eSports pro scene in North America is well-known for recruiting young talents to their squads, for example, Cloud9, Liquid or NRG. Several professional players such as Stewie2k, frozen, and CeRq were only some pub-stars, but they've made a big jump on their career after being invited to join famous organizations.

In a report published recently, while CS:GO compLexity is trying to find Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz's replacement, it seems they've noticed a young player with high potential.

According to the report, Owen “oBo” Schlatter, a talent that is only at the age of 15, is now being given a chance to prove himself to the team at the ECS Finals in London.

The 15-year-old talent Owen “oBo” Schlatter

As the event is coming up, oBo will have his first chance to be on a CS:GO professional team due to the age restriction which has barred him from having such opportunities. Fortunately, it will get less strict when he reaches 16 years old.

stanislaw was a part of team compLexity since April 27, 2018, and together they were able to make a kind of miraculous run at the FACEIT Major in London, finishing it at top 8. However, after their considerable achievement, things have not been ideal for the team. They faced lots of problems including some roster changes, Visa issues that had negative impacts on the squad. Their results at recent tournaments have proven it.

stanislaw - a professional Canadian CS:GO player.

This in-game leader who is at the age of 25 gained his popularity by showing an amazing performance with OpTic Gaming where they managed to beat Astralis at ELEAGUE season 2. When things changed and started getting worse, he decided to leave the team to join Liquid. Shahzeb “ShahZaM” Khan, his former and current member of compLexity picked him up later.

Here is the potential roster for compLexity CS:GO squad:

  • Owen ‘oBo’ Schlatter
  • Shahzeb ‘ShahZaM’ Khan
  • Hunter ‘SicK’ Mims
  • Rory ‘dephh’ Jackson
  • Ricardo ‘Rickeh’ Mulholland