Heading into 2019 League of Legends wasn’t prioritized due to the current tournament and league structure in the Nordics. Anyways we decided to keep pushing in the talent level of the scene, and found a promising option of pursuing a presence in both Denmark and Norway, but we haven’t been able to setup a good enough infrastructure for the teams to thrive.
“I’m sad that we haven’t been able to find a proper structure for it to work, as League of Legends is a big title in general, and one of the few game titles to actually be offered through schools and educations as well, but the lack of development and focus from the side of Riot Games in the Nordics keeps being the biggest issue in pursuing the game title at a semi-professional level as an organization located in the Nordics.Atle S. Stehouwer, CEO & Founder.
I know we’ll be re-entering the League scene on the other side of the summer due to some interesting add-ons in our business model and infrastructure, but for now it’s a goodbye from us!”
Team Singularity will keep the current League of Legends Female team who’s thriving under our banner, but will forfeit our spots and missing matches in League Championship Denmark and Telenor Ligaen. The players representing us in Telenor Ligaen have been offered to keep playing to keep their spot, but it won’t be under the SNG banner.
About Team Singularity:
Team Singularity, recently acquired by Rightbridge Ventures, launched in 2016 as a grassroots operation and has grown into a premier esports organization with professional teams competing in Fortnite, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rocket League, League of Legends, FIFA22, Apex Legends and more.
The company is focused on talent development and is the leading player talent incubator in esports. Team Singularity has the largest path2pro esports academy in the world with over 10,000 active amateur players making their way to become the next pro player in esports.
Team Singularity is home to more than 100 players and staff members from more than 30 different countries.