A look at this week's Team Singularity team page on the Contenders website shows a surprising amount of changes. The first assumption would be that the team cut all-but-Kellex and decided to move forward beyond the dream of an all-Danish roster. What actually happened to the team, as revealed by ChrisTFer's Twitlonger, was something even more surprising.

"Earlier this week I heard about the fact that the Danish roster was going to disband so me and Fischer spoke to Kellex about potentially taking over the spot. The original roster all agreed as they weren't going to use it. We had only a few hours to select a roster before the roster lock so everything was a bit of a rush."

There were several other key points from ChrisTFer's Twitlonger. The new roster is in no way related to the Singularity organization, however they are unable to change the team name per Contenders' rules. The new team is being used more as a tool for the players on it than anything else: the players, who are all looking for team, want to keep themselves from getting rusty in a competitive team environment and hope that good performances lead to Overwatch League teams taking looks at them. With that in mind, the players are all under agreement that potential tryouts for OWL teams will take priority over playing for this team.

Team Singularity released a Twitlonger of their own that explained the Danish roster's disband:

"After Kragie chose to leave we all talked things through, we talked about our recent performance, the option of bringing in a new danish DPS player and the opportunity for the rest of us to pursue our own goals (OWL tryouts, other team offers etc.). It really wasn't an easy decision as some of us played together for close to a year, which is a lifetime in esport. We decided to part ways, but every one of us is still on good terms and still very good friends outside of the game. We would like to thank Singularity for allowing us to prove ourselves and being able to play under their name. Even though we never did go all the way. We are very satisfied with many of our results. We wish Singularity, as well as our coach Whatsgood good luck in the future, hopefully you will still be seeing us around the Overwatch e-sport scene in the time to come."

To wrap it all up, the organization released their own official statement:

"As an organization it will always be a gamble going into new esport titles, and with the structure and setup revolving around the prestigious Overwatch League presented by Blizzard, it is not an option we can pursue. We hope to help the talents find a new suitable home, and interested organizations are welcome to contact me or the players directly."

The Team Singularity roster was:

  • Mikkel "MandeTrodser" Hestbek (DPS)
  • Phillip "Kragie" Krag (DPS)
  • Daniel "Danii" Lindblad (Flex)
  • Gustav "Nerfdd" Guldager (Tank)
  • Andreas "Lind" Lindblad (Support)
  • Kristian "Kellex" Keller (Support)
  • Ben "whatsgood" Goulding (Manager & Coach)

The roster currently posing as Contenders Team Singularity is:

  • Mads "fischer" Jehg (DPS)
  • Mario "PoPiFresH" Gonzalez (DPS)
  • Eoghan "Smex" O'Neill (Flex)
  • Chistopher "ChrisTFer" Graham (Tank)
  • Dante "Dante" Zegveld (Support)
  • Kristian "Kellex" Keller (Support)