Today, compLexity Gaming announced that Mike Ross would be leaving the competitive gaming team in an amicable split:
Today we are sad to announce that compLexity Gaming and Mike Ross are parting ways after more than a year of successful cooperation in the fighting game community (FGC).
Our split is very amicable and we wish him nothing but the absolute best. Mike has decided to move on to the next phase of his FGC career which precludes being an active competitor for compLexity. He’ll be announcing the details in the near future.
Mike had the following to say:
I just want to say that I had a blast being a part of compLexity. I will definitely miss competing as a teammate. However this isn’t the end of the road for me. This doesn’t mean that I’m leaving the FGC and competing completely. I will still try to make it out to all the events that I can. I would not let these amazing talents (or lack thereof) go to such waste.
We’d like to thank Mike for a wonderful year and more. He’ll always have a home in our gaming family!
Mike Ross and Ryan “Gootecks” Gutierrez joined compLexity in June 2011, launching coL’s new fighting game division, compLexity: Cross Counter. Mike Ross’s departure from compLexity comes one month after Peter “ComboFiend” Rosas announced his own depature from the organization.
Source: compLexity Gaming