Nahaz becomes compLexity’s Coach

Dota 2 Andreea “divushka” Esanu

Left off The International 6 talent list, Alan 'Nahaz' Bester found a job that fits him like a glove for the upcoming TI6.

compLexity Gaming, who are one of a few teams to lack a coach or an analyst for their Dota 2 squad will now have on their side one of the most important Dota 2 statisticians to help them figure out their opponents in the TI6 Wildcards. Although one may think this is just a nice and good opportunity to reward Nahaz for the work he put through the year with his in depth analysis on the ever changing meta, there’s no doubt that Alan Bester’s professionalism will be put to great use as coach.

Very experienced in how to deal with young individuals due to his day by day job as Professor of Economics at the University of Western Ontario, in Canada, Nahaz is for sure the most suited person to stand right next to Kyle 'swindlemelonzz' Freedman and work together in developing the team strategies for the most important event of the year.

To many people Nahaz may seem like an odd choice for a coaching position, but to myself and our team, he was the only choice. Nahaz is extremely intelligent, well spoken, hard working, and his mature approach and attitude extends to the way in which he works with our team. What he may lack in professional experience in the booth, Alan more than makes up for with his preparation, statistical analysis, and ultimately the way in which he enhances our team’s ability to prepare and improve. I could not be more happy to welcome Nahaz on board for The International. - compLexity General Manager Kyle 'Beef' Bautista

To achieve a TI6 main event spot, compLexity Gaming will have to conquer the last qualifier stage. The Wild Card, where four teams are fighting for the two spots available. coL’s adversaries are EHOME, Escape Gaming and Execration.

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Will Nahaz make the difference for compLexity at this year International?

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Andreea “divushka” Esanu
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  • "Booncz" ,
    and there goes there chance to qualify :)
    • Joseph "mirsyf" S ,
      CoL gonna qualify with EHome no matter what. It doesnt make much difference to have a coach at this time IMO
      • "Booncz" ,
        you are of course right...but Escape is actually a team capable of pulling an upset over them, not saying that Nahaz will have any role in anything, he's just kind of there EDIT: Still coL is the team a cheer for when my favorite teams are out (I'm CIS fan), I admire their dedication to the game as well as to their team mates. They stick together, trying to improve constantly, not EGO reshuffling after every tournament....
  • SumaiL "SumaiLISISPorki" Shit ,
    I am happy for Nahaz and wish him all the best for this important role. But realistically I expect Ehome to pull through in the qualifiers, with Escape gaming having a reasonable shot in securing the second Wild card spot. Complexity can upset Escape though as wilder things had happened in the past.
  • Sohail "GT-R" Raisi ,
    There Goes Complexity Dream for Qualifying in TI6
  • lubos "lubacos" kovacik ,
    CompLexity gained respect in my eyes. Well done boys..
  • Number 1 "clariska" of Number 99 ,
    I am kinda agreeing with Boon.Even without a coach Col will most prob end just behind EHOME.I hope escape qualify but i highly doubt it....


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