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Complexity officially announced on April 3rd via Twitter their Apex Legends Roster. Despite running the squad since the beginning of the ALGS Split 2 Pro League, which started on March 11th, the squad wasn’t set in stone. We’ve seen a few other players and teams shuffle around rosters during the Pro League as they look to lock in the best of the best leading up to the Paris LAN for the Playoffs. But Complexity has finally settled after a knockout Day 5 for the squad.

The Story So Far

With the Apex Legends Global Series Pro League sitting at the halfway point, Complexity is positioned at 4th overall in the North American standings. But they took a big jump after Game Day 5 to get there with a 25 point increase, putting them at 51. They sit behind Meat Lovers at 54, FaZe Clan at 57 and XSET in the lead at 60. The next 8 teams below them are all within 11 or less points of catching up.

So their position is anything but guaranteed with 4 match days left in the Pro League Split 2. It’s also important to keep in mind that of those 4 match days, Complexity’s Group A will only play on two of them. But Group B and C will play on three of those days.

If Complexity wants to stay in the conversation and prove that locking in this squad was the right decision, they're going to need less game days like 1, 2 and 4 where they scored overall 12, 7 and 7 points and more like game day 5 where they put 25 points on the board. That day included two first place finishes and 30 kills across the entire series.

The Complexity Squad

Bowen "Monsoon" Fuller is running Seer for the team, who is a near universal pick in the ALGS right now. Monsoon has a sparkling resume in the Apex Legends pro scene, playing a majority of his biggest games under Complexity’s banner. He’s picked up multiple first place finishes throughout A and B Tier Tournaments. He’s also seen some play time with FlyQuest and Luminosity Gaming.

Monsoon played previously in the ALGS with Bryan "iShiny" McCarthy and Daniel "Luxford" Castellano where they took 13th place in the ALGS: 2022 Split 1 Pro League for North America. The two of them recently split with the roster to be replaced by Lewda and Cody.

Nathan "Lewda" Dias is the team's Valkyrie and despite not having many legacy organizations in his history has still managed to put respectable achievements on his resume. According to Liquidpedia that includes several first and second place finishes in A and B Tier Tournaments. He also took 4th place in the ALGS: 2022 Split 1 Pro League for North America. Lewda also spent some time playing for the Renegades before joining MPL and eventually ESA.

Lewda also previously trialed to join NickMerc's team, Tripods, but was eventually kicked in favor of Rigo "Gent" Padilla.

Cody "Cody" Loze rounds out the new team playing their Bangalore. Cody started his professional Apex Legends career in the second half of 2022. He remained orgless through the majority of his time before joining Team Intel through the Esports Arena teams. His career results consist mostly of B and C Tier Tournaments with some A Tier experience. His first foray into S-Tier Apex Legends was in the ALGS: 2023 Split 1 Playoffs back in February with Esports Arena where they placed 15th.

Finally, Complexity has James "KIMCHILEE" Lee as the coach for this newest squad. KIMCHILEE played a couple years of Professional Apex Legends, most of his time through the Esports Arena: Series E sponsored teams. Last year he retired from professional play and took up coaching for the Esports Arena team.

Where and when to watch the ALGS Pro League

The ALGS Pro League continues every weekend on Saturday and Sunday until the end of May. Tune in on the official Apex Legends Twitch and YouTube Channel. And for all your questions about how the Apex Legends Global Series Pro League works, check out our summary here.