Complexity partners with World of Warcraft guild Limit

North American organisation Complexity Gaming has announced a partnership with North American World of Warcraft guild Limit.

The partnership will see the guild rebrand to Complexity Limit and aims to “bring PvE into the spotlight.”

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Jason Lake, Founder & CEO of Complexity Gaming had this to say: “Limit is globally recognized as one of the most successful and veteran raiding guilds in World of Warcraft, and we’re excited to welcome them to the Complexity family. They are the perfect partner to work alongside to bring a compelling and engaging new experience to our collective communities and beyond.”

The news marks Complexity’s return to World of Warcraft esports having been part of the WoW AWC going back to 2010. Whilst no official plans have been announced for the next World First Race, Complexity Limit has positioned itself in a strong position to claim the number one spot from Method in the final raid of Battle for Azeroth.

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Max “Maximum” Smith, Guild Master of Complexity Limit added: “From the moment we met with Complexity, we felt like we had found an organization that truly shared our values and passion. The partnership is not only mutually beneficial to both of our groups, but also provides new and unique opportunities for our members and fans alike.” 

It’s unknown as to when the next World of Warcraft raid will be, but it seems certain that Complexity Limit, alongside its partners, will be looking to claim the crown for North America.

Esports Insider says: Limit has been a real contender to Method during BFA. With Complexity on board, alongside the increased attention to WoW esports, we suspect the guild will have even more access to top talent heading into the next raid. The move also places Complexity Limit in the perfect position to take the title away from Europe for the first time since 2012.