North American eSports team, Complexity gaming, has announced that they have recruited 18-year old Patrick ‘MegaZero’ Glinsman to their League of Legends side. Glinsman has signed an 8-month contract with the team as opposed to a more standard 12-month contract so that all of Complexity’s players’ contracts will end at the same time.
MegaZero will be replacing Nicholas Wu ‘Nickwu’ Smith as the team’s new top-laner. He was formerly attached to Team MRN, which was disbanded after the last League Championship Series (LCS). Complexity team owned, Jason Lake, said the following to GameSpot.com:
"After the post-LCS closure of Team MRN, Megazero needed a place to stay…Our guys offered a spot at the coL.LoL team house here in LA. There was immediate chemistry and everyone was very impressed with his attitude, work ethic and skill. We're very happy to have Patrick on the team and wish Nickwu the very best in the future."
Complexity was one of the teams knocked out of this year’s North American LCS and they are now hoping to return to the big leagues using MegaZero’s “big playmaking ability”. MegaZero stated the following:
"People are curious as to why I would choose Complexity over other teams, and honestly, they have the highest potential of any team," Glinsman told GameSpot. "Just practicing with them in scrims, I can tell the difference between Complexity and other teams. They take it seriously, and more importantly, they learn from their mistakes and are always improving.
"Just recently, we had a pretty impressive display in the MLG Qualifiers and we hope to win MLG as a whole. Something people don't realize is, if you're going to be living in a house with your team and you want to easily communicate and improve, you have to be friends with your teammates. I love all the members of Complexity and I hope together we will re-qualify for LCS next season!"
Team Complexity v2.0 will make their debut at the Major League Gaming Spring Championships in Anaheim, California this month.
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