Team Singularity CS:GO finished 11th overall with a 7-9 score in the ESEA MDL Season 33.
“I’m happy that we’ve survived in our MDL EU debut with our new Danish roster spearheaded by Mertz, as EU is without a doubt the most stacked region when it comes to CSGO. The team is still very young and unfortunately we lost some very close matches where the marginals didn’t fall to our favor, and this was the difference maker between making playoffs or not, but the team impressed multiple times by taking wins against teams like Spirit and Sprout!
I still have very high hopes to the future of the team, and I’m already looking forward to next season of MDL + of course the extraordinary EPL S12 special qualifier where we’ll be facing Sprout, ARCY, HellRaisers and HAVU for a spot in EPL S12 and can hopefully make a great run!”Atle S. Stehouwer, CEO & Founder, Team Singularity
“After an improved first season, with both good and bad results, we are ready to give it everything this season! We have just sold a player and will therefore be a bit weakened at first, but I am sure we have what it takes to beat all teams.”Peter “Casle” Toftbo Ardenskjold
Here is an overview of the match scores:
Team Singularity vs. Nemiga – 16-9
Team Singularity vs. Nordavind – 13-16
Team Singularity vs. Demolition Crew – 10-16
Team Singularity vs. BIG – 13-16
Team Singularity vs. Spirit – 16-14
Team Singularity vs. Gamerlegion – 12-16
Team Singularity vs. PACT – 10-16
Team Singularity vs. Japaleno – 16-7
Team Singularity vs. Sprout – 16-11
Team Singularity vs. Illuminar – 14-16
Team Singularity vs. Wisla Krakow 16-12
Team Singularity vs. Movistar Riders – 12-16
Team Singularity vs. AGO – 8-16
Team Singularity vs. Hellraisers – 12-16
Team Singularity vs. Unicorns of Love – 16-7
Team Singularity vs. PRO100 – 1-0
We have our eyes set on making playoffs in S34 that is starting this week.