Complexity have secured the signing of jks
Complexity have finalised a deal for Justin “jks” Savage from 100 Thieves. The Australian will be replacing Owen “oBo” Schlatter, who made his return to The United States after a long tenure in Europe with Complexity.
The move comes just over a week after 100 Thieves announced that they will be making their exit from CS:GO due to difficulty navigating around the current global crisis.
jks was able to achieve new heights individually in 2019, breaking into HLTV’s Top 20 players of the year after leading his team to a second-place finish at IEM Beijing. This will be his first non-Australian team after having represented the likes of 100 Thieves, Renegades and Vox Eminor in the past.
“Once we found out that they (100 Thieves) were gonna let go of the team, I kinda got the word out. Basically, Jason (Lake) just hit me up, said he was super interested. It all happened very quickly” jks explained in an interview with Complexity.
“I know that if we get to work and do the things that we are supposed to do I think we will be a very good team, and winning trophies is my number one goal.”
With the addition of jks, Complexity’s roster now looks as follows: