North American esports organization Complexity has announced the signing of Danish CSGO pro Patrick “es3tag” Hansen. Fans will be able to see the 25-year-old in action once again following a period of 4 months of him being inactive in Cloud9.
Hansen will be joining the active CSGO roster of Complexity in the place of William “RUSH” Wierzba, who had been benched from the squad prior to the change.
“I had hoped we would achieve more with this roster, but we simply didn’t meet our expectations time and time again,” Rush acknowledged in a Twitter post.
He also claimed that “a change was needed in the roster.”
“We’ve had an eye on es3tag for quite some time as he’s obviously an amazing player,” Jason Lake, CEO of Complexity, told HLTV. “Additionally, beyond that, I believe his work ethic, attitude, and knowledge of the game will help get this roster to the next level where it belongs. I’m extremely excited to welcome him to the Complexity family.”
With this new set of changes to the team, the current Complexity lineup includes the following players:
- Benjamin “blameF” Bremer
- Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke
- Valentin “poizon” Vasilev
- Justin “jks” Savage
- Patrick “es3tag” Hansen
Fans will be able to watch the new Complexity roster make its debut at the ESL Pro League that is scheduled to start on August 16th.
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