The Danish based Counter-Strike:Global Offensive team housed by the European organization, Team Singularity has lost a player today.
The managers of the team announced via their official socialization page that they have parted ways with Jakob 'Jabbi' Nygaard.
The news also came on the official webpage of the team, there team CEO, Atle 'Atle' Stehouwe wrote:
"I'm happy for Jakob and wish him the best of luck pursuing the new opportunity to the fullest, but from a competitive standpoint then I'm truly sad to see him go as he's been a vital player in our core and I believe there's levels to Jabbi that we haven't seen yet but hopefully will soon enough.
Take care and stay humble, you have a bright future ahead of you!"
At the same time, the player, Jabbi had this to add:
"My time in Singularity has developed me a lot as a player and person. There has been a lot of ups and downs throughout the project.
I have gained a lot of experience at a high level, and a huge insight into the world of professional esports. I'm incredibly grateful and humble for the chance to show the world who I am! I have been pleased with my performance and development in the period, and there's no better conditions to do it under than in Team Singularity.
It has been a pleasure meeting and growing with everyone who has been involved in the project, and I wish my teammates and Team Singularity the best of luck in the future.
I look forward to a new and exciting challenge after the player break.
So with this, the future of the Team Singularity as a roster i9s uncertain, for the time being, it is left with:
- Emil 'Remoy' Schlichte
- Casper 'Celerate' Andersen
- Tobias 'TOBIZ' Theo (C)
- Toftbo "Castle' Ardenskjold (coach)
While Jabbi's future is uncertain for the time being.