Complexity’s tournament run as of late and since Call of Duty: Black Ops 2 seems to be business as usual at this point. It really is unprecedented what this team of dedicated players has been able to do since Black Ops 2. The 2013 Call of Duty Championship seemed to have been a wake-up call for ACHES and company. To throw out a statistic, Complexity has won ten of their last twelve tournaments. Their only loss of recent memory coming at the 2014 US Regional, which was rectified at the COD Championship. Let that sink in as we compare the current Complexity team to any other team in competitive console gaming. Final Boss and Impact are two teams that come to mind in comparison. When in comparison, it is plainly clear that Final Boss and Impact hit a wall in their competitive careers. Final Boss’ end came at the release of Halo 3, where they went on to win the first event before only to drop team captain Walshy just a few months later. Impact fell apart after GFinity, where Karma left to join Team EnVyUs.
TeePee, Karma, ACHES, and Crimsix have the “it” factor that creates dynasties. Three of the aforementioned players are arguably the strongest slayers in all of Call of Duty. TeePee cannot only hang with the best of the slayers, but he is widely regarded as one of the smartest objective players in the game today. Since the acquisition of Karma, Complexity has gone no where but up. That is somewhat surprising to say considering that they were already on top prior to the release of their former teammate, Clayster.
Complexity went into the weekend with the same mindset that I’m sure that they always do, and that is that “we are going to win.” TeePee is always the first to say that Complexity is the best team in the game, and that no one will beat them. That point has been further proven with their performance at PAX where they dropped only a few maps overall. They went through the tournament without dropping a single Search and Destroy map. That is a feat that is not easily accomplished by any means, and Complexity made it happen. Complexity came into Boston as World Champions, and left with an additional $7,000 dollars to split. Although they may not be a fan favorite team, I don’t think a single person can say that what Complexity has done isn’t impressive. They are on the streak of all streaks, and it will take the effort of a lifetime if any teams wants to dethrone them.
Top 4 Placements –
1. Complexity – ACHES, TeePee, Karma, and Crimsix ($7,000)
2. Strictly Business – Censor, Dedo, Apathy, and Saints ($4,000)
3. Curse LV – Parasite, Muddawg, MirX, and Ricky ($2,500)
4. Team EnVyUs – Merk, NAMELESS, Studyy, and Rambo ($1,500)
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