Apr 11 2016 - 10:39 pm
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compLexity Gaming Tweaks Call of Duty Roster

Rostermania for Call of Duty has begun again, and the first team to make a roster change is compLexity Gaming. Find out what the change is.
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Just minutes after Christopher “Parasite” Duarte announced he was dropped from compLexity Gaming, the organization announced his replacement: Jevon “Goonjar” Gooljar.

https://twitter.com/Parasite/status/719684273406500864

https://twitter.com/compLexityLive/status/719684372195123201

In a tumultuous Stage 1 of the 2016 Call of Duty World League North American Pro Division, compLexity ended the regular season in 6th place and on a six-game losing streak. Their run of form was far from impressive, and the team was quickly dispatched 0-4 in the first round of the playoffs by FaZe Clan. The team needed something to change, and it looks like this was their fix.

Goonjar spent Stage 1 under the Team Kaliber banner and was forced to compete in the relegation tournament to fight for his team’s spot in the CWL. At least, he would have competed in the tournament if Visa issues had not left him stuck in Canada, leaving Team Kaliber to find a last-second replacement in Marcus “MBoZe” Blanks. Unfortunately for Team Kaliber, they would lose their match 2-4 to KingPapey. Regardless of his team’s performance in Stage 1, Goonjar is a world-class veteran with years of experience playing on top-tier teams.

https://twitter.com/Goonjar/status/719689956524965888

This is the first move of rostermania, and we are sure to see plenty more in the coming weeks before Stage 2 begins.


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