Complexity benches ShahZam while parting ways with Dephh

Aditya Singh Rawat
28/Oct/2019 09:47 pm

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Complexity has announced the benching of Shahzeeb “ShahZam” Khan while also parting ways with Rory “dephh” Jackson, who had been a part of the Complexity line-up for more than three years.

The 27-year-old British rifler will be departing complexity after playing for quite a long duration during which he has attended three majors with the squad including, FACEIT Major: London 2018, IEM Katowice 2019, and StarLadder Berling Major 2019.

Walking away with him will be ShahZam, who will no longer be a part of the team’s active line-up. ShahZam had joined the team back in April last year and has spent more than a year with the organization. He has a lot of experience under his belt having played for Cloud9, OpTic Gaming, and Echo Fox, before coming on-board Complexity.

The North American organization still seems to be finding the right balance within its squad. The reiteration of its line-up which started after a terrible performance at the Berlin Major still seems to be going on, as the team is now two-man short of a complete roster.

According to, there might be hints of Complexity trying to obtain the services of Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke, ahead of its participation in the second stage of ESL Pro League Season 10 - Europe which is scheduled to start in a few weeks time.

With one slot still left to be filled out, Complexity seems to be making big changes in order to keep up with the NA powerhouses, Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid.

The current Complexity roster is as follows,

  • Owen "oBo" Schlatter

  • Benjamin "blameF" Bremer

  • William "RUSH" Wierzba

  • Jamie "keita" Hall [Coach]

  • Shahzeb "ShahZaM" Khan [Inactive]


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Aditya Singh Rawat is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.