Caroline Rutledge

Caroline Rutledge

Caroline is an esports journalist focusing on CS:GO. Starting out as a casual CS:GO fan, her interest quickly turned into a passion as she spent years studying the game. She has put that knowledge to use as a journalist, now writing about professional CS:GO for multiple websites including TheGamer.

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CSGO: Complexity Add K0nfig and Poizon

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The Complexity CS:GO team is adding K0nfig and Poizon to their roster.


Complexity have announced their signings of Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke and Valentin “poizon” Vasilev. These additions come shortly after Rory “dephh” Jackson and Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan were released from the active roster. The organization’s CS:GO roster has been completely overhauled since their disappointing exit from the StarLadder Berlin Major earlier this year.

Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke has been a member of multiple prominent Danish lineups since his career began, representing Dignitas, North, and OpTic Gaming in recent years. The 22-year-old was recently left without a team after OpTic Gaming’s roster decided to disband due to failing to find a new organization. Wienecke is widely considered to be one of the best talents in Denmark, aiding his teams in victories at EPICENTER Moscow 2016 and DreamHack Open Montreal 2017. He was given the MVP title of both events and was named the 14th best player of 2017. Wienecke now joins Complexity in his second stint in North America, the first being in 2018 when he first joined OpTic Gaming’s mixed roster.

20-year-old Valentin “poizon” Vasilev is the next player to join Complexity in the organization’s quest to “build a juggernaut.” The Bulgarian AWPer made a name for himself on Windigo, a national team that made headlines earlier this year with their victory at the WESG 2018 World Finals. The Bulgarian squad took down MIBR and G2 on their way to the trophy. Multiple reports suggested that Vasilev was on his way to Complexity as Windigo ceased operations last month. Poizon’s addition to the Complexity lineup moves the team into a European majority, which may affect their qualification process for future Majors. CEO Jason Lake has been quoted saying, “We will see if it's possible to attend the Americas Minor, but if not we will be ready to navigate the one in Europe.”

Complexity was expected to compete in the remainder of ESL Pro League Season 10 but had to withdraw after the new additions were deemed ineligible due to having played with other teams this season. OpTic and Windigo finished fourth in their respective groups, sending both teams to relegation. Complexity has no other appearances currently scheduled for the rest of the year.

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