EternalEnvy and Sneyking have been released by the team while Skemberlu has been removed from the active roster.

Mutual Partings

According to compLexity Gaming’s official announcement on their website, Jacky “EternalEnvy” Mao and Jingjun “Sneyking” Wu have been released from the team. It appears that both players have requested their release. The organization has complied by allowing both players out of their contracts.

Shortly after his release, EternalEnvy immediately tweeted that he’s looking for an offlaner, so there’s no doubt that we’ll still be seeing him this season. Sneyking’s whereabouts as of the moment, however, are still unknown. Sneyking has only been with the team for a short while before he decided to leave. Nevertheless, all three have done service to the organization by getting the team qualified for both the DreamLeague Season 10 and ESL One Hamburg 2018. The team’s performance in both tournaments was mediocre at best, with the team barely breaking through the top six in DreamLeague.


CompLexity Gaming has also put Andrei “Skemberlu” Ong to their inactive roster. This comes after Skemberlu’s much-publicized actions during DreamLeague Season 10. It would seem as if coL made this decision as a punishment to Skemberlu. However, this also came after the player’s request for a Canadian visa has been denied. Due to this, Skemberlu would not be able to go to the team’s bootcamp, let alone compete with them in qualifiers.

It’s unclear whether or not Skemberlu’s removal from the active roster has been due to his actions in DreamLeague. However the case, Skemberlu’s visa problems has put the nail on the coffin.

Left Behind

Linus “Limmp” Blomdin and Zakari “Zfreek” Freedman are the two players left in the team’s active roster. They find themselves left behind again, searching for new teammates. The two were facing similar conditions right before the other three joined the team. Their TI8 teammates, Adam, Moo and MoonMeander went on to their separate ways, leaving Limmp and Zfreek behind.

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