Shake reportedly exiting compLexity’s Overwatch team—and now four members remain

CompLexity Gaming is now down a support player.

Just four players remain on North American Overwatch team compLexity Gaming.

Jackson “Shake” Kaplan will reportedly exit compLexity, according to a report from Overwatch website Sources close to the organization allegedly confirmed to that Shake would depart from the team “on good terms.”

Rumors of Shake’s departure from compLexity came to a head when the support player was announced as a stand-in for Splyce during the CyberPowerPC Spring Invitational this past weekend. With Shake, Splyce failed to move past the tournament’s quarterfinals, falling to champions LG Evil.

Shake will not continue playing with Splyce, according to As of now, he’s still contracted under compLexity, Shake confirmed to Dot Esports, but he may be sold to an unknown organization.

CompLexity Gaming is now left without a support player and a flex player. Dot Esports has reached out to the organization for additional details. In March, compLexity Gaming tank Anthony “harbleu” Ballo left the team for NRG Esports, with his role only being filled by Romanian tank Mihail “Meza” Păunescu in April.

If Shake leaves, the players left on compLexity’s roster includes Jake “torkTJO” Lepoff, Nicolas “NicolasTJO” Aubin, Meza, and Joe “Joemeister” Gramano.