Complexity will lose 20 percent of their DreamHack Open Fall RMR points due to this last-minute change.

Complexity’s head coach Jamie “keita” Hall will stand-in for Owen “oBo” Schlatter in today’s DreamHack Open Fall closed qualifier CS: GO matches, the organization revealed.

The last-minute alternative is a heavy blow to Complexity’s hopes of acquiring some positions in the European Regional Major Ranking (RMR). The international team just has 350 RMR points right now due to their bad projects at previous RMR events.

Complexity will lose 20 percent of their points made at DreamHack Open Succumb to making a replacement, which could increase to 36 percent if oBo go back to the lineup at any point throughout the tournament. Intricacy hasn’t said yet why oBo isn’t playing.

Complexity is ranked the fifth-best CS: GO team worldwide, according to HLTV’s world rankings, and would be among the favorites to make it into DreamHack Open Fall’s primary occasion. Although keita is a previous player, he’s been working as a coach since June 2017 and played his last expert match in August 2018, according to HLTV’s database.

In his last match, keita finished with a 23-39 K/D ratio and a 0.72 rating, which is far worse than oBo’s 1.11 average ranking in 2020. There are 16 teams defending 5 spots in the primary event, consisting of dangerous enemies such as mousesports, Sprout, North, and Heretics.

Complexity is already playing a DreamHack Open Fall closed qualifier match versus Portuguese team sAw. You can enjoy the series and see how keita and crew will carry out on Skriv_TV’s Twitch channel.