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Following the report and confirmation that 15-year-old Owen “oBo” Schlatter would be joining up with compLexity at the ECS season 7 finals in London, we now know who he’ll be replacing.
Although it was already rumored, Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz has come forward on Twitter stating he decided to step away from the organization.
The teams now former in-game leader stated that he “decided to step down from the active roster as I no longer feel that I am the person to lead the team forward.” This certainly paints a picture of some sort of internal conflict or a set of differences.
This decision came after Pro League the 25-year-old said as “it seemed clear we could no longer progress with the current roster.” compLexity has failed to impress as of late, having finally settled into a roster it seems things were not as they’d had hoped.
He did share plenty of kind words regarding the compLexity organization.
It is currently unknown what his plans for the future are and whether he’ll be jumping back into the action sooner rather than later. He’s been touted as one of the best in-game leaders in North American and I’m sure can still use his fragging ability alongside that reputation to land a spot on a professional team.