CEO of Complexity Gaming told how he chose players for the CS: GO roster

Founder and CEO of Complexity Gaming, Jason Lake, turned to consultants when selecting players for the CS: GO roster. In an interview with VPEsports, he also hinted that one of the members who played for the club at StarLadder Berlin Major 2019 could leave the team.


Jason Lake, head of Complexity Gaming:
“Back in Berlin, during the major, I gathered a team of internal and external analysts to thoroughly study all the options for roasters. We relied both on the good old feeling of Counter-Strike, and on an in-depth study of statistics, eventually sorting through dozens of options. Among the options often appeared blameF and RUSH, which are able to take the team to a new level. Only time will judge this decision, but I believe in the guys and expect a lot from them. ”

After departing from the preliminary stage of the Berlin Major, Lake said that he would not accept this result and was ready to recruit new players. It is known that the club was interested in Philip NEO Kubsky and Fabien kioShiMa Fie. According to insiders, the organization was ready to pay ex-captain of ENCE eSports Alexi Aleksib Virolainen a million dollars for two years of the contract, but the Finn refused.

September 26, Complexity Gaming announced two newcomers. They became blameF and RUSH.

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