SingSing and Wagamama to lead new team Qpad Dragons
Two famous European players who had split ways with their former teams appear again in a Dota 2 team, this time together. In a new team called Qpad Dragons, SingSing and Wagamama will be the captains while James '2GD' Harding will be managing the team.
SingSing ending up in a 2GD-managed team is not surprising: ever since the GD B-Team times of team mousesports, James Harding has put WehSing Yue under his wings, still hoping he would get a good team again. Wagamama, previously playing for team Pulse eSports, gives the Qpad Dragons a Swedish base.
Alongside SingSing and Wagamama, four 'trialing members' have been announced: ComeWithMe, who already played together with SingSing in mousesports until The International 2012, Mini, also a former Pulse-member, as well as EGM from Sweden and NotAHax from Finland.
"I wanna play more Dota2, please stop talking to me."
Statement James '2GD' Harding:
"QPAD have been a long term supporter of eSports, I remember back in 2004 when they helped me attend DreamHack Winter at the start of my Quake 4 career and today I'm thrilled to partner with QPAD again to assist the very dedicated DotA2 team in being able to pursue a fulltime career in eSports."
Roster Qpad Dragons:
WehSing 'Sing_Sing' Yuen
Niklas 'Wagamama' Högström
Craciunescu 'ComeWithMe' Alexandru
Jerry 'EGM' Lundkvist
Benjamin "NotAHax" Läärä
Hampus 'Mini' Olsson
Source: Qpad Facebook Page