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Eternal Envy, Sneyking team up with Fear

EternalEnvy has teamed up with Fear and Sneyking for the open qualifiers of Chongqing Major

The open qualifiers for Chongqing Major have started, and even though Complexity Gaming bid farewell to EternalEnvy, he already has a new team.

EE has teamed up with his former Complexity teammate Sneyking, who was also removed along with him upon their request. Joining them is Dota 2 veteran and a former TI winner, Clinton 'Fear' Loomis. Old Man Fear had also participated in the DreamLeague Minor, where he played as a standin in Complexity. The final two additions are Jaron ‘monkeys-forever’ Clinton and jeyo007. Collectively, they are called woof (doggies).

Source: Faceit

monkeys-forever has played for Complexity Gaming and Leviathan in the past, and most recently, he played as the offlaner for ROOONS. jeyo007, who is from Canada, is no stranger to the scene, having bounced from NA to SEA and back again in recent years.

Fear has been trying to get back in the professional Dota 2 scene again, but has had a hard time. Earlier this year, he along with Universe, were removed from EG. This will be his first team since parting ways with EG.

For those not up to date with the current scene, Sneyking, EternalEnvy and Skem were removed from Complexity Gaming just yesterday.

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

As for Skem, he said:

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

We can safely assume that these "recent events" refer to the racist slurs used by Skem in Complexity's match against RNG at DreamLeague Minor.

READ: COMPLEXITY GAMING: EE, SNEYKING & SKEM OUT OF THE ROSTER

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MN | Rudraaksh

MN | Rudraaksh

Rudraaksh is a dentist by trade but a gamer by heart. He’s written for adventure sports website and volunteered for a Germany based newsletter, but is currently taking the esports scene by storm.

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