Complexity Wins The Bidding War To Sign Ex-True Neutral Roster

Complexity Wins The Bidding War To Sign Ex-True Neutral Roster
Complexity Gaming

Written by 

Jack Marsh


12th Nov 2021 10:50

After two years out of competitive Rocket League, Complexity Gaming is back, signing the most sought-after roster in the market. The organisation has officially revealed that they have won the bidding war for the ex-True Neutral roster as they look to cement themselves as a top-four roster in their first season moving to North America.

Having released their roster back in December 2019, Complexity has re-entered Rocket League, changing to North America from their previous European rosters. Their trio of Facundo "Shad" Vallerino, Victor "Reysbull" Duran Parra, and Lautaro "ajg" Gusinsky has recently changed regions after conquering South America, relocating from Argentina and Chile to Mexico. The RLCS X SAM Champions became the first team from their region to make the move to NA, after being the first-ever non-Brazillian team to win the regional championships.

Since transitioning to NA in the RLCS 2021-22 season, the roster has secured a top-eight finish in the first regional, before improving on this with a semi-final appearance in the Haunted Hallows Cup.

Their clear potential saw many organisations look to capture their signatures, after seeing a huge multitude of tier 1 orgs enter the scene. With the likes of FaZe Clan, Na'Vi, Misfits, and Evil Geniuses all entering Rocket League Esports in 2021, Complexity fought off the competition of Moist Esports, among many others, looking to sign this widely respected roster.

Sören Vendsahm, General Manager and VP of Talent at Complexity Gaming, said, "Signing this top-tier roster is the ideal way to make our return to Rocket League. The squad has proven their dominance in South America and amassed a wildly passionate fanbase. We’re looking forward to building on that foundation and helping the team to evolve into a top contender in North America."

Complexity's last venture in Rocket League saw them host some of the greatest players in Europe between RLCS Season 5 and Season 8, managing to rack up $120,000 in winnings, a quarter of which came from their Season 5 World Championships bronze medal. Housing notable players such as Marius "gReazymeister" Ranheim and Otto "Metsanauris" Kaipiainen, Complexity fans will be excited to see if the South American roster can prove to fulfil their legacy and become kings of North America.

Since seeing Timothy "TimTheTatman" John Betar become co-owner of the organisation, complexity has also tested more esports ventures, including a possible return to Call of Duty esports, the title in which they were born within and became one of the greatest orgs in the history of the game.


Jack is an Esports Journalist at GGRecon. Graduating from the University of Chester, with a BA Honours degree in Journalism, Jack is an avid esports enthusiast and specialises in Rocket League, Call of Duty, VALORANT, and trending gaming news.

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