Counter Strike legend trace steps in as Singularity coach

Martin "trace" Heldt of Denmark has been introduced as coach of Singularity, replacing Niklas "brieF" Jorgensen. The organization announced the news on its official website.

“I am thrilled to be given the opportunity to coach team singularity, as I make my return to the professional scene once again. It’s time to work hard and reach our potential as a team”

Martin “Trace” Bang Heldt

Heldt is primarily known for his performances in CS 1.6 for mTw from 2009 to 2011. As one of the strongest players at the time, he helped the Danish squad establish themselves as one of the leaders of the professional scene. Before joining the famous, the best Danish team of all time, trace played under several good teams on the Danish scene, including fearme, ATS-Gaming, Spirits of Amiga, [1] wooSai [2] and MoD.  In 2010, ranked him as the third-best player in the world, and in 2011 he was ranked fourth on a similar list.

Along with the introduction of the new coach, Singularity also signed player Nikolaj “holzt” Fruergaard Holst, who has been on a trial for the past two months. He replaced Emil "Remoy" Schlichter, who left the squad in March.

“I’m delighted to welcome Martin to Team Singularity, and I’m confident that he’ll be able to help develop the players and solve the team puzzle. I had the pleasure of meeting him at our CS:GO bootcamp a few weeks ago, and it was very clear from the start that he fitted the team and atmosphere perfectly”

Atle S. Stehouwer, Founder & CEO, Team Singularity

It should be added that Singularity currently plays in the European part of ESEA Advanced S37 and the local Danish championship Ligaen Season 17.