Zellsis joins Singularity
Zellsis fills the spot left vacant following the release of Collin "wrath" McSweegan, who made his way to Swole Patrol at the end of October. Singularity have been fielding Zellsis in their recent online matches, but were unable to use the player in their second ESL Pro League Season 10 Americas group stage appearance as he had attended the first stage under a different organization, Swole Patrol.
Instead, Singularity attended the event with Robin "robiin" Sjögren, where they were able to notch wins over DETONA and Envy. A 2-0 loss to ATK left the team out of contention for a spot at the LAN finals in Odense, although their final placement assures them a spot in the league for the next season.
Zellsis averaged a 0.85 rating during Swole Patrol's ESL Pro League Season 10 Americas campaign, with the team unable to net any wins over MIBR, FURIA, or Envy. Not long after returning home from the event, Zellsis, Yassine "Subroza" Taoufik, and Jaccob "yay" Whiteaker all announced that they had left Swole Patrol, pointing towards a tough period for the team as part of the reason for their respective departures.
"I’m very excited to be joining Singularity!," he said in a statement. "After playing with the team in Winners League and other things, I am glad to be able to work with this group of guys for the future.
"I have known these players for a long time and being able to be on the same side of the server all together will be a great experience."
According to Dust2.us, Singularity were slated to attend Fragadelphia 14 in December, but have chosen to skip the event in order to play in the IEM Katowice 2020 qualifiers, set to begin on December 10.
Singularity are now:
Ian "Immi" Harding (coach)