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CompLexity welcomes back Limmp and Chessie to its Dota 2 team

CompLexity added Chessie and Limmp to its DOta 2 roster
Chessie and Limmp reunited with compLexity's Dota 2 team.

CompLexity Gaming announced Wednesday the signing of Linus “Limmp” Blomdin and Rasmus “Chessie” Blomdin, two former players who have returned to the organization’s Dota 2 team.

“Three years ago when we returned to Dota 2, we had four players in mind as our ideal team – Kyle, Zfreek, Chessie, and Limmp,” general manager Kyle Bautista said in a statement. “A bit over a year later we assembled that squad for the 2016 season and had our best results yet. Our goals were just out of reach then, but with this reunion we are stronger than ever.”

The two players will be taking the vacant spots of Jimmy “DeMoN” Ho and Feras “Feero” Hroob, who parted ways with the team last month. Chessie and Limmp left compLexity last August after the team failed to qualify for The International 6. While Limmp left to join Alliance (and left last month), and Chessie went inactive until he joined WanteD in January. Both players were part of compLexity’s roster for its top four finish at EPICENTER 2016and a sixth place finish at the Shanghai Major.

During the latest season of Dota, compLexity failed to qualify to a number of large tournaments such as the Kiev Major and The Summit 7. CompLexity also failed to compete in this year’s TI7 after losing to Digital Chaos in the semifinals of the Americas qualifier.

The rest of the compLexity squad consists of Zakari “Zfreek” Freedman, Kyle “melonzz” Freedman, and David “Moo” Hull.


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