There have been Danish success from an unexpected edge under the BLAST, the Premier Spring Series both Friday and Saturday.
For while Astralis is already finished in London after the two defeats, so has the Complexity of Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer and Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke shot to the top in the group stage with two wins.
Complexity, that is number 44 on the world rankings, were pre-assessed to be the group's piñata with opponents such as Astralis, NaVi, and Vitality.
All three teams in the top ten in the world ranking.
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But the danes have defied the dire predictions, the game fresh to and impressed on the server, and it surprises not really the team's Danish captain, Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer.
Surprised is probably not the right word. I know we have the talent pool to accomplish great things - I just wasn't convinced that we would be ready to deliver big results so quickly, says 'blameF', who switched to Complexity from Heroic back in October.
In January got Benjamin 'blameF' Bremer as a Danish company, on the team, since Kristian 'k0nfig' Wienecke joined Complexity from Optic Gaming.
The addition has been important for the Complexity, it sounds from the 'blameF'.
- It is super comfortable to play with a guy like Kristian - he listens to what they say, realize his weaknesses and work every day to improve themselves. And so, it helps, of course, that he is a piss proficient individually, say 'blameF'.
With the preliminary good results in London, it is natural to dream big, but a few individuals, good results, is not enough to make the Danish captain happy.
Our goal is long-term, and we will not let a single weekend's results blind us. We have lots of things to work on, but of course it is delicious with some good results.
- We would like to end on a stable place in the top ten before the year is over, and the long-term goal is of course to be the best in the world.
even though meetings on Saturday evening the winner of the NaVi and Vitality.
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