compLexity replace Rogue at ECS Season 7 Finals
Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz‘s side have been chosen as the replacement at the $500,000 finals due to placing second in the first week of play in ECS Season 7 North America, losing a narrow grand final series to Rogue.
The announcement comes less than a week following the disbandment of Rogue‘s CS:GO division, as most of its individual parts received offers from other organizations, with Hunter “SicK” Mims leaving for compLexity and Daniel “vice” Kim trying out in Cloud9, while the Danish duo Mathias “MSL” Lauridsen and Nikolaj “niko” Kristensen are on the cusp of joining OpTic.
compLexity take the ECS Finals spot vacated by Rogue
The updated team list of ECS Season 7 Finals, which will run from June 6-9 in London, United Kingdom, looks as follows:
In addition, compLexity have withdrawn from the third week of ECS Season 7 North America, with FURIA taking their place after a loss to NRG in the grand final of the second week’s bracket saw them narrowly miss out on spot at the finals.
Due to not having a roster, @Rogue are unable to fulfil their commitments to ECS for the remainder of #ECS7 and the Finals.@compLexity have replaced Rogue at the ECS Season 7 Finals, as they finished second in the week that Rogue won.https://t.co/oYA9yLZwfq
— ECS (@ecs) March 26, 2019