Team Singularity partners with trading platform ENDX

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Image credit: Team Singularity / ENDX

Danish esports organisation Team Singularity has announced a partnership with esports trading platform ENDX, after its return to competitive CS:GO in February 2023.

The team will be featured on the ENDX platform, with users able to trade Team Singularity players in the future. Team Singularity returned to CS:GO earlier this year with a Polish roster after a two-year period of inactivity in the scene.

Team Singularity is a well-known Danish esports brand, most known for its successes in CS:GO and Apex Legends. The company was founded in 2016 and currently has teams in Call of Duty, Rocket League, Apex Legends, CS:GO and Fortnite, among other games. The company has partnered with Canadian esports holding company OverActive Media for a Call of Duty Challengers team in Europe. Team Singularity has started 2023 by partnering with wearables brand GamerTech.

The partnership with ENDX, an esports trading platform focused on CS:GO, will see Team Singularity’s new roster of players included for trade on the platform. Users will be able to buy and sell shares of the players, with the prices changing depending on the in-game performance. ENDX has its own tokens

The platform has recently partnered with 00Nation, another Nordic esports brand notable for its Brazilian CS:GO roster which includes some of the most popular players in the country. ENDX is also a partner of Copenhagen Flames, Tricked Esports and Cloud9.

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Mikey Morris, Head of Marketing for Team Singularity, commented on the partnership: “Utilising modern-day technology with IPOs and the stocks side of things to engage with the community, as well as our more technical apparel through our partners at GamerTech, Singularity are becoming more advanced and using more modern techniques than ever before to perform at the best of our ability, and I am happy to be able to add ENDX to our current list of partners.”

Ivan Šimić
Ivan comes from Croatia, loves weird simulator games, and is terrible at playing anything else. Spent 5 years writing about tech and esports in Croatia, and is now doing it here.