Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker has joined compLexity ahead of Fragadelphia 11.

The move comes almost two weeks after the organizationparted ways with Kia “Surreal” Man who had been with the team for more than a year after he moved to the US from the UK.

The organization explained that the decision was based on performance and was made by the players, coaching staff, and management.

yay will be in action at Fragadelphia 11

compLexity have now found their fifth player in Jaccob “yay”Whiteaker who has competed with various ESEA Main and Premier teams since 2015. The player will step up to the primary AWPer role in compLexity.

“When we began looking at new players for the AWP role, yay was not at the top of the list. It took just one practice session to change that opinion.” said Kyle Bautista, General Manager of compLexity.

“Though Jaccob does not have the experience that some other player options possessed, he has demonstrated skills that are rarely found at even the highest levels of play.”

“His youth may be just what is needed to rejuvenate the squad and kickstart our results in the upcoming season. We’re excited to be taking a chance on a young gun, and we hope it pays off!”

compLexity’s new roster will make their debut in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where Fragadelphia 11 will take place from July 28-30. You can visit our event page to find out more information about the tournament.

compLexity’s active lineup is below:

United Kingdom Rory “dephh” Jackson
United States Derek “desi” Branchen
Canada Bradley “ANDROID-X23” Fodor
United States Alec “Slemmy” White
United States Jaccob “yay” Whiteaker

United States Matt “Warden” Dickens (coach)