TimTheTatMan Announces He’s Officially Joined Complexity Gaming
With over 90,000 people watching live, TimTheTatMan announced he was joining Complexity Gaming! This is a huge move, not only for TimtheTatMan but for Complexity Gaming themselves. The announcement was cryptic but also clear. He pointed out that today, at 3 pm CST, TimTheTatMan would announce which esports org he’d join. This went down today during his Warzone stream. This could be the biggest signing for Complexity Gaming of all time, with TimtheTatman’s 4M+ followers on YouTube. Tim, a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan is joining an org with a major link to the Cowboys. Jerry Jones is a majority stakeholder, and also owns the Dallas Cowboys.
What Does This Mean For Both Sides?
A lot of people have assumed in the live stream that TimtheTatMan would be joining 100 Thieves, and others have even jokingly said he’s a sellout for joining an org. However, it’s just another big notch in the Win column for Tim, having recently left Twitch for an exclusive YouTube contract.
One of the reasons he switched was that he now has family obligations, and can’t stream for the same long hours he used to. YouTube will most likely accommodate him for that. It doesn’t hurt that he can now stream regularly with one of his close friends, Dr Disrespect.
It’s not like TimTheTatMan really needs an org though. It’s been said his deal with YouTube was more than enough to keep him and his family set, but it is interesting to see such a big name join an org like Complexity Gaming. There is more to a deal like this than money. He could wind up doing collaborations with the Dallas Cowboys, or any of the Content Creators that are with Complexity Gaming.
TimTheTatMan also revealed he’s got controlling interest in Complexity Gaming. He said he wasn’t sure if he’s “co-owner” or “part-owner”, but he’s now a major part of Complexity. He also revealed there will be a pop-up meet-and-greet at The Star in Frisco.
Complexity CEO Jason Lake had this to say about Tim’s signing: “TimTheTatman is an iconic streamer and will be an invaluable addition to the Complexity family as we look to expand our footprint in content creation,” said Jason Lake, Founder and CEO, Complexity Gaming, and Global Head of Esports, GameSquare. “As traditional sports, gaming, and entertainment continue to converge, our partnership with Tim will encompass the best of these worlds for fans to enjoy.”
Complexity had this to say about Tims signing