Uber out of compLexity

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compLexity Gaming will be releasing Michael "Uber" Stapells from their team in the wake of lackluster results from the team.

The North American organisation announced today that one of their most recent acquisition, Michael "Uber" Stapells, will be leaving the team after nearly half a year of service for compLexity. The team has struggled in recent months to post results for their organisation, with zero top eight finishes this year and an abysmal current standing in a number of leagues, most notably their rock bottom position in the ESL Pro League with just a single win out of ten matches.

Today we are announcing a change to our Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. Effective immediately Michael "Uber" Stapells will be released from the compLexity Counter-Strike roster. We’re very grateful to have had Uber play for compLexity over the last six months, and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.

coL has yet to announce a replacement for Uber, but will begin holding try-outs for the vacated position in the coming week. As of now, the team's roster consists of the following four players:

United Kingdom Rory "dephh" Jackson
United States Derek "desi" Branchen
Canada Bradley "android-x23" Fodor
United Kingdom Kia "Surreal" Man

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