A report from Dexerto claimed compLexity Gaming is apparently in talks with signing 15-year old Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player Owen "oBo" Schlatter.
Sources: compLexity in discussions with 15-year-old CS:GO talent oBohttps://t.co/owpyrAvoXK— DeKay (@dekay) March 15, 2019
The 15-year old CS:GO player might join compLexity Gaming, according to a report from Dexerto. Sources close to the organization said both sides are in discussion, but if they come to an agreement, he will join compLexity's active lineup -- although not immediately.
Because oBo is 15-years old, he will not be eligible to compete in ESL Pro League Season 9, as his birthday is June 26. ESL's rules state players must be 16-years old to compete. If he joins and compLexity keeps its spot in the competition, oBo will be eligible to play in Season 10.
ESL Pro League Season 9 finals wll reportedly take place in France.
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