With the signing of the Bulgarian star, who will reportedly receive a salary of upwards of $20,000, Complexity are looking fill the role of the AWPer left vacant after the recent moves made by the North American organization, which saw the previous player in that role, Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan, put on the bench alongside the removal of the team’s former in-game leader, Rory “dephh” Jackson.
poizon has for a long time been on the radar as one of Europe’s biggest prospects who are yet to receive a chance to play at the highest level, having risen up the ranks over the past two years, first as part of Bpro before stepping up to Windigo in late 2018 and helping the team win WESG World Finals and Moche XL Esports this year.
According to a previous report by 1pv.fr, the team are looking to Kristian “k0nfig” Wienecke to fill the last remaining spot in the lineup. Such a move would create a European-majority roster, which would be required to qualify for the next Major, taking place in May 2020, through the Europe Minor.
If the two moves come to fruition, Complexity‘s active roster will look as follows: