The Summer Season of the League of Legends European Championship kicked off a few weeks ago, and since its start SK Gaming has found itself struggling, facing an 0-5 record and sitting at the bottom of the standings. To make up for this result, the team has announced a few changes coming to the team, both in its management and on its active roster.
Announced in a Twitter post, Jesse "Jesiz" Le will be returning to the team in the head coach role, and Philipp Samuel "Lilipp" Englert will be joining the active roster from the SK Prime team, and will be taking over the Support role.
"While the prior changes we made had the desired effect of improving the team's early game playstyle, we have been lacking in other areas of the game by not having Jesse in a role where we can utilize his contributions to the team in the best way possible", reads the statement from SK.
"Philipp is already practicing with the team in Berlin and is excited to make his LEC debut. We hope that everyone can support him as much as possible this split, as well as the rest of our roster!"
Do you think these changes will help SK out of the gutter?