Slava Britvin

Slava Britvin

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CS:GO: Singularity expands to Europe, adds Danish roster

A photo of the players from Singularity's new Danish squad led by Daniel “mertz” Mertz
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From now on Singularity will support two teams in two different regions the new team is led by Daniel “mertz” Mertz and surprisingly includes not young Scandinavian prospects, but experienced players.


The most significant moment is that the team points the return of mertz to the competitive scene. Started his career more than 4 years ago, Daniel was able to reach a high level of play, performing under the banners of North and Heroic in 2018 and 2019.

In May of 2019, he was benched from Heroic and had gone inactive.

Singularity notes that both teams representing the organization will receive full support, and the Danish squad will be based at Copenhagen.

Earlier known as water gamers, Singularity.EU participated in IEM Katowice second open qualifier: they have defeated Secret and HellRaisers, but further could do nothing versus Hard Legion.

With that said, Singularity’s Danish squad now is:

  • Daniel "mertz" Mertz
  • Casper "Celrate" Andersen
  • Tobias "TOBIZ" Theo
  • Jonas "Queenix" Dideriksen
  • Jakob "Jabbi" Nygaard
  • Peter "casle" Sørensen (Coach)

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