After months of different teasers from Tim, he has finally landed with an organization. On September 20th, Tim announced that he has become a part-owner of Complexity Gaming.
Happy to announce that I have joined and I am officially part owner of @Complexity
So excited for the future! pic.twitter.com/PjLUxIB1RU
— timthetatman👑 (@timthetatman) September 20, 2021
Tim has been dropping hints about joining an organization almost all Summer. Several other streamers that Tim plays with have become part owners with NickMercs joining Faze Clan and Jack “Courage” Dunlop moving from just a content creator to a part-owner of 100 Thieves.
Tim was also doing different outings with several different organizations to try and get his fans leaning one way or the other. He went on vacation with Nadeshot, CEO of 100 Thieves, and Courage, part-owner of 100 Thieves, recently, leading several fans to believe he was going there. He also was just seen this past weekend at the MFAM Barbecue, hosted by NickMercs, which made fans start to sway towards the Faze organization.
Why Complexity Gaming?
If you are unfamiliar with TimTheTatman, the one thing that Tim loves is Dallas Cowboy football. It just so happens that Jerry Jones, owner of the Dallas Cowboys, is also a part-owner of Complexity Gaming, thus making TimTheTatman in business with the Dallas Cowboys.
Complexity has esports teams in several different games. One of their most prominent teams is in CS:GO. Tim has talked on several teams about how much he enjoys CS:GO. They are also becoming a prominent Valorant team as well which is another title Tim enjoys.
I truly believe that Tim also chose Complexity, because they are not a household name. Anyone who plays video games can tell you about Faze, Optic, or 100 Thieves, but unless you follow gaming critically, there is a good chance Complexity is not relevant, outside of the Call of Duty run they made several years back.
What does this mean going forward?
It is safe to assume that the biggest component for Complexity Gaming is going to be the content creation side for TimTheTatman. As someone who usually streams on the weekdays, Tim streams in front of thousands of viewers. He also has three different YouTube channels where his content can be seen.
If there is one thing Complexity is lacking, it is depth in the content creating scene. With Tim on the staff, expect there to be new additions to the Complexity Gaming content team. Prior to Tim, they only had 14 purely content creators on their staff. With the addition of one of the biggest streamers in the world, the Complexity content team takes an immediate boost in numbers.
I also think Tim will encourage Complexity to get back into the Call of Duty scene. The Call of Duty League is just finishing its second season of being franchised teams. As soon as the season was over, several fans and players discussed the idea of expansion. If the league begins to discuss this idea, expect Complexity to be in the mix to nab one of the new spots.
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