Infinite was Singularity's highest-rated player during his brief time with the team
Singularity have announced that Gage "Infinite" Green is "stepping down from the active CS:GO squad." In his own Tweet, the player has declared himself a free agent who is "looking at [his] options."
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.— NRG Infinite (@Infinite1csgo) February 11, 2019
Infinite joined Singularity after the plug was pulled on a move to Cloud9, with the spot ultimately going to former Swole Patrol member Jordan "Zellsis" Montemurro.
During his time with Singularity, Infinite has helped the team to a 4-3 record in MDL. The only other events the team participated in during his tenure were the two IEM Sydney open qualifiers, neither of which saw the team progress to the Closed portion.
Dust2.us has learned that Infinite's replacement is set to by Ricky "floppy" Kemery, currently of Win Scrims Not Matches and noted short-form comedian. floppy has been with the former Vireo.pro roster since October 10th of 2018, but the squad have seemingly lost their Season 29 mojo after their organization disintegrated. They are currently at the bottom of MDL with an 0-4 record.
If the move comes to fruition, Singularity's roster would be:
- Joshua "oSee" Ohm
- Cameron "hydrex" Kern
- Ryan "ryann" Welsh
- Ian "motm" Hardy
- Ricky "floppy" Kemery
- Jared "MAC-1" Schneider (coach)
Singularity are currently slated for matches in MDL against Fragging for Andy and Old Guys Club this week. The team are also set to participate at the WESG 2018 World Finals next month.