ACHES has announced his return to #coLofDuty, and brings some new faces along to the team with him.

Today, compLexity Gaming announced changes to their Call of Duty roster. After ending Stage 2 with a paltry 10th place finish, compLexity decided to revamp the old roster of:

  • Chris “Parasite” Duarte
  • Marcus “MiRx” Carter
  • Jevon “Goonjar” Gooljar-Lim
  • Richard “Ricky” Stacy

    The new roster consists of:

  • Richard “Ricky” Stacy
  • Patrick “ACHES” Price
  • Lamar “Accuracy” Abedi
  • Andres “Lacefield” Lacefield

    This marks ACHES return to compLexity since his historic run with the team during Call of Duty: Black Ops 2. Since Black Ops 3 was released, ACHES has played with Team EnVyUs, subbed in for OpTic Gaming, then had a short run with 100Thieves, and has finally landed with compLexity.

    Lacefield comes from H2K, where he was cited as a major part of their success. It was often noted that in H2K’s wins, Lacefield went off. After a quick first-round exit in Stage 2 Playoffs, H2K’s future in CoD was unclear. H2K will likely pick up another team, as they could still qualify for the Call of Duty: World League Championship through the NA Qualifiers.

    Accuracy has bounced around on teams, but his most recent noteriety comes from nearly qualifying for Stage 2 with Counter Logic Gaming, who sadly fell short of a win. Since then, Accuracy placed 21st-24th with Primed at MLG Anaheim.

    This new compLexity team looks to qualify for CoD Champs, as they currently sit in a three-way tie for eighth place in NA Championship Points (needed to directly qualify for CoD Champs). The roster will be competing at MLG Orlando, which takes place on August 5th-7th.

    What are your thoughts on compLexity’s new roster? Do you think they will qualify for CoD Champs? Let us know in the comments below and be sure to follow us on Twitter – @GAMURScom – for more esports coverage.