Owen "oBo" Schlatter has left Complexity to return to the United States, causing uncertainty for the team before the playoffs.
The organization's CEO, Jason Lake, announced his departure in a live stream on Tuesday.
Lake said the team expected the 17-year-old oBo to leave following the ESL Pro League Season 12: Europe playoffs, which start Sept. 29. Instead, he said oBo called him from the airport on Tuesday to say he was heading home.
Now, Complexity will try to find a new team for oBo in the United States as well as a substitute for him moving forward. Until that occurs, coach Jamie "Keita" Hall is a possibility to play in place of oBo.
Complexity's current lineup is:
--Benjamin "?blameF?" Bremer
--William "?RUSH?" Wierzba
--Kristian "?k0nfig?" Wienecke
--Valentin "?poizon?" Vasilev
--Jamie "?keita?" Hall (coach)
Complexity begins action in the ESL Pro League playoffs next week against ENCE after finishing 5-2 in the group stage.
--Field Level Media