forZe acquire Norwi, Fierce from Singularity
The Russian duo kickstarts a new era for forZe.
The move comes only a day after forZe announced the removal of Evgeny "FL1T" Lebedev, Almaz "almazer" Asadullin, and Anatoliy "liTTle" Yashin from the active roster following the team's failure to qualify for the PGL Major in Stockholm.
"I’m excited for the opportunity in forZe, and I’m happy that Team Singularity have agreed to transfer me even though I’ve only been with them for a short period and came together with the rest of the BEZ ZP squad... I wish my teammates all the best and hope for them and Team Singularity to find success in the future," stated Norwi.
"Our management followed Fierce for a long time and when the time came we offered him to join us. We can say that we know him well. Norwi is a promising young player with good game statistics, who suited us in all game parameters. Fierce also recommended him as a player who will be useful in the updated roster," added Sergei "MegioN" Ignatko, CEO of Forze Esports.
The Russian organization still needs to recruit one more player to have a starting five before the team's debut in the upcoming DreakHack Open November 2021 qualifiers.
forZe is now:
Artem "Fierce" Ivanov (Coach)