Complexity Gaming’s Valorant roster is getting a new look.

The North American esports organization has officially signed Peter “Governor” No, Robert “truo” Pham, and Tanner “scourge” Kages, completing their line up ahead of the first open qualifiers for the VCT 2022 NA Stage 1 Challengers.

Complexity completes Valorant roster with Governor, truo, and scourge

Valorant headquarters for Complexity
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Truo and scourge have been playing for Complexity since last November, taking part in smaller local events like the NSG Winter Championship opens and the Knights Valorampage tournament.

Their most recent win came at the Trovo Titans Smashing Beta event, where they took first place over Cloud9 Academy.

Complexity began playing with Governor in the NSG Winter Championship: Open 13 in January, where they eventually lost to the ex-Flickbaiters roster.

Governor is best known for his time as a streamer and content creator on Built By Gamers, but he has consistently been playing in tournaments for various teams, including Knights and Akrew.

Scourge also has competitive experience with eUnited and Pioneers, including playing at the VCT 2021 NA Season 3 Challengers main event with the latter.

The trio joins duelist player Joel “jcrueL” Cruel and sentinel Michael “agM” Abood on Complexity.

Complexity Gaming announces new Valorant roster
Screenshot by Koh Wanzi/ONE Esports

Complexity’s Valorant roster for VCT 2022

  • Joel “jcrueL” Cruel
  • Michael “agM” Abood
  • Peter “Governor” No
  • Robert “truo” Pham
  • Tanner “scourge” Kages

The new line up will debut on January 27 in the VCT NA Stage 1 Challengers open qualifiers.

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