Patrick "ACHES" Price
Patrick 'ACHES' Price, captain of the compLexity Call of Duty team, has been playing Call of Duty since the original released on Xbox. His competitive career began in Call of Duty 4. With the release of Modern Warfare 2, ACHES started seeing real success that led to multiple championships. He made his name in Call of Duty: Black Ops after winning two MLG championships in the 2011 season, a $25,000 online tournament, and much more while teaming up with Tyler 'TeePee' Polchow. Under the compLexity banner, he has led his Black Ops 2 team to many top placings and hopes to keep coL.CoD atop the Call of Duty scene.
Ian "Crimsix" Porter
Ian 'Crimsix' Porter had his start in Call of Duty 4 after discovering that he didn't like Halo 3 as much as Halo 2. He first heard about MLG and its online Pro Circuit ladders in 2008 after teaming up with people for GameBattles. At his first competitive event he created a team of unknown players where they finished ladder play with a 15-1 record. In 2009, after taking a break from playing competitively, he got back into Call of Duty where he placed third in OPCE #2 with Evil. After some roster changes, his team achieved a record of 24-2 in ladder play. He eventually transitioned into Halo: Reach after its release where he rose to prominence after a fourth place finish at MLG Columbus. He would continue to place in the top 10 for the rest of the 2011 season.
Tyler "TeePee" Polchow
Tyler 'TeePee' Polchow has been synonymous in teaming up with his longtime friend and teammate, Patrick 'ACHES' Price. He has won two MLG championships in Call of Duty: Black Ops. His past teams have also taken first place at the 2011 BLOPS GameStop tournament and the PlayStation 25K online tournament. Individually, he competed in and won GameStop's Ultimate Combat. While a part of compLexity, he has been a major contributor to many of the team's top placements.