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Maple benched

POSTED BY Grauling July 10, 2020

Today we officially confirm the active roster change between Jack “Maple” Maple and Sam “Chain” Dineley in our Call of Duty Challengers team. The two players will be swapping positions which means that Sam is back in the active roster and Jack has been benched.

The change is being made due to our swinging results from the previous two months after returning to the EU scene, where we haven’t been able to live up to our own level and expectations. Sam that has been on loan for the past month parted ways with the Ex-Royal Ravens Academy team after the last Challengers Cup, and was therefore available for the change to be possible.

As there’s precious little time left of the Challengers season then we are open to inquiries for Jack “Maple” Maple services for the remaining period of the season including CHAMPS.

Active roster:

  • Jed “Detain” Mulcahy
  • Jamie “Insight” Craven
  • Luke “Bidz” Biddle
  • Sam “Chain” Dineley
  • Joseph “Gismo” Owen Evans


  • Samuel “FENIX” Raymond Spencer


  • Jack “Maple” McCartney

“I’m sad that we have to make a change this late in the season, but I believe it’s important to get us back on track and to defend our position as the global rank #1 Challengers team. We set a goal as a team early this year and have been working very hard towards it, but since we haven’t been able to convert our efforts into championships the past two months then a change was needed. Jack is a very talented player and a great person, but we needed a change of strategy in our setup and therefore we’ve decided to bench Jack and re-welcome Sam into the team.

I hope we can find Jack a solid team for the remaining season, and if there’s teams interested to initiate a dialogue then feel free to reach out directly to me”

Atle S. Stehouwer, Founder & CEO, Team Singularity

“I’m sad to be benched, but I understand the decision made due to our lack of results ever since getting back from North America. I wish the team the best of luck going forward, and I want to thank them for all the good times we’ve had together. I hope to see them reach their potential with the change, and as for myself then I’m still super motivated to play the remaining season, and I hope I can find a team or stack just as motivated to join forces with to start the grind!”

Jack “Maple” Maple

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