Complexity follow a slew of other North American organizations — such as Akrew, NYXL, and DarkZero Esports — in dropping their rosters after having their application for Valorant's 2023 competitive ecosystem rejected. In their announcement, Complexity reiterated their objective was never to create "star-studded teams of known names," but instead that of fomenting younger talents like current The Guard The Guard North America Rank # players Jacob "valyn" Batio and Jonah "JonahP" Pulice.
Throughout their long history in Valorant, Complexity have been one of the many organizations fighting for slots in the top echelons of Valorant. Despite that, the team has never been able to reach the VCT, dropping out of qualifiers in the top 16 several times. Most recently, Complexity finished in the top four of the NSG Philadelphia LAN and second in the first Open of the NSG Summer Championship.
While Complexity's male roster is a part of the MEL Premiership, tournament officials told VLR.gg that Complexity will forfeit their two remaining matches against Soniqs Soniqs North America Rank #14 and Zero MarksMen Black Zero MarksMen Black North America Rank #55 . The organization will keep its investment into the Game Changers scene going with Complexity GX3 Complexity GX3 North America Rank #0 .