Team Singularity first entered Wild Rift in the middle of the Asian beta in November 2020. We initially picked up Zour and Raion, who were both veterans within the mobile space, and we trusted them to be the foundation for our Wild Rift team during the 2020-2021 season. During small community tournaments within the first few weeks of the game, we were able to be at the top, getting top 3 in most tournaments, and winning half of them.
Always looking to improve, we were constantly scouting the scene for talents, and made quite a few changes from week to week, to ensure we were always staying at the top. We brought in Elegy, Ghost and Schow during January, and kept on dominating community tournaments, only challenged by Nova Esports. To improve our roster further, we tested out Zour in the jungle, whereas Raion stepped down from the roster and we picked up Vejos to fill Zours void in the midlane and tried our Redemption for the marksman role, as Ghost joined NaVi. Even though it worked out well, Zour preferred to stay in the midlane, and Vejos went on to join Nova Esports.
At the end of January we were unable to keep our players, as they got offers from other teams in Europe. Schow joined Team Baguette, Vejos joined Nova Esports, Elegy took a step back from the scene, and Ghost joined Navi. Elegy later went on to join Tribe Esports as their substitute.
Looking to rebuild, we brought in the Top, Jungle and Support from the team Baguette, reuniting with our former support Schow. This roster completely dominated the European scene for a few months, winning the Wild Series Monthly, Season 1 of Mobile Maybem, Zenith Leagues Rift Showdown and a second place in SK Gamings RiftZone event. The team got an offer they couldn’t refuse from GameLord, and we let the team go to join the Belgium organization, as a mostly French speaking team.
Rebuilding once again with Zour, we picked up Joker, Joeyscags, Kies and Ryuh, who then went on to win the ESL Wild Rift Premiership.
Later Team Liquid announce the summer showdown, where we placed 5-8th after group stages.
When Riot Games announced the Origin Series, we looked to upgrade our roster, and do well in that. We safely won our qualifier, and placed 7-8th place June Monthly finals, losing to Cream Real Betis in the loser bracket.
We made some changes coming into July, benching Zour and picking up Royal for the midlane position. During July, we managed to place 5-6th, and are now 6th ranked overall in Europe on placement points for Origin Series.
Last Weekend we qualified for the last Monthly finals, and we are looking to make a better result in the last one. We picked up toplaner Phi and support Methanaute from FTW.
Our current roster for the final Monthly Finals for Origin Series:
- Top: Phi
- Jungle: TheJoker
- Mid: Royal
- ADC: Joeyscags
- Support: Methanaute
- Sub: Ryuh, Zour
You can cheer us on today, as we clash out in the final Monthly Finals for Origin Series, more information on that here: https://play.originseries.com/august-qualifier-group-a-monthly-finals/bracket
Check out all the results on Liquidpedia: https://liquipedia.net/wildrift/Team_Singularity/Results
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.