The storied Texan organization Complexity Complexity North America Rank #10 have revealed their Valorant roster on social media. The organization's entrance into Valorant was first teased by PAX, who announced Complexity as one of the eight currently invited teams in the PAX Arena Invitational.
The roster primarily consists of former CS:GO players, with most of the players previously playing in ESL Pro League or ESEA's MDL division.
C0M is a former ESEA MDL player, previously playing for Vikings and Mythic, having only recently retired from CS:GO at the beginning of July in order to focus on competitive Valorant.
Similarly, agM is a former professional CS:GO player who last played for Third Impact in ESEA Advanced, before retiring in April and moving over to competitive Valorant. He is currently banned from Valve events due to a VAC ban on his account from 2014.
ohai is a former CS:GO and Apex Legends player, who has already made a name for himself in Valorant, making placements in multiple NerdStreetGamers weekly cups and qualifiers.
Xp3 is French former CS 1.6 and CS:GO player, well-known for having lived and competed in the North American scene for the past 11 years. He previously played for Complexity in 2010, taking the team to the ESEA Invite Season 6 finals in Dallas. He was also previously the coach for Team Diginitas' female CS:GO team.
Complexity's first confirmed debut will be in the aforementioned PAX Arena Invitational, the next North American event in the Ignition Series.
The EsportsDoug x eUnited Charity Clash still has three undetermined invites remaining, but it is not yet confirmed if Complexity will be receiving one.