Ryan “Filipino Champ” Ramirez and Long “ShadyK” Tran Part Ways with compLexity Gaming

By on February 3, 2014 at 10:20 am
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Earlier this morning, compLexity Gaming announced that Ryan “Filipino Champ” Ramirez and Long “ShadyK” Tran will no longer be a part of their organization moving forward. Little was offered in the way of an explanation, with compLexity only saying that both players would be leaving their “gaming family.”

Ramirez was picked up by compLexity in 2011 after a brief stint with Borderlands Gaming, and would go on to place first in Evo 2012’s Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 tournament, a win that was supplemented by multiple tournament placings during his years with the team. Tran was signed in the middle of last year, and served as the company’s digital media manager during his short time there.┬áRamirez and Tran were the only fighting game players on compLexity’s roster.

We would like to wish all parties involved the best of luck as they move forward.

Source: compLexity Gaming via NeoGAF

  • Nathaniel Montes

    We want to know why.

  • Rukunetsu Rindoru

    Seems everyone is ‘moving forward’ these days.

  • BlackMasamune

    Another one bites the dust.

  • wes yoshida

    So many talented and likable (well, not in the case of FChamp and Chris G but they are definitely talented) players without sponsorships makes me worried about the future of the FGC as a business.

  • SgtKardashian

    Interesting, I wonder if these players will get picked up soon, if not, that could be an indicator of there being some developments in the FGC.

  • Soo Many Free Agents, all these guys are starting to remind me of Allen Iverson in his final years before retirement when nobody picked him up. Mabe these guys are also gonna have to play for a team in China too, LOL

  • yeee geee

    Fuck complexity gaming for dropping fchamp maggots join my team with Miley cyrus the butt bangers lolz

  • Complexity basically shit-canned everything, no surprise that FGs were dropped as well.