As of the 21st of March, Team Singularity has announced their entry into the Rainbow Six: Siege pro scene with a team of five Brazilian players, and a manager/coach.
At the time of the announcement, new team manager Matheus Ramalho Gonçalves states that the team is excited to be joining Team Singularity and that they hope to keep pushing themselves believing that with the organisation's support they can reach "the top".
We are excited to announce that we will be entering the @R6esports scene! Please welcome @hunteer_r6 @KDS_r6 @Dyx_LENDA @rhZ_R6 @soulz05 @ramalhofps!— Team Singularity (@SNG_Esports) March 21, 2020
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While the players have not been vocal, the CEO of Team Singularity, Atle S. Stehouwer, is quoted as saying that Rainbow Six had been on their radar for a while now, and they believe Singularity can support the young team’s future well, saying:
“I’m super thrilled to announce that Team Singularity is finally entering Rainbow Six, which has been on my radar for almost a year now where I’ve been following it closely from the sideline waiting for the right option to occur.
We are entering with a young and hungry Brazilian team currently placed in the middle of the LATAM PRO League leaderboard, with all options open of making it to the S12 finals going into the second half of the season. We believe that we’ve the right infrastructure to support the young teams’ journey and I’m very much looking forward to journey together with this very talented squad!”
The team, formerly known as Elevate Brazil, currently sit in 6th in the LATAM Pro League with seven games played, their next match is against MIBR on the 25th March. How they perform for the rest of the season is unknown but one thing is for certain, they will not be attending the Rainbow Six Siege Pro League Season 11 finals after they were cancelled due the coronavirus pandemic.
The young players have quite the future ahead of them with Singularity being their first organisation, and the watchful eyes of the Rainbow Six community will be surely looking them over with great intrigue in the months to come.
With all of Siege on its back feet nowadays, new talent entering the league can never be a bad thing.