First Complexity failed to qualify for the prestigious IEM Rio Major after a tame RMR performance, and now the North Americans also have missed out on the opportunity to attend BLAST Premier Fall Final.
That became a reality last night when Complexity fell short against the Brazilian underdogs from Sharks with a 2-0 sweep at BLAST Fall Showdown.
After the disappointing result and the early exit, Michael “Grim” Wince took his time with an interview with BLAST where he pointed towards a “limited time of practice” following the loss.
- We had limited time of practice. Hallzerk was flying in from Mexico and JT just came back from South Africa to try to renew his visa, so definitely the circumstances weren’t fully there for us – but obviously still no excuse. We were confident going into the match, honestly, we’re probably all disappointed in ourselves. Sharks had some pretty good reads overall. We definitely could have played better but I just want to give some props to Sharks. I think they played pretty well, Grim stated and continued:
- I think we have to reevaluate things and take as much time practising as much as we can – maybe try to get a bootcamp in Europe and see how it goes from there.
You can watch the interview in the video below.