Ahead of Blizzard's official Overwatch League later this year, CompLexity Gaming have announced that they're releasing their entire roster. CompLexity general manager Kyle Bautista noted "ongoing roster stability" as a contributing factor to their decision to bow out of the competitive scene, but he said it's "never a decision we take lightly."
In the press release, compLexity said they've made the decision in order to evaluate the game's developing competitive landscape. They "have the full intention of returning to competitive Overwatch, but at this time we need to assess the best way in which to tackle the fluid ecosystem."
Jake "TorkTJO" Lepoff, Nicolas "NicolasTJO" Aubin, Joe "Joemeister" Gramano, and Mihail "Meza" Păunescu are the four free agents, while Jackson "Shake" Kaplan is still part of the complexity name until he transfers to a new organisation.
Last week Team SoloMid also dropped their Overwatch team, with Taylor "b1am" Forrest claiming that finances motivated their decision. Do you think more teams will drop Overwatch rosters?
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