CompLexity down to two; Moonmeander out
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David 'Moonmeander' Tan has taken his leave from compLexity Gaming for the upcoming season, leaving the organization down to two players.
CompLexity Gaming's numbers just keep dropping as more players have cut ties with the organization. Most recently, David 'Moonmeander' Tan has announced his departure from the organization, which leaves the North American organization with only two players left and two weeks to secure their new roster to compete in the first round of DPC events.
Moonmeander joined the roster at the end of May, along with Adam 'Adam' Shah —who also took his leave only three days ago. The two were added with hopes of reviving the team in time for the TI8 qualifiers, but unfortunately, compLexity took 5th in the regional qualifiers, missing out on the three spots allocated for the region for the main event.
All three players and compLexity gaming will have just a few weeks to secure rosters and find their synergy on the playing field. Teams need to register their new rosters by September 15th in order to gain an invite to the regional qualifiers for the first DPC events. The first competitive DPC dates are as follows:
Sep 17-Sep 21: Major Qualifier
Sep 23-Sep 26: Minor Qualifiers
Oct 29-Nov 4: Minor Main Event
Nov 8-Nov 19: Major Main Event
Current compLexity Gaming roster: