Today we are officially welcoming Samuel “Ryuh” Morthorst to Team Singularity, as he becomes the Head of mobile esports. Samuel has been involved with Mobile Esports since early 2018 with Arena of Valor, and has been playing a number of titles at a very high level during the years. His last notable player performance was reaching 4th in the World Championship Regional Finals for Call of Duty Mobile. On top of this Samuel has been working as an esports teacher for a year, in the danish school system.
Samuel brings a great passion for mobile esports, aswell as a vast experience both as a player, coach and manager, and we are very happy to bring him on board to help improve our mobile gaming infrastructure. With this signing Team Singularity are looking to continue our growth and presence in mobile esports. This also means that we will expand our mobile division and start looking at other game titles to enter, starting with Wild Rift.
“Team Singularity is a top tier Organization from Denmark, and as a Dane myself, it’s an honor to be able to represent them. Having met Atle a few times, I can’t wait to learn more from him and his enormous experience. I am very excited for this journey, and I can’t wait to build Mobile Gaming Empire with Team Singularity.”Samuel “Ryuh” Morthost, Head of mobile esports, Team Singularity
Samuel will be in charge of connecting our European and South American mobile gaming involvements closer together and creating more synergies across the SNG world map. Furthermore then he’ll also be in charge of our mobile APP activations and user experience.
“I’m very pleased to have found Samuel in the mobile gaming jungle, and I’m confident that his experience and knowledge will help Team Singularity speedup and optimize our growth and development processes in the mobile gaming space in terms of talent incubation and brand presence.Atle S. Stehouwer, Founder & CEO, Team Singularity
Welcome to the family Samuel, I’m confident that we can make some great things together and I’m very much looking forward to have someone extra to come into the office in these weird times still heavily affected by Covid-19”