American teenager oBo will join Complexity Gaming's CSGO roster for ECS Season 7 Finals in London this week, the org has confirmed.
Owen Schlatter is just 15 years old and will step up to the Complexity roster in place of Peter "stanislaw" Jarguz. Stanislaw will be replaced as in-game leader by Brit Rory "dephh" Jackson.
The event in London will be oBo's first appearance as part of a professional CSGO team. According to Liquipedia, his career earnings to date are $17,410.
In an official announcement, Complexity described oBO as an "incredibly gifted young player making tons of noise in FPL".
ECS Season 7 Finals are due to begin on June 6th at the SSE Arena in London, with a prize pool of $500,000.
Complexity vs Team Vitality in round one of ECS Season 7 Finals is due to take place at 1pm BST / 2pm CEST on June 6th.
Complexity's move for oBo was welcomed by a compatriot autimatic, who plays for Cloud9.
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Inconsistency but pride
In a statement, stanislaw said: "I have decided to step down from the active roster as I no longer feel that I am the person to lead the team forward.
"Our results during my time on here were very inconsistent but I will always be proud of our top-eight finish at the Faceit London Major. I want to thank everyone at compLexity for taking incredible care of me and wish them the best of luck moving forward."
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The latest espisode of The Week In CSGO looks ahead to ECS Season 7 Finals and back at DreamHack Masters Dallas, as well as discussing oBo stepping in for Complexity.