As a veteran in the MOBA genre, Zfreek brings more than 7 successful years in gaming. Starting as one of the most promising 4-position players in HoN, he made the switch over to Dota 2 in 2014. Since then has been a constant member of compLexity Gaming, anchoring the team from the support position. Two TI appearances, multiple majors and minors - Zak has become a fan favorite in the scene.
Just like his teammate Zfreek, Limmp also comes from a background of competitive gaming in Heroes of Newerth. Playing on multiple teams in his Dota 2 career, his path with compLexity Gaming always seems to cross. His third stint with the team has lasted for over two years, in which he has traveled the world and competed in several majors and minors for the organization. As a feared mid-player the Swede has made a name for himself, constantly eager to go head-to-head with the best players in the world.
meracleGalvin Kang Jian Wen
On the South East Asian scene for quite a while, Meracle has been playing Dota since he was 12-years old. His first competitive journey in Dota 2 began in 2012 at the age of 17, when he captained the First Departure squad during TI3 qualifier days. Since then the Singaporean has been around the scene, yet never fully made the big splash he’s looking for. The objective-oriented player is ready to make a breakthrough on the international scene, with the best of both worlds working for him - an NA org and some familiar SEA teammates.
dethYang Wu Heng
As one of the youngsters on the roster of compLexity Gaming, Deth lets his play do the talking. It only took him a few days of practice and some official matches within the team to garner the respect of his fellow teammates, selecting him for the drafting position for the squad very quickly. A promising start within the organization, one that has already led to a LAN qualification - more will surely follow.
You can call him either 343 or Adam, he really doesn’t mind either way. Just like Limmp, 343 has also been in the organization previously, both as a player and a coach. This current run comes alongside his two South East Asian teammates Deth and Meracle, as they work to make it back to a big TI run. Adam has been on the biggest stage before, having a 4th place finish at The International on his resume. His leadership and strategic prowess is what the team looks towards in critical moments.