As one of the original HoN competitors swindle was often on the outskirts of success, but over the last two years he has made his mark on eSports. The outspoken, cocky drafter and captain of the stayGreen championship team might be controversial, but he also has a resume to back up his talk. During his HoN tenure he was awarded accolades ranging from Best Drafter to Most Valuable Captain, and the highly coveted 2013 Most Valuable Player award. He now looks to translate his success to the competitive DOTA 2 world, where he hopes to carry his team to victory.
Perhaps one of the best players in HoN history, ZfreeK has made a career in the shadows of other big names. As a jungle player and support his actions would be expected to remain in the background, yet Zfreek’s skills showed off a new potential in his positions. With stellar play on multiple teams and in multiple roles ZfreeK has earned himself a spot in the elite player group. His consistency and dedication to learning a game inside and out are what make him a force on the field, while his sarcastic nature and quick wit are what make him a fan favorite.
David ‘Moo’ Hull is a veteran American player hailing from Ohio, USA. His rise to prominence included an impressive Shanghai Major online qualifier with Team Archon, which led to being picked up by the rag tag group that would go on to become TI6 Digital Chaos. There Moo excelled in the offlane, making big plays and drawing chants of “Mooooo” from the crowd. He helped lead the team to an impressive second place finish at TI6, and now calls coL.Dota his home. His aggressive style of offlane can adapt to any situation, so surely his skills will be put to good use in the black and red.
One of the stars in Heroes of Newerth, now a rising force in Dota 2. Swedish professional Chessie was one of the most promising young talents in the game of Dota 2 last year, when injuries set him back. Ever since then he vowed to come back stronger than ever, first by making his mark steadily on the pubs in Europe, now back to the competitive scene. As versatile as they come, Chessie will be the carry of this team - a change to his past with compLexity Gaming. Back in the HoN team he was one of the most prolific jungle players under the black and red brand, now he looks to become equally feared as a carry player.
Brothers unite in compLexity. The family bond of the organization is strong, so putting the band back together and reuniting the “Vanguard Brothers” of old is the way to go. As a HoN player Limmp never wore the coL swoosh, but he still gathered experience playing on squads with his brother, swindle and Zfreek before. He has spent his last months with Handsken under the NiP banner, traveling the world, making a name for themselves and becoming X-Games Champions. Now Limmp returns back to the roots, back to his brother and old brothers in arms. The mid player is mechanically gifted, blessed with a wide hero pool and playmaking ability. In recent pubs he has dominated - a trait he will hopefully carry over to the competitive battlegrounds as well.
Josh 'Chef Josh' Schmidt is the team manager and personal chef for the Complexity Dota 2 team. Joining the team at a young age, Josh was initially only the culinary mind behind the team, but following a year of traveling, he found he was also passionate about managing the team. Since then he moved up the ranks to the division general manager, and travels with the team and facilitates their performance during a demanding schedule. Josh is a proponent of a healthy lifestyle including proper nutrition, fitness regimens, and always enjoying what you do.