compLexity swept through EWolves 3:0 and qualified to attend the studio LAN portion for the Game Show Global eSports Cup. Team Empire, Vega Squadron, 4CL, NLG, TnC, IG and Newbee have already qualified for the event scheduled to take place in Vilnius, Lithuania, between November 30 – December 3. The top four teams will then continue to the playoffs at DreamHack winter in Moscow, December 5-6.
— GameShowDota (@gameshowdota2) November 12, 2015
conpLexity Gaming swept through Void Boys 2:0 while Ewolves swept through Leviathan to get to the grand finals. The North American team then were able to continue on their winning streak, taking down the South American team Elite Wolves in a swift 3:0 manner.
Since TI5, the team has had a series of stand-ins, and try outs to replace both Tal “Fly” Aizik and David “MoonMeander” Tan, both whom parted ways with the team following The International and formed the team and organization, OG.
Currently the official compLexity Gaming roster includes:
Luis “Zyzzy” Perez
Kyle “swindlemelonzz” Freedman
Zakari “freek” Freedman
Game Show Global eSports Cup Season 1 LAN playoff teams
- Team Empire (CIS region winner)
- Vega Squadron (CIS region winner)
- TnC (SEA region winner)
- Newbee (Chinese region winner)
- Invictus Gaming (Chinese region winner)
- 4 Clovers & Lepricon (EU region winner)
- No Logic Gaming (EU region winner)
- compLexity(Americas region winner)
Game Show Global eSports Cup format
The Game Show Global eSports Cup is being played out in six distinct stages. Open Qualifiers, two Group stages and Regional Qualifiers are held in five regions: North America, Europe, CIS, China and SEA. The last two phases of the event will feature Studio LAN playoffs and the Grand Finals to be held at the DreamHack LAN event in Moscow, Russia.
Game Show Global eSports Cup Studio LAN playoffs
Eight of the best teams from the various regions will compete in the fifth phase of the event series. The Studio LAN playoffs will take place between November 30 – December 3 in Vilnius, Lithuania. Only four teams will reach the Grand Finals of the tournament.
Game Show Global eSports Cup LAN finals
The top four teams from the Studio LAN playoffs will participate in the Grand Finals, which will run within DreamHack Moscow. The event is scheduled to take place between December 5-6.
Game Show Global eSports Cup prize pool distribution
Grand Finals (DreamHack Moscow)
- 1st place — $125,000
- 2nd place — $65,000
- 3rd place — $35,000
- 4th place — $25,000
The studio LAN playoffs (Lithuania)
- 1st-4th places — the allotted portion from the grand final
- 5th-8th places — $15,000 total