Singsing is arguably one of the most popular Dota 2 streamers to date - currently having an astounding 300k+ followers on Twitch and with over 39 million of stream views. Following the disappointing run of Team Kaipi in the Boston Major American Qualifiers, where he juggled between first and second position roles, Singsing eventually announced his retirement soon afterwards. But today, after a successful open qualifier run under the team BeanBoys, it appears that Singsing is now officially back in the competitive scene.
Dota 2: Singsing And The BeanBoys
Months following the departure of Singsing from the professional scene, fans of the popular streamer were delighted after his name was seen signing on a new team to partake on the EU Open Qualifiers for the Kiev Major. The team is currently named BeanBoys and is comprised of the former members of Kaipi: SexyBamboe, Singsing and cancel^^. The remaining two players came from different organizations - Seleri has played most of his competitive career on Sanguine Sharks and Buugi has been a prominent member of 4 Anchors + Sea Captain; where he played with current all-stars, Matumbaman and Jerax.
Dota 2: BeanBoys Beats Horde To Take EU Major Qualifier Spot
During the EU Open Qualifier 2 grand finals, BeanBoys faced Horde in a best of two set to take the last seat for the EU Major Qualifiers; scheduled on March 10 - March 13. The Horde is composed of Swedish players that have been in the professional scene for quite some time - except of course, for Akke, who has cemented his name as one of the best support players in the world after winning TI3 with the Alliance.
Although the latter has more dominance and name in the professional scene, the BeanBoys was favored by many due to the fact that fans are looking forward for the comeback of Singsing. And the fans weren't disappointed as the BeanBoys dominated the entire set - winning a convincing 2-0 victory and secured their way for the Main Qualifiers, which will begin tomorrow. For the exact schedule of the matches, check here.