New Year, New Me
After a hectic year on the Danish scene, Team Singularity managed to deliver great results since the organization's was founded in April 2016. We've become much wiser through our short existence, and has since gradually also tried a bit of everything, both good and bad.
Below you can see some of the results the team has achieved over the period until now.
Tournament and placement:
League of Sharks Spring championship (# 1)
CS: GO Denmark Season 1 (# 1)
DUST2.DK invitational 1 (# 2)
Powerlan A. Tournament (# 1)
CS: GO Denmark Season 2 (# 1)
CEVO Main (# 2)
DUST2.DK invitational 3 (# 1)
DUST2.DK invitational 4 (# 2)
HLTV Christmas Cup (# 2)
DUST2.DK eOddset Masters 1 (# 2)
DUST2.DK eOddset Masters 2 (# 1)
Winter Assembly 2017 (# 5-8)
DUST2.DK eOddset Masters 3 (# 1)
We've played close up and won over many strong teams along the way, and we have evolved throughout the period, both as a team and organization.
There have been many bumps along the way, and just as we felt that we had cracked the code and was ready to take the next step up the ladder, then dropped the whole house of cards together in early December 2016.
Carnees ESL ban was the start of an internal avalanche that has been difficult to get up on top, both as a team, but also as an organization with investors to answer to.
"New year, new me"
In January we could present the five CS:GO players who we put our trust and support to in 2017. We have faith that the team can deliver the results the organization seeks both nationally and internationally.
Team Singularity CS:GO 2017:
Peter "Inzta" Kragelund
Allan "Anj" Jensen
Thomas "Ryxxo" Nielsen
Lucas "Lukki" Pilheden
Mads "Console" Skovby