The exodus continues for the coL roster as another player departs from the North American organization.
If you thought that we were all out of news concerning North American organization compLexity Gaming, you thought wrong, as the team has lost yet another player from its roster today. Just 3 days removed from the departure of support player Adam “Adam” Shah, and just 1 day since David “Moo” Hull announced that he was leaving the team as well, David “MoonMeander” Tan has revealed that he too will be leaving compLexity Gaming. As of right now, MoonMeander did not clarify if he was going to be looking for a new team for the 2018-2019 season, but since no hiatus or other plans were revealed in his announcement, the assumption for the time being is that the Canadian offlaner will be searching for a new squad before the registration deadline. With MoonMeander leaving the team, the roster of compLexity Gaming has now dropped to just 2 players heading into September and what will likely be the height of the offseason free agency period.
With MoonMeander now hitting the open market as a free agent, expect to see quite a bit of interest in the offlaner from teams as the September 15 registration deadline approaches. Though his Dota 2 career dates back to 2014, MoonMeander had spent significant time as a professional Heroes of Newerth player before making the transition between the games. Between those 2 games, MoonMeander has extensive experience playing in both the North American and European regions, and has seen a fair bit of success on the international level with 2 Major Championships and 2 TI appearances. Whether he opts to remain within the North American region or make another jump to Europe, MoonMeander will likely have multiple opportunities to either join a preexisting squad or form a new one from the myriad free agent talents that are available this offseason.
The roster of compLexity Gaming following the departure of MoonMeander:
Linus “Limmp” Blomdin (Mid)
Zakari “Zfreek” Freedman (Support)