Complexity Gaming today announced the signing of a new competitive Halo roster to represent the esports organization in the Halo Championship Series.
“Halo is a legacy franchise and played a crucial role in esports early development in North America,” said Nick Ridgeway, Assistant General Manager of Complexity Gaming. “Halo Infinite promises a new golden era for Halo esports. Bringing the Complexity brand back to the scene a decade later with this talented roster is a meaningful moment for the entire organization.”
This is the first time the organization will carry a presence in Halo since 2011, when they vied for the championship title in Halo: Reach under the Triggers Down banner. Complexity’s new roster includes:
- Jacob “Hysteria” Reiser: One of the most well-known Halo pros, Hysteria has won five MLG tournaments, was named Stride Championship Series Player of the Year, and captained Triggers Down.
- Robert “Rob The Turtle” O’Connor: Rob The Turtle carries a ten-year pedigree of competitive Halo and has consistently played since 2011, primarily in Halo: Reach and Halo 5.
- Justin “HuNteR Jjx” Joseph: HuNteR Jjx has been competing in Halo since 2007 and includes a highlighted performance on the MLG Pro Circuit where he reached the 2010 National Championship Free-for-All.
- James “TritonJB” Bolling: Known for his pinpoint accuracy and slaying ability, TritonJB is a Halo 5 competitor with years of experience.
“The energy and excitement around Halo Infinite is a testament to the franchise’s staying power and the role it has played in the lives of millions of gamers, including myself,” said Jacob “Hysteria” Reiser in a press release. “Halo Infinite provides an exciting new chapter in my career and for the franchise at-large. To make my competitive reprise representing a brand like Complexity is a truly unique opportunity.”
Complexity’s Halo squad joins the organization during a time of competitive growth. Complexity recently signed Call of Duty: Warzone trio, the Baka Bros, former Rocket League Championship Series South America champions, and all-female VALORANT squad GX3.
Complexity’s Halo roster will debut at the upcoming Halo Championship Series Kickoff Major in Raleigh, North Carolina, on December 17-19. To keep up with the squad, follow Complexity on Twitter.