Singularity to lose CS:GO team
Singularity and their Counter-Strike team have agreed to part ways, the players have announced.
In a joint statement, the players explain that they are "ready for new opportunities" as their contracts with Singularity are about to expire.
The Danish team caused quite a stir in the Counter-Strike community last month as they secured a spot in Copenhagen Games' main tournament via the BYOC qualifier and went on to win the title, beating iGame.com, BIG and dreamchasers in the playoffs.
Singularity's players are looking for a new home
With this announcement, the team, who are currently ranked 19th in the world, also hope to give Singularity some time to decide their future strategy before the two parties officially go their separate ways.
"We have been pleased with our time at Singularity that has supported us in our ventures and provided a good platform to progress from," the players said in a statement.
"[Singularity CEO] Atle Stehouwer has been a great support, but we are ready for new opportunities when our current contract expires.
"We would like to thank Atle and the Singularity organization for the opportunities given and we will, of course, live up to every obligation in the remaining contract period.
"All our energy goes to performing at our very best."
All organisations interested in contacting the team, who are currently competing in HellCase Cup #4, can do so via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Their lineup consists of: