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Complexity Gaming: EE, Sneyking & Skem out of the roster

Complexity gaming has announced that they are reworking their Dota 2 roster

The North American organization is releasing Jacky "EternaLEnVy" Mao and Jingjun "Sneyking" Wu while they are moving Rolen Andrei "Skemberlu" Ong to the inactive roster.

The sudden changes came at the height of their roster revamp that began after the post-TI8 shuffle.

CoL General Manager and CEO Kyle Bautista revealed through a video statement that EternaLEnVy and Sneyking are released at their request, stating that the organization’s visions differ from the two NA stars.

A short-lived international career

Meanwhile on Skem’s situation, Bautista opened up their concerns on recent events involving the Filipino youngster.

There’s been some concerns over recent events that he’s not going to be representing our brand in the right way.

The concern Bautista is referring to would most likely be the racial incident where Skem was recently involved. Just a couple of weeks ago Skem did an inappropriate comment during one of their matches at the DreamLeague Season 10 Minor. The now former CoL carry chatted GL along with a derogatory term against Chinese team Royal Never Give Up that sparked debates on racism not only in the Dota 2 community but in the pro scene as well.


CoL management already acted on Skem with penalties and sanctions, adding that “We will continue to work with and educate all of our players to ensure that this kind of behaviour is not repeated.”

He also added that travels and visa issues had been problems for the 17 year old leading the CoL management to find a replacement that can better suit the team’s hectic logistics schedule.

The NA squad is now left with only Linus "Limmp" Blomdin and long-time member Zakari "Zfreek" Freedman on their stables.

CoL is yet to announce the replacements for the three players leaving but they guaranteed that they will have additional details on new Dota 2 members in the coming days.


MN | Neil Martinez

MN | Neil Martinez

A former editor and writer for a university publication, Neil has incorporated esports to what he does best. He is Mogul’s CS go-to guy and TNC Pro Team’s graphic artist and social media man.

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