Team Singularity signs Zellsis to its CSGO roster
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Danish esports organization Team Singularity has signed former Swole Patrol player Jordan “Zellsis” Montemurro to its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. The 21-year-old helped Swole Patrol achieve 14 – 16th place at Season 10 of the ESL Pro League in the Americas region.

Zellsis joins the lineup

“I’m very excited to be joining Singularity! After playing with the team in Winners League and other things, I am glad to be able to work with this group of guys for the future,” Zellsis said in a statement. “I have known these players for a long time and being able to be on the same side of the server all together will be a great experience.”

After Collin “wrath” McSweegan left for Swole Patrol in late October, a spot was initially empty on the Singularity lineup. It seemed Zellsis would fill that opening, as he had recently been playing with the new team. However, he couldn’t compete for the roster in the second stage of Season 10 of the ESL Pro League. This was because he had represented another org during the first stage. Team Singularity used Team Endpoint player Robin “robiin” Sjögren instead. However, the team lost all three of their matches and were eliminated.

Team Singularity completes roster

“I am excited to welcome Zellsis to the squad and believe he will be the perfect piece we need to help us continue growing and making progression, as I have worked with him in the past and know what kind of teammate he is and what he has to offer in the server,” said Jeremy Daniel Gray, Team Manager of Team Singularity.

Before joining Team Singularity, Zellsis competed for organizations like Muffin Lightning, Swole Patrol, Cloud9, and Lazarus Esports. He joins players Sebastian “seb” Bucki, Skyler “Relyks” Weaver, Will “dazzLe” Loafman, and Michael “dapr” Gulino on the new team. Ian “Immi” Harding is the coach for the CSGO roster, which is currently participating in Season 3 of WINNERS League.

Ethan Chen is a writer with over 3 years of experience covering esports, gaming, and business.