Complexity Gaming on Twitter have revealed the departure of Willian “RUSH” Wierzba” from their CSGO division. The 27-year-old has been benched from the active roster in the wake of poor showings across last year.
Having joined Complexity from Cloud9’s bench alongside blameF, RUSH had been a part of the “Juggernaut” program led by Benjamin “blameF” Bremer with whom he joined the former team in 2019.
Under RUSH, Complexity never found their place at the top of the scene despite winning the BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Finals where they beat Vitality in the Grand Finals. It was the only time when Complexity were deemed to be in their prime form as their rhythm went spiraling down, going forward. A plethora of mid-table finishes across the year 2020 and their recent exit from the IEM Cologne Group Stage at the hands of Virtus.pro had the team reconsider their options for the future.
RUSH undoubtedly had been an integral part of Cloud9 CSGO in their triumph at the ELEAGUE Boston Major’18, which made Complexity sign him in the first place after the Los-Angeles-based organization decided to revamp their roster led by Damian “daps” Steele. RUSH’s departure follows the exit of head coach Jamie “keita” Hall with whom Complexity mutually parted ways with.
Ahead of the player break, Complexity are the first time to shuffle up their roster going forward. It was later revealed that Patrick ‘es3tag” Hansen was signed into the former’s CSGO roster and would debut with the team at the ESL Pro League Season 14, scheduled to start from August 16.
Complexity are now:
- Benjamin “blameF” Bremer
- Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke
- Valentin “poizon” Vasilev
- Justin “jks” Savage
- Patrick “es3tag” Hansen
- William “RUSH” Wierzba (Moved to the bench)
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