trace becomes Singularity coach

trace becomes the new coach of Singularity. Note that the 30-year-old Dane remained in the shadows for a long time, leaving the professional scene for six years.

There is no doubt that trace is a CS 1.6 legend. The Dane started his professional career in the early 2000s, playing for ATS-Gaming, mirror and Spirit of Amiga. His gaming career took off in 2009 when trace joined mTw. Together with the team, he won many big championships, including the Komplett Gamer Challenge, Copenhagen Games 2010, DreamHack Summer 2010 and EPS Nordic Season III - Finals.

Already in early 2012, the Danish moved to SK Gaming, where in six months he managed to take fourth place in Intel Extreme Masters VI. However, by the end of the year, trace had a landmark change in the form of a move to the Fnatic camp. Together with the new team, he quickly broke into the forefront, while the competitive scene gradually shifted to CS: GO. Already after the transition to the next part of the series, the Dane, as well as Fnatic, did not immediately adapt to the changes, being remembered only for the silver at ESL Major Series One - Spring 2013, eventually leaving the team. Interestingly, trace tried to get back into the game by joining mTw in 2015. However, the return did not work out, which prompted the Dane to go into inactive for many years.

From now on, Singularity's roster looks like this: