Credit: Team Singularity
Team Singularity announced the roster change on their Twitter today.
Emil "Remoy" Schlichter has been a part of Team Singularity since May 2020. His last match for the team was in ESEA Premier Season 36, where the Danish team ended last in their group. The team has not been able to breakthrough in the second tier, and now they will look to shake up their roster for the future.
- These situations are never easy, but with bad results come tough choices. I hope that a roster change will be the first step in the right direction upon solving our CS:GO equation, but this decision comes with a heavy heart as I believe Emil has a great potential to be unlocked and has a bright future ahead of him. I hope we can find Emil a solid team to continue his grind in the future, and I’m open to all potential interest in the matter, Atle S. Stehouwer, Founder & CEO, Team Singularity says.
For Emil "Remoy" Schlichter the benching comes after a hectic time at the Danish Organization.
- I have had it rough while playing in Singularity as players have been sold to the left and right, so I never really found myself during most of my time in Singularity, but I know I have much more unredeemed potential to offer. I think the team is heading in the right direction and just need to grind some more, but going forward it will not be with me, the player says in a statement on Singularity's website.
Team Singularity will be back on the server on the 26th of March at Nordic Masters Spring, which serves as a qualifier for BLAST Premier Spring Showdown.