After defeating Team123 2-1 (25-21 on Train, 13-16 on
Nuke and 16-8 on Inferno), Singularity have secured a spot at
DreamHack Open Summer.
On the other side of the single-elimination bracket,
Red Reserve beat
Mikail “Maikelele” Bill‘s
North Academy. When the two Nordic teams met each other,
Niels-Christian “NaToSaphiX” Sillassen and co.
assured a place in the grand final with a 2-0 victory.
Singularity have made it to DreamHack
The Danish clash began with
Singularity grabbing a five-round streak on their
opponents’ map pick, Train, and easily reaching an 11-4 lead by
Despite the big gap,
Team123 managed to win 10 in a row and eventually reached
map point as Counter-Terrorists. However,
Singularity levelled the score and eventually secured the
first map, 25-21, after prevailing in a triple overtime.
Singularity‘s map pick,
Allan “AnJ” Jensen‘s squad seemed to be paving
the way for their qualification with a dominant 11-4 lead on
the CT side, but
Team123 refused to back off and took the series to a third
map with a 16-13 victory.
Despite getting out to a 6-2 lead on the
decider map, Inferno, Singularity finished the first
half with a narrow one-round advantage as Terrorists. Still,
AnJ and his team easily assured their presence at DreamHack
Summer after closing the last map out 16-8 following a near
DreamHack Open Summe..
With the North
American Closed Qualifier still running, here is the
current team list for DreamHack Summer:
The Swedish event will take place from June 17-19 at the
Elmia Exhibition and Convention Centre, in Jönköping, with
$100,000 up for grabs.