DeKay’s Sources: blameF set to join Complexity CSGO [Updated] - Dexerto
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DeKay’s Sources: blameF set to join Complexity CSGO [Updated]

Published: 26/Sep/2019 17:30 Updated: 7/Apr/2020 10:29

by Jarek "DeKay" Lewis

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Danish in-game leader Benjamin “blameF” Bremer has been in discussions with Complexity about joining their new CS:GO roster, according to multiple sources.

Update, September 26, 2019, 1:40pm EST: Complexity have now confirmed the signing of blameF from Heroic.

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It is expected that he will be transferred from Heroic in the very near future, said one source.

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blameF has been a member of Heroic since early 2019, helping them almost make the playoffs of both ESL One: Cologne 2019 and IEM Chicago 2019.

The head coach of Complexity Jamie “keita” Hall was blameF’s coach at Epsilon Esports, meaning the two will link up again for a second time. 

It is unclear at this time who will remain on the Complexity roster, but multiple sources have mentioned Owen “oBo” Schlatter is the only guaranteed member to remain. 

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Complexity announced the departure of Ricardo “Rickeh” Mulholland last week. 

The organization struggled at the Berlin Major, leading founder Jason Lake to publicly tweet that the results would not be tolerated, and that they would be exploring new options.

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How GeT_RiGHT became CSGO’s first God

Published: 9/Oct/2020 1:58 Updated: 9/Oct/2020 2:02

by Alan Bernal

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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive legend Christopher ‘GeT_RiGhT’ Alesund became the first god of the game by dazzling a generation of players, propelling the game’s meta by years, and leaving a historic mark not to be outdone anytime soon.

Since 2010, before CS:GO ever hit the market, GeT_RiGhT was already terrorizing teams in 1.6 with fellow Swede Patrik ‘f0rest’ Lindberg. Since their early 20s, the duo would rampage through events during their stints at Fnatic and SK Gaming.

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If his career would have stopped in the 1.6 servers, his name would have still carried weight through the esports annals -but then, Global Offensive came out in 2012, where he would ascend to even greater heights of notoriety.

From the start, GeT_RiGhT would prove to be an instrumental force to reshape the Counter-Strike meta, specializing in dangerous lurks that would tilt opponents or catch them off guard.

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It was risky, but so was his modus operandi. When early CS:GO pros would perfect their taps for long-range kills, he would hold Mouse1 to mow down entire teams with pinpoint recoil mastery.

He would soon be known for his multi-kills from a distance, without the need for consecutive fires, instead electing for choice bullet accuracy to push his team forward.

The #1 player in the world in 2013 and 2014, GeT_RiGhT, and the rest of the reformed Ninjas in Pyjamas that included Adam ‘Friberg,’ Robin ‘Fifflaren’ Johansson, Forest, and Richard ‘Xizt’ Landström would create an astounding 87-0 map win run.

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GeT_RiGhT would go on to have an illustrious career filled with trophies, titles, and glory, becoming the first god of CS:GO along the way.