A new team named Monkey Business has been formed and it features well known names from the EU and NA Dota2 scenes.
On a newly created Facebook and Twitter account, the lineup of a new team named Monkey Business was announced; a retweet by Johan 'N0tail' Sundstein and the announcement of Tal 'Fly' Aizik and David 'MoonMeander' Tan leaving Complexity makes this new team's twitter and Facebook accounts to be considered real.
The most interesting thing about this lineup is the departure of Johan 'N0tail' Sundstein from his usual support role, opting for the mid role. How this role change will affect the team and N0tail's performance is hard to predict as N0tail has rarely ever played mid in a professional game.
Complexity Gaming losing two players:
In the lineup of Monkey Business, two players are from Complexity. The announcement of the two players, Fly and MoonMeander, leaving the team came at around the same time this new roster was released. Included in the announcement was a statement by MoonMeander and Kyle ‘Beef’ Bautista, the general manager of Complexity Gaming. MoonMeander's statement had a tone of unwillingness to leave the team but he also said that he left the team due being a person who constantly wanted a change:
"It saddens me that I have to leave these amazing people again, but I'm the kind of guy that is always on the move and they understand that, and I love them for it."
As for Complexity's statement, they thanked Fly and MoonMeander for their involvement with the team and went on to talk about their new unannounced roster, "we’re very confident in our new roster and I’m personally looking forward to seeing what the team can do at their first LAN in just a few weeks."
Complexity Gaming's lineup:
- Kyle 'Swindlemelonzz' Freedman
- Zakari 'ZfreeK' Freedman
Headline image from Garena's youtube