The team missed out on its chance of featuring in the main final after losing to France 19-12.
The Gordon Tietjens coached side won two of its pool games and lost to South Africa 21-7 in its final pool game.
After the semifinal loss, the team then went on to settle in fourth place in the tournament after losing to USA 22-10.
After the competition in So Kon Po, Samoa’s Alamanda Motuga is ranked second in the DHL’s performance tracker with 231 points.
Samoa will take on Spain in their first match of the Singapore 7s before taking on Japan on Saturday.