ANDROID, yay, and Warden join Andbox VALORANT
Former Complexity manager Matt "Warden" Dickens has reunited with two of the organization's former players in the form of Bradley "ANDROID" Fodor and Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker on Andbox.
Andbox are the owner-operator of Overwatch League franchise New York Excelsior and Call of Duty League franchise New York Subliners, and have taken a step into creating a VALORANT roster with the signing of the former Complexity trio.
Additionally, the team have signed former Dota 2 professional player Gordan "g0g1" Prošić as an assistant coach, making the composition of the New York-based roster consist of a Serbian, two midwesterners and a Canadian.
The move marks an end to a lengthy career in Counter-Strike for Warden, who has occupied a variety of roles including player, coach, and manager for Complexity at various points since 2004. It also signals the end of ANDROID and yay's careers in CS:GO, with both players most notably achieving a 5-8th place finish at the 2018 FACEIT Major in London with Complexity.
Andbox's VALORANT roster currently consists of:
- Bradley "ANDROID" Fodor
- Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker
- Matt "Warden" Dickens (Coach)
- Gordan "g0g1" Prošić (Assistant Coach)