Bradley “ANDROID” Fodor has been moved to the compLexity Gaming bench the organization has revealed. ANDROID has been a member of the organization’s Counter-Strike team for two and a half years. This move comes as part of the rebuilding compLexity is doing prior to the January 1 roster lock ahead of the ESL IEM Katowice Major in February.
ANDROID follows Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker and Ron “Rambo” Kim as those on the knifes edge of the roster moves. yay was moved to the inactive roster two days ago while Rambo’s contract to coach the squad was not renewed for 2019.
As we approach the roster lock for the upcoming Major, we have another update on #coLcs.
— compLexity Gaming (@compLexity) December 23, 2018
The teams miracle run at the FACEIT Major in London put the team’s expectations at an all-time high and unfortunately for the organization, the team has been unable to live up to it. Failure to come out on top of qualifiers or cement itself as a top 3 team in North America has led to a need for change.
Founder and CEO of compLexity Jason Lake once again stated his unhappiness with the timing, but ultimately the deadline for rosters for the Major have forced their hand. He goes on to state that they will have the news of which two players will be joining the squad hopefully within the coming days and of course by the first of the year.