Shakezullah completes Singularity move
He will be stepping into the shoes of Ian "motm" Hardy, who was released from Singularity at the end of March after a two-and-a-half month spell with the organisation, during which the team most notably attended the WESG Finals, in China, and went 3-0 in the ECS Pinnacle Cup.
“It has been a dream of mine to play Counter-Strike at a top level for over five years now, and I can express how grateful I am to both Singularity, as well as this group of guys for giving me the opportunity to prove my worth," Shakezullah told Singularity's website.
"I hope to propel the team to new heights and continue to bring respect to the Singularity name!
"I appreciate the ongoing support from everyone, and hope that you will continue to support me, as well as my team going forward!"
The new Singularity roster will make its first LAN appearance in a week's time as it will compete in the BYOC qualifier for Copenhagen Games, on April 18, in which four spots in the $98,000 competition will be on offer.
With this move, Singularity now have:
Jared "MAC-1" Schneider (coach)