Coldzera Reportedly Set to Join Complexity’s Active CS:GO Roster
Coldzera might finally be returning to competitive CS:GO once again!
Complexity Gaming has managed to make it through the group stage of ESL Pro League Season-14 despite not competing with their regular roster. While they secured the services of Niels Christian "NaToSaphiX" Sillassen for this tournament, going ahead, the team might be looking to sign the Brazilian star rifler, Marcelo "coldzera" David, as jointly reported by Dexerto, 1pv.fr, and ge.
Coldzera, who is currently sitting on FaZe Clan's bench since stepping down in June, has been absent from the competitive CS:GO circuit for more than three months now. He will be coming in as a replacement for Kristian "k0nfig" Wienecke, who injured his right wrist just days before ESL Pro League Season 14 was scheduled to kick off.
Coldzera reportedly set to be k0nfig's replacement for Complexity
After using NaToSaphiX as a temporary substitute for k0nfig in the currently ongoing ESL Pro League Season 14, the North American organization is reportedly all set to sign the 26-year-old Brazilian star rifler, coldzera for their next few tournaments.
If the signing actually takes place, coldzera will be returning to the competitive circuit after more than three months and will probably be seen in action at the upcoming BLAST Premier: Fall Groups 2021. The match, scheduled to take place on 24th September, will witness Complexity go up against coldzera's former team, FaZe Clan.
He will be replacing k0nfig on the team's active CS:GO roster, who broke and dislocated his right wrist on 17th August, just days before Complexity was scheduled to start competing at the ongoing tournament.
K0nfig was forced to undergo surgery which has been completed successfully, this was followed by him being forced to wear a cast for about four to six weeks which will be removed on 15th September. This will be followed by some physical therapy to get the wrist working properly once again, meaning that the 24-year-old Dane will still be out of action for quite some time now.
Coldzera had earlier said that he had received about seven to eight offers since being on FaZe Clan's bench, but he did not rush with a decision as he wanted to be more careful with his next project. It is unclear at this point in time as for what team coldzera will join in the future.