TimTheTatman signs to Complexity, new merch line coming

By Kenneth Williams


Sep 21, 2021

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Complexity just upgraded its stream team with a former member of Twitch royalty. 

American esports organization Complexity has announced the signing of Timothy “TimTheTatman” Betar. He will join the group as the 15th member of Complexity’s content creation team. The contract comes just weeks after TimtheTatman officially switched from Twitch to YouTube Gaming. This new partnership will be celebrated with an official Complexity x TimTheTatman merchandise line.

TimTheTatman is one of the most experienced streamers in the gaming entertainment landscape. His current streams mostly consist of Call of Duty Warzone, but TimTheTatman was also extremely successful in streaming both Fortnite and Overwatch. His seven million followers have watched more than 209 million hours worth of his content on Twitch. TimTheTatman recently took his talents to YouTube along with other gaming stars.

Founder and CEO of Complexity Jason Lake shared his thoughts on the acquisition.

“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. As traditional sports, gaming, and entertainment continue to converge, our partnership with Tim will encompass the best of these worlds for fans to enjoy.” Lake said.

TimtheTatman to launch merchandise with Complexity

Fans have always been able to purchase Tatman-branded hoodies and t-shirts through his personal store, but his partnership with Complexity allows for even greater merchandising opportunities. The organization has already announced plans for an expansive merchandise drop to celebrate its newest signing. Fans are now able to purchase a custom TimtheTatman Complexity jersey complete with his signature “TTT” logo on the front.

Details on TimtheTatman’s fashion collection are still scarce, but Complexity plans to launch the products through a special ceremony at the GameStop Performance Center in Frisco, Texas. The line will become available for online purchasing at a later date.