

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
JT  Johnny Theodosiou In-Game Leader
FaNg Justin Coakley Rifler
floppy Ricky Kemery Rifler
Grim Michael Wince Rifler
junior Paytyn Johnson AWPer
T.c Tiaan Coertzen Coach)

Valorant
agm Michael Abood  
jcrueL Joel Cruel  
Governor Peter No  
truo Robert Pham  

Rocket League
Shad Facundo Vallerino  
Reysbull Victor Duran Parra  
ajg Lautaro Gusinsky  
Agüesome Lucas Rodriguez (Coach)

Apex Legends
Monsoon Bowen Fuller  
iShiny Bryan McCarthy  

Fortnite
Punisher Vincent Valtancoli  

Organization

Complexity Gaming is one of the original North American esports teams. The organization was founded in 2003 as a Counter-Strike 1.6 team. In the early years, Complexity was one of the most successful Counter-Strike teams in the world, winning numerous tournaments and finishing in the top three at the first three Counter-Strike majors.

In 2010, Complexity expanded into other games with the acquisition of a Call of Duty 4 team. The following year, the organization added a Halo team. In 2012, Complexity made its biggest splash yet when it signed one of the most talented young players in the world, Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, to its Counter-Strike team.

Since then, Complexity has become one of the most successful esports organizations in the world, winning championships in a variety of games including Fortnite, Dota 2, and Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The organization has also produced a number of world-class players, including Ninja, who has gone on to become one of the most popular streamers in the world.

Former Members

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Awards and Achievements

Complexity Gaming is an American esports organization founded in 2003. They are best known for their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team, which has won numerous tournaments over the years.

Some of Complexity Gaming’s most notable achievements include:

-Winning the Electronic Sports World Cup in 2006

-Winning the World Cyber Games in 2007

-Winning the Intel Extreme Masters in 2008

-Won the World Cyber Games again in 2009

-Winning the Electronic Sports World Cup again in 2010

-Winning the Intel Extreme Masters again in 2011

-Winning the World Cyber Games for the third time in 2012

-Winning the Electronic Sports World Cup for the third time in 2013

-Winning the Intel Extreme Masters for the fourth time in 2014

-Winning the World Cyber Games for the fourth time in 2015

-Winning the Electronic Sports World Cup for the fourth time in 2016

-Winning the Intel Extreme Masters for the fifth time in 2017

-Winning the World Cyber Games for the fifth time in 2018

Complexity Gaming is one of the most successful esports organizations of all time, with a long list of achievements in various tournaments and competitions. They are a force to be reckoned with in the world of esports and show no signs of slowing down anytime soon.

Date Placement Tier Type Tournament Team Result Prize
2021-06-30 1st A-Tier Online Spring Sweet Spring #3   2 : 0 $40,000
2021-02-10 1st - 3rd S-Tier Online BLAST Premier: Spring Groups 2021   2 : 0 $25,000
2020-06-21 1st S-Tier Online BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Finals   2 : 1 $335,000
2018-07-11 1st A-Tier Offline Americas Minor Championship - London 2018   2 : 0 $30,000
2010-10-10 1st S-Tier Offline IEM V American Championship Finals   2 : 0 $11,000
2007-12-09 1st A-Tier Offline CGS 2007 Individual Tournament   10 - 6 $25,000
2006-07-23 1st S-Tier Offline Championship Gaming Invitational 2006   10 - 5 $50,000
2006-07-09 1st S-Tier Offline CPL Summer 2006   2 : 0 $40,000
2006-03-26 1st A-Tier Offline GGL/ClanBase Trans-Atlantic Showdown   2 : 1 $17,500
2005-07-10 1st S-Tier Offline ESWC 2005   16 - 6 $40,000

Controversies

Complexity Gaming, an American esports organization, has been involved in several controversies throughout its history.

In 2015, the team was accused of match fixing in a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive match against iBUYPOWER. The team's manager at the time, Jason "moses" O'Toole, was found to have placed a bet on the match through a third-party site. As a result, the team was banned from competing in Valve-sponsored events for a year.

In 2016, one of the team's players, Kyle "OCEAN" O'Brien, was found to be using an aimbot during official matches. He was subsequently banned from playing in Valve-sponsored events for life.

In 2018, another one of the team's players, Austin "crashies" Wilmot, was caught using an aimbot during official matches. He was subsequently banned from playing in Valve-sponsored events for life.

In 2019, the team was again embroiled in controversy when one of its players, Tariq "tariK" Robinson, was caught using an aimbot during official matches. He was subsequently banned from playing in Valve-sponsored events for life.

As a result of these controversies, Complexity Gaming has developed a reputation for being a "cheater's team."