Complexity Gaming completes crr transfer

According to, the North American esports organization compLexity Gaming is completing the transition of crr from the Guild Esports team. The 17-year-old Spanish player will replace Shad for the 2022-2023 RLCS season.

crr joined Guild Esports in early 2022. In eight months, the young Spaniard helped the team get into the TOP-6 at RLCS 2021-22 - Spring: EU Regional Event 2 - Tour de Rocket League and TOP-12 at RLCS 2021-22 - Spring: EU Regional Event 3 - Super 16, and also take second place within Gamers8 2022.

If the transfer does take place, the Spaniard will become the second European player to move from Europe to North America after Turbopolsa moved to NRG. It is also the first time that a European player has joined a squad with two South American players.

Earlier it was reported that the organization Complexity Gaming is preparing to part ways with Shad, who joined the team at the end of last year. Recently, Sad from Team Secret was named the main replacement candidate, but it seems that the talented crr won the competition from the Brazilian for a place in the starting lineup of Complexity Gaming for the next competitive season.

As far as Complexity Gaming's inner workings go, the team had a great start to the season, finishing eighth in Sweden before falling back into the middle of the standings in the later parts of the season. The crr transfer is expected to be a welcome spark for the team, especially paired with Reysbull. Both players topped their teams this spring and made an impression in Riyadh at Gamers8.

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