TimTheTatman Joins Complexity Gaming as Co-owner and Content Creator
Timothy John ‘TimTheTatman’ Betar is now a part of Complexity Gaming as a content creator and co-owner. The popular streamer recently moved out of Twitch and joined YouTube as part of an exclusivity deal. Rumors of the content creator joining an esports organization circulated when he was seen on vacation with 100 Thieves co-owners Matthew “Nadeshot” Haag and Jack “CouRage” Dunlop. But it looks like Tim will not be joining 100 Thieves as the rumors suggested. Instead he will be creating content under the Complexity Gaming banner and working with partners to create exclusive merchandise.
TimTheTatman will work on exclusive Complexity Gaming merchandise
Tim revealed in the official announcement, “the connection with the Dallas Cowboys and the support of Jerry Jones is outstanding. I’m a lifelong Cowboys fan so this is a special opportunity within esports.” He was impressed by the Complexity HQ in Frisco, Texas, USA.
Complexity intends to work with TimTheTatman and GameSquare to create exclusive merchandise collections for the Complexity Gaming brand. The collection is expected to be available online and at a welcome ceremony to be held at Complexity’s headquarters in Texas. Details of future events, branded content, and collaborations will be made available by the streamer himself and Complexity Gaming at a later date.
Jason Lake, Founder and CEO, Complexity Gaming stated “TimTheTatman is an iconic streamer and will be an invaluable addition to the Complexity family as we look to expand our footprint in content creation.” Tim is one of the most popular content creators globally and has over 16 million social followers. He primarily creates content for Call of Duty: Warzone.
Timthetatman is not the only star who moved out of YouTube recently. Benjamin ‘DrLupo’ Lupo was also one of the major Twitch stars who moved to Google’s platform. The sudden shifts by such popular streamers are heating up the competition between the streaming platforms. TimTheTatman was reunited with Herschel “Dr Disrespect” Beahm IV on the platform after months.
Dr Disrespect was banned for unknown reasons from the platform last year and it prevented Tim from playing on stream with him due to the terms of service on the platform. With TimTheTatman moving back to YouTube, he will be able to play on stream together with Dr Disrespect.
Tim is not the only content creator to have been recently picked up by an esports organization. 100 Thieves recently signed Jack "NiceWigg" Martin as an Apex Legends content creator last week. Esports organizations are are investing into content creation to leverage the fan following that some of the biggest pros and creators have on platforms like Twitch and YouTube.