Former 100 Thieves rifler Justin "jks" Savage has been signed by North American esports organization Complexity Gaming for an undisclosed amount. The rumor was ripe about this particular signing and they have indeed come true as jks fills in the vacant spot left by Owen “oBo” Schlatter who is currently on the team’s bench.
Jks Reveals The Reason Behind Joining Complexity
Jks in a recent interview with HLTV said that he had quite a few offers on his table from both North American and European teams but he felt that Complexity was the safest choice for him.
“I did get a few — it wasn't a lot or anything like that, but it was a few and they were really interesting.”
He says that Complexity became the most comfortable choice for him because his role on the team seemed to work out for everyone in theory and because he felt that the team would further improve with him joining them.
Talking about his new teammates jks said that he likes blameF for the amount of hard work that he puts in, both RUSH and k0nfig are experienced players, and poizon is also a fantastic upcoming AWPer. Jks further spoke about the potential that he sees in Complexity, how they have been competing really well against some of the best CS:GO teams in the world and his wish of moving to Europe finally coming true!
“The team has a lot of potential and I think that we can actually win a lot of tournaments. I think we have the potential to be really good.”
There was a bit of appreciation for Complexity’s management as well with jks saying that he clearly sees that the players are well taken care of and that the owner of the team Jason Lake is also passionate about the team.
Complexity who moved to Europe early on in the year has been competing in the region ever since CS:GO transitioned to online competitions. They have been thriving well among the high level of competition and their biggest win so far has been at the BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 European Finals.
Let’s see if they can improve their run in the region with the added firepower that jks brings along with him. There are still a lot of tournaments left to be played out before the year comes to an end.