Today we announce our departure from the NLC. After several years of competing in the NLC, Team Singularity can officially announce we are stepping away from League of Legends as we look to utilise our resources elsewhere.
With the Aurora Open being our final tournament in League of Legends, we are proud to have participated in the NLC and contributed to the history of the league. We’d also like to thank our past and current roster for their time and commitment to representing the organisation and pushing for the best results in all competitions.
With the transfer of ownership of the NLC Division 2 spot going to another esports organisation, we hope that they can continue to grow and succeed in League of Legends.
“It’s been a challenging experience being in the NLC, however it was not an easy decision to close this chapter in Team Singularity’s progress. I hope all players & staff involved in the project over the past year can continue to develop themselves in the game and reach higher heights than we managed to this year. I am grateful to them all, and wish them the best of luck for the future. Being in the NLC for multiple splits has been a whirlwind of emotions, and we wish the TO’s many more years of success.” –Curt Bottomley, Chief Gaming Officer at Team Singularity
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.