UPDATE: Team Singularity has signed Ricky “floppy” Kemery.
It's official! We would like to welcome @floppyCSGO to our CS:GO team! Over the last months he has proved himself as a great player and we are looking forward to working with him!#SNGARMY pic.twitter.com/DidZiff1ni
— Team Singularity (@SNG_Esports) February 12, 2019
We are sad to announce that @Infinite1csgo will be stepping down from the active CS:GO squad! The decision taken reflects a divergence in personalities that was holding the team from reaching further goals! We would like to thank Gage and wish him the best of luck!#SNGARMY pic.twitter.com/TPfTDC1omB
— Team Singularity (@SNG_Esports) February 11, 2019
Firstly, the Singularity twitter account retweeted the original story from HLTV, seemingly confirming the addition of floppy. As of publishing, there has been no official confirmation of Kemery’s signing. Secondly, Team Singularity cited the move “reflects a divergence in personalities that was holding the team [back] from future goals.”
Unfortunately, this is not the first time that Green’s attitude has seemingly held him back. In a report by dust2.us in late December, Infinite was reportedly ready to try-out with Cloud9 while Maikil “golden” Selim recovered from ongoing health issues. Next, Ronnie “ryx” Bylicki then accused Green of making racist remarks at a prior tournament. As a result, Cloud9 never signed or tried out Infinite.
Finally, Team Singularity did not confirm to ESTNN that floppy will be joining the roster but did say that they will announce their fifth member in the early afternoon.
For his part, Gage had this to say on Twitter:
Me and Singularity have parted ways and I want to say I have no ill will towards the players or the org they helped me understand myself better and improve upon that and I want to thank them for that. I'm now a F/A and am looking at my options hopefully some news to come soon.
— Gage (@Infinite1csgo) February 11, 2019
Therefore, if the addition of floppy turns out to be true, Singularity’s roster will be as follows:
Ian “motm” Hardy
Cameron “hydrex” Kern
Josh “oSee” Ohm
Ryan “ryann” Welsh
Ricky “floppy” Kemery (rumored)
Jared “MAC-1” Schneider (coach)
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