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Singularity disbands ahead of RLCS 11

The European organisation has met its downfall after a rocky Season X.
After a rather underwhelming Rocket League Championship Series season, Team Singularity has disbanded for the third time in their car soccer tenure.

As of 1st July 2021, George "Breezi" Rusiecki, Joseph "hibbs" Jamie Hibbert, Kieran "rehzzy" Hogan and Kyle "Scrub Killa" Robertson are free agents effective immediately as former World Champion and coach Mark “Markydooda” Exton will stay to restructure ahead of RLCS 11.

Their peak performances during Season X were playing in The Grid, pulling off several top-four finishes and even a first-place finish with lacklustre regional and major showings.

It all began with the transfer of Joseph "noly" Kidd and Thomas "ThO." Binkhorst to Guild Esports which consequently kicked off the Danish org into crisis mode, scrambling for players and making bold decisions aspiring for short-term success.

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Benching and releasing now-BS+COMPETITON’s captain Leon "Godsmilla" Mares and benching World Champion, Scrub Killa were clear signals that Season X was a done deal.

Finishing the campaign in 15th place in the European leaderboards with only 850 circuit points, Singularity missed any chance of making the top six and qualifying for the potential LAN World Championship.

With a clean slate for next season, Markydooda and manager Jonas "vel" Schaffrick will most likely be provided with any and all resources to return the team to their status quo.

It goes beyond saying that the roster released, sticking together or LFT, is a menace on paper and should add some spice to the already stirring pot that European Rostermania has been.

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