Complexity looking towards NEO & KioShiMa according to Rickeh

Complexity looking towards NEO & KioShiMa according to Rickeh

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Ricky ‘Rickeh’ Mulholland in a recent Twitch stream was heard saying that Complexity was trying to get their hands on Filip ‘NEO’ Kubski and Fabien ‘KioShiMa’ Fiey.

FaZe Clan has not had the best time since putting NEO in charge of the roster and are actively looking to switch him out. The 32-year old IGL who has only played for two teams in the last five years is a legend for the CIS community. He has led the legendary Virtus.Pro squad for almost five years and joined FaZe in May after being without a team since December last year.

NEO’s short stay is a proof that things haven’t gone the way FaZe would have liked them to go, and a 12th-14th finish at the StarLadder Berlin Major 2019 has sealed the fact that things need to change for the European conglomerate.

KioShiMa, on the other hand, has been out of action since leaving Cloud9 back in March this year. The player will be making a return to NA Counter-Strike once again if he is picked up by Complexity.

Having played for teams like LDLC, FaZe Clan, Team Envy, etc, the player certainly has a good amount of experience while also having raw skill and sound mechanics. Also, the fact that he has played in both the EU and NA regions will be mighty helpful.

While everyone is excited and looks forward to KioShiMa being a part of Complexity, the same cannot be said for NEO, against whom the community stands divided. Let’s see if this actually turns out to be true.

With Jason Lake already giving a shout out to tier-one players, it is still a bit early to call how accurate these changes are. Stay tuned for further updates on the situation.

Aditya 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.