Few weeks ago, we learned that compLexity Gaming would be undergoing some roster changes. This was due to the fact that they let go 2 players and benched another from their squad. Following the statement of the CEO of compLexity, the organization has a full roster once more.
The NA organization got three Southeast Asia players into their roster. However, according to the statement, they are currently being on a trial.
The first play to join the team is First on the list of new members is Galvin ‘Meracle’ Kang Jian Wen. The Singaporean is considered to be one of the best carry players throughout the SEA region. Meracle has played for teams such as Fnatic, Mineski and WarriorsGaming.Unity and more.
Coming in second is another Singaporean – Yang ‘Deth’ Wu Heng,. The offlaner is still fairly unknown to the scene. He did have some time with Entity Gaming earlier this year. However, the team did not manage to “survive”.
The third player to join the new lineup has been here before, both as a player and a coach. Adam Erwann Shah ‘343’ bin Akhtar Hussein has played Dota 2 with many good teams. His biggest accomplishment has to be the 4th place with Fnatic at TI6. Most recently 343 has spent time in the China region, where he did fairly well.
— compLexity Gaming (@compLexity) November 23, 2018
The current roster of compLexity gaming looks like this:
- Galvin ‘Meracle’ Kang Jian Wen
- Linus ‘Limmp’ Blomdin
- Yang ‘Deth’ Wu Heng
- Zakari ‘Zfreek’ Freedman
- Adam ‘343/Adam’ Shah
Pieliedie in Mineski
After saying goodbye to one of the most iconic SEA players – Mushi, Mineski have announced that their fifth player will be Johan “pieliedie” Åström.
As we all know, this won’t be his first adventure in the SEA Pro scene. Pieliedie was a part of Fnatic, along side EternalEnvy. They did fairly well and were even consider as one of the “hidden” favourites that is capable of winning TI 8. However, the team completely crumbled at the event, which led to the big roster change that happened.
Pieliedie will be making his debut with Mineski this Sunday in the SEA closed qualifiers for the Chongqing Major. Mineski are placed in Group A along side TNC Predator, 496 Gaming and Lotac.
— Mineski Pro Team (@MineskiProTeam) November 23, 2018
What are your thoughts on the roster changes? Do you think that Mineski will be able to compete with the other top teams in the world? Let us know in the comments down below.