The US team compLexity Gaming has reported new changes to the lineup of Counter-Strike shooters: Global Offensive.
These changes begin with the departure of the young 24-year-old Derek “desi” Branchen who joined the group in January when he replaced Canadian teenager Cory “APE” Bate.
The departure of the player for no reason or benefit was due to the team’s desire to bring 27-year-old Peter “ptr” Gurney to their main squad, meaning that the well-known AWP is the substitute for desi.
Ptr has been without any team since leaving the US and Canadian NRG team after spending nearly two years with them but failing to achieve acceptable performance with them at least in the recent DreamHack Open, DreamHack Open Valencia and DreamHack Open Atlanta, He found a new home for himself with the compLexity Gaming team.
The team’s overall performance was not generally satisfactory but showed a mix of good and bad results in their career with many changes and variations on their main squad. Recently, they ended up in fourth place at the Fragadelphia 11 after losing to Bee’s Money Crew Stunning performance from Canadian player Joshua “steel” Nissan.
The new lineup now consists of the following :
Rory “dephh” Jackson
Peter “ptr” Gurney
Bradley “ANDROID-X23” Fodor
Alec “Slemmy” White
Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker
Matt “Warden” Dickens (coach)
— compLexity Gaming (@compLexityLive) August 10, 2017