SK Gaming

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SK Gaming
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Team Information
Org LocationGermany Germany
Region
EU
 Europe
Head CoachRam "Brokenshard" Djemal
Partner(s)Deutsche Telekom
Mercedes-Benz
Team Razer
Sennheiser
Game Fuel
History
CreatedSeptember 16, 2010(2010-09-16)
Social Media & Links
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Current Roster
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SK Gaming has been part of the esports community since 1997. The organization entered the League of Legends scene in September 2010.

History

Formation of SK Gaming

SK Gaming's foray into League of Legends began on September 16, 2010, when SK acquired team I WEAR A CAPE IRL consisting of Osaft22, SleazyWeazy, Severus, Reyk, Zylor, Pylat, and Awe kek.[1]

Season 1

With this lineup, SK Gaming was able to take second place at the 2010 World Cyber Games. In the group stage, SK Gaming entered a three way match, tied for first. Going 2-1 by defeating AnotherStory and Counter Logic Gaming Prime, while falling to ChinaHero. In the playoffs, SK Gaming was able to defeat ChinaHero in their rematch 2-0, advancing to the finals. There, SK Gaming would fall to Counter Logic Gaming 1-2, taking home second place.[2]

On December 8, 2010, SK Gaming expanded their roster by recruiting the members of Team Dimegio. With this pickup, SK acquired Araneae, nRated, Rashaasii, Wickd, ALth0r, and ocelote. [3]Araneae would leave SK Gaming on March 23 of the following year.[4]

Pre-Season 2

The SK lineup would undergo a few more changes in the coming months. One of the biggest roster changes in SK Gaming's history occurred on June of 2011, with ALth0r, Farfain, LimeLight, nRated, Severus, and SleazyWeazy leaving, and being replaced by Candy Panda, WetDreaM, and Nyph.[5]

With their new roster, SK Gaming participated in the 2011 IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne. SK was unable to pass the group stage, going 1-2 after defeating Frag Executors, then falling to Counter Logic Gaming Prime and FnaticRC. SK finished in 5th/6th place along with Team ALTERNATE. [6]

Shortly after the event, WetDreaM was replaced by Snoopeh. [7]

On October 5, 2011, SK Gaming placed third in the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Guangzhou. With a strong performance, SK Gaming won its group by going 2-1, defeating CrossGaming and Invictus Gaming and losing to eHome. In the semifinals, SK Gaming fell to Counter Logic Gaming Prime 1-2, but then defeated eHome 2-1 in the third place match to take third at the tournament.[8]

A few weeks later, SK Gaming qualified for the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge New York. In the group stage, SK Gaming placed first going 3-0, defeating Sypher, Curse Gaming, and v8 eSports. Continuing on their success, SK Gaming defeated Counter Logic Gaming Prime 2-0 in the semi-finals. However, SK fell in the grand finals 0-2 to FnaticRC.

Season 2

In the coming months, SK Gaming underwent several changes to their roster. On October 20, long time top laner Wickd left SK to form Absolute Legends with WetdreaM. SK picked up MoMa for a short stint to replace Wickd, but MoMa left shortly after signing. Near the end of 2011, Snoopeh departed SK Gaming to join the new Counter Logic Gaming EU and Absolute Legends merger team. To fill the void, SK signed former against All authority top laner Kev1n.[9]

Ten days after SK's roster changes, they earned fourth at the IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev. SK Gaming placed second in the group stage, defeating Curse Gaming and White Lotus while falling to Team SoloMid. Despite this strong initial showing, SK was swept by the eventual winner Moscow Five in the semifinals 0-2, and then Dignitas 0-2 in the third place match.[10]

On February 12, 2012, Dedrayon joined SK Gaming as their jungler.[11] SK Gaming had a dominant performance in the group stages of IEM Season VI - World Championship, going 4-1 and taking second place, defeating Curse Gaming, Team SoloMid, Sypher, and eHome, while losing their only game to Moscow Five. However, their success did not transfer over to the playoffs, as SK fell to against All authority in the quarterfinals. SK Gaming took 5th-6th place alongside Team Curse.

Longtime mid laner ocelote temporarily switched roles with top laner kev1n on May 20, 2012.[12] On June 8, ocelote returned to the mid lane, while kev1n became the AD Carry and Candy Panda moved to top lane. A month after these position changes, longtime SK member CandyPanda left the team along with jungler Dedrayon. To replace CandyPanda, SK brought on former Absolute Legends top lane player YoungBuck. Eleven days later, SK Gaming underwent yet another roster change, with Svenskeren and YoungBuck leaving and Kev1n moving back to the top lane.[13]

On July 29, SK received third place at European Challenger Circuit: Poland with Araneae jungling and YellOwStaR playing the AD carry role. SK dropped its first set to CLG EU, 1-2, but was able to overcome Team Curse Europe 2-1. Two days later, ocelote announced that this roster would be permanent.

Shortly before the start of the Season Two European Regionals in Cologne, SK Gaming picked up AD carry YellOwStaR and jungler Araneae. After only two weeks of training, SK Gaming competed at the regionals on August 16, 2012. In their first round, SK Gaming overcame the Polish Team Acer.PL 2-0 to advance. In a huge upset, SK swept the heavily favored Counter Logic Gaming EU 2-0 to qualify for the Season 2 World Championship and advance to the grand finals of the tournament. In the finals, SK Gaming fell to the Russian Moscow Five 0-2 and took home second place. After strong performances by YellOwStaR and Araneae, SK Gaming recruited them to officially join the main roster.

On August 25, during Campus Gaming Party: Berlin, Metalx of Western Wolves and Schabs of Team Acer substituted for YellOwstaR and Araneae, who were unable to attend due to personal reasons. SK took third place in group B with defeats by Eclypsia.Luna and Fnatic.

In early October, SK Gaming traveled to Los Angeles to play in the Season 2 World Championship. SK met an early exit, losing to CLG Prime, Azubu Frost, and Invictus Gaming in quick succession in the group stage. They left with an 11th-12th place result and $25,000.

On November 11, SK Gaming participated in Tales of the Lane. After placing 3-1 in their group with victories over Tt Dragons, mousesports and Team ALTERNATE and a sole loss to Fnatic, SK received a bye into the semifinals of the bracket stage. They lost their semifinal match to Eclypsia 0-2, and lost the ensuing third place match to Moscow Five 0-2, placing them fourth in the seven overall, going home with € 2,500.

Pre-Season 3

The team traveled to Poland to compete at IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Katowice in January, but were knocked out in the group stage, going 1-2 and coming in 6th, winning against Absolute Legends but losing sets to Azubu Frost and Fnatic. During their match against Fnatic, Fnatic mid laner xPeke broke open an extremely close game by backdooring the SK nexus. This play was received with widespread amazement and prompted the term "xPeke'd".[14]

Season 3

By finishing in the top three at the Season 2 EU regionals, SK had qualified to participate in Riot's new professional league, Season 3 EU League Championship Series, playing in a 10 week competition with the continent's best teams. During the spring season of 2013, the SK team played consistently well, finishing with a respectable 17-11 and claiming third place going into playoffs. The Season 3 LCS Spring Playoffs occurred in April, where SK was able to automatically secure their spot in the next LCS season in the first round when their opponent, sixth-seeded against All authority, was disqualified due to roster issues.[15] The team then faced Gambit Gaming, falling 2-0 to the Russians. In the third place match, SK faced Evil Geniuses and, despite having early leads in both games, were unable to close them out and lost 2-0, to finish fourth in the playoffs.

SK Gaming attended the IEM Season VII - World Championship in Hanover in March 2013. They were unable to make it to the bracket stage, placing 10th after winning only a single game against MeetYourMakers.

In the summer split of the European LCS, SK made consistently poor showings and held eighth place for most of the split, despite going 3-1 against the eventual champions Fnatic. After a brief resurgence in the last two weeks of the season, SK finished seventh and would face relegation in the 2014 Season Spring Promotion Tournament.

Kev1n and hyrqBot departed SK in September to join Ninjas in Pyjamas. In November, SK Gaming recruited LCS veterans fredy122 (previously of against All authority), Svenskeren (previously of Ninjas in Pyjamas), and challenger player Jesiz. After nearly three years as a starter, ocelote stepped down from mid lane to be a substitute, while Nyph took his spot as Team Captain.

In December 2013, SK Gaming faced SUPA HOT CREW XD in the Spring Promotion Tournament. After falling behind 0-2, SK Gaming won three games in a row to defeat SUPA HOT CREW XD and return to the LCS.

In the end of December 2013 Team Captain Nyph announced that he would be leaving SK Gaming to join Alliance.

2014 Season

After picking up new support nRated, SK Gaming competed in the Spring Split. After a few shaky weeks, is was clear that the changes to the roster had served the team well. As CandyPanda picked up the weekly MVP award for week three, SK's ascent of the rankings table began. By the penultimate week, SK had made it to 3rd place behind Alliance and Fnatic, but a perfect superweek saw SK claim 1st place. SK's performance in the spring split secured them a place in the Spring Playoffs. The playoffs saw the team beat Team ROCCAT in the semifinal, but following this, SK lost to Fnatic in the final, resulting in a 2nd place finish for the team.

SK started the Summer Split strong, Svenskeren picked up the weekly MVP award for week three, and SK stayed within the top 3 teams until the 9th week. Poor results toward the end of the split saw SK in 5th place after the penultimate week, but a late surge resulted in the team finishing in 4th place overall, with nRated picking up the weekly MVP award for the final week. Following this was the Summer Playoffs, a chance for the team to qualify for the World Championship. SK finished 3rd in the playoffs, losing to Alliance in the semifinal, but beating Team ROCCAT in the 3rd place match, securing themselves a place at the World Championship.

The World Championship saw SK placed in Group B along with Star Horn Royal Club, Team SoloMid and Taipei Assassins. SK only managed 2 wins in the group, but notably beat TSM in their last match of the group stage. SK finished in 3rd place in their group, meaning that they would not go any further in the tournament.

2015 Season

On November 24, 2014 SK Gaming announced that their lineup for the 2015 Season would consist of fredy122, Svenskeren, Fox, FORG1VEN, and nRated, with Fox and FORG1VEN newly joining the lineup.[16]

The Spring Split was a huge success for SK Gaming, finishing 1st in the regular season and losing only 3 games in the process.

Due to SK being in 1st place in the Spring Split at the specified cutoff date, the team were invited to compete at the IEM Season IX - World Championship. After a Round 1 win against the yoe Flash Wolves, SK Gaming lost to GE Tigers in Round 2 of the winners bracket, putting them into Round 2 of the losers bracket. SK Gaming were then knocked out by yoe Flash Wolves after losing to the Taiwanese team in their 2nd meeting at the tournament.

The team's regular season performance meant that SK Gaming would have a bye to the semifinals of the Spring Playoffs, where they would fall to Unicorns Of Love in a tight series, and become the first regular season 1st place finishers to fall in the semifinals of playoffs in LCS history. They went on to lose the 3rd place match to H2k-Gaming, securing themselves 30 Championship Points for the split.

After FORG1VEN's departure and CandyPanda's arrival, the Summer Season was far less successful for the team, ultimately finishing the regular season in 9th place. This meant that they would have to fight for their LCS status in the 2016 Spring Promotion, where they faced Gamers2. Now with NoXiAK in the place of nRated, a well-fought series eventually saw SK Gaming, who had been a part of the European LCS since it's conception, lose their place in the LCS.

2019 Season

In 2018, the organization was rumored to be rejoining the EU LCS as part of the 2019 European franchise program.[17] On November 20, Riot Games confirmed SK Gaming as one of the ten partner teams for the LEC 2019 Spring Split.[18]

They signed their core from MADL's roster consisting of Werlyb, Selfmade, and Crownshot and signed with Pirean from SKT and Dreams 2 koreans who had played in western regions before. After beating their old rivals Fnatic in week 1 they showed inconsistent performances throughout the split and finished in 6th place after winning a tiebreaker against Schalke 04. In Round 1 of playoffs they started good against Splyce but lost the series in the end convincingly 1-3.

Timeline

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2016
  • 2015
  • 2014
  • 2013
  • 2012
  • 2011
  • 2010

Player Roster

Active

R C ID Name Role Contract Ends Joined
EU
Spain Werlyb Jorge Casanovas 1Top Laner 2020-11-16 2018-12-20
EU
Poland Selfmade Oskar Boderek 2Jungler 2020-11-16 2018-12-20
KR
South Korea Pirean Choi Jun-sik (최준식) 3Mid Laner 2020-11-16 2018-12-20
EU
Slovenia Crownshot Juš Marušič 4Bot Laner 2020-11-16 2018-12-20
KR
South Korea Dreams Han Min-kook (한민국) 5Support 2020-11-16 2018-12-20
Note: Teams are free to switch players between their LEC and Academy rosters as long as their roster for each game complies with the rules outlined in their respective ERL. Therefore, more players are eligible to start than are listed on this page - we will only list those that do play.

Temporary Subs

R C ID Name Role Replacing Tournament
EU
Greece HungryPanda Nikos Nikolaidis 5Support Denmark Doss Premier Tour 2018/2019 Winter Season Bern Stop - Offline Finals
EU
Germany Pixel Kai Raden 1Top Laner Germany Scarface ESLM 2nd Div 2018 Summer - Week 3
EU
Algeria Kanani Lamine-Lounis Khouani 5Support Denmark Doss
EU
Germany CandyPanda Adrian Wübbelmann 4Bot Laner France YellOwStaR Tales of the Lane
EU
Germany Schabs Thomas Vogel 1Top Laner Germany Kev1n Campus Gaming Party: Berlin
EU
Netherlands Metalx Tom Latour 4Bot Laner France YellOwStaR
EU
Germany SleazyWeazy Benjamin Hiller 2Jungler None IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev

Former

R C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
EU
Germany Phrenic Gerrit Stukemeier 2Jungler SK Gaming Primelogo std.pngSK Gaming Prime 2018-06-152018-06-15 2019-01-222019-01-22
EU
Germany Keduii Tim Willers 4Bot Laner SK Gaming Primelogo std.pngSK Gaming Prime 2018-06-152018-06-15 2019-01-222019-01-22
EU
Denmark Doss Mads Schwartz 5Support SK Gaming Primelogo std.pngSK Gaming Prime 2018-06-152018-06-15 2019-01-222019-01-22
EU
Germany Scarface Daniel Aitbelkacem 1Top Laner Unicorns Of Lovelogo std.pngUnicorns Of Love 2018-06-152018-06-15 2019-01-022019-01-02
EU
Belgium SozPurefect Hicham Tazrhini 3Mid Laner GamersOriginlogo std.pngGamersOrigin 2018-06-152018-06-15 2019-01-012019-01-01
KR
South Korea SuNo An Sun-ho (안순호) 3Mid Laner Nervlogo std.pngNerv 2015-12-092015-12-09 2016-11-062016-11-06
EU
Sweden Vardags Pontus Dahlblom 4Bot Laner Logo std.pngLF:Org 2016-01-072016-01-07 2016-11-062016-11-06
EU
Denmark SezzeR Jonatan Villebro 2Jungler Virtus.prologo std.pngVirtus.pro 2016-04-012016-04-01 2016-11-012016-11-01
EU
Bulgaria Unlimited Petar Georgiev 5Support G2 Esportslogo std.pngG2 Esports 2016-01-072016-01-07 2016-09-122016-09-12
KR
South Korea Ruin Kim Hyeong-min (김형민) 1Top Laner Nervlogo std.pngNerv 2016-05-182016-05-18 2016-08-112016-08-??
EU
Netherlands Morsu Bram Knol 1Top Laner Retiredlogo std.pngRetired 2016-01-072016-01-07 2016-05-182016-05-18
EU
Finland Sleeping Christian Tiensuu 1Sub/Top ROG Schoollogo std.pngROG Esport 2016-01-222016-01-22 2016-05-182016-05-18
EU
Croatia Kellogz Ismar Klokic 2Sub/Jun None 2016-01-222016-01-22 2016-05-182016-05-18
KR
South Korea Dokgo Kim Gyeong-tak (김경탁) 2Jungler DetonatioN Gaminglogo std.pngDetonatioN FocusMe 2015-12-092015-12-09 2016-04-012016-04-01
EU
Estonia beansu Mauno Tälli 1Sub/Top Mousesportlogo std.pngmousesports 2015-01-112015-01-?? 2015-12-112015-12-??
EU
Poland Crykee Paweł Stępień 4Sub/Bot Esports Academylogo std.pngEsports Academy 2015-03-112015-03-?? 2015-12-112015-12-??
EU
Finland Zytan Niklas Lakaniemi 5Sub/Sup 3sUP Enterpriseslogo std.png3sUP Enterprises 2015-01-112015-01-?? 2015-12-112015-12-??
EU
Germany nRated Christoph Seitz 5Sub/Sup Team ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCAT 2014-01-112014-01-11 2015-11-112015-11-??
EU
Germany CandyPanda Adrian Wübbelmann 4Bot Laner Retiredlogo std.pngRetired 2015-05-182015-05-18 2015-11-112015-11-??
EU
Germany NoXiAK Lewis Felix 5Support E-corp Gaminglogo std.pngE-corp Gaming 2015-07-222015-07-22 2015-11-112015-11-??
EU
Sweden Fox Hampus Myhre 3Mid Laner Unicorns Of Lovelogo std.pngUnicorns Of Love 2014-11-242014-11-24 2015-11-182015-11-18
EU
Denmark Svenskeren Dennis Johnsen 2Jungler Team SoloMidlogo std.pngTeam SoloMid 2013-11-022013-11-02 2015-11-082015-11-08
EU
United Kingdom fredy122 Simon Payne 1Top Laner Team ROCCATlogo std.pngTeam ROCCAT 2013-11-022013-11-02 2015-11-032015-11-03
EU
Denmark Obvious Dennis Sørensen 2Sub/Jun Dignitaslogo std.pngTeam Dignitas EU 2015-11-112015-??-?? 2015-11-112015-??-??
EU
Greece FORG1VENGRE Konstantinos Tzortziou 4Bot Laner GambitLogo std.pngGambit Gaming 2014-11-242014-11-24 2015-05-132015-05-13
EU
Denmark Jesiz Jesse Le 3Mid Laner Team Coastlogo std.pngTeam Coast 2013-11-022013-11-02 2014-10-232014-10-23
EU
Czech Republic Mozilla Pavel Klaban 1Sub/Top Team Imaginelogo std.pngTeam Imagine ??? 2014-10-202014-10-20
EU
Sweden Ginsu Jonnie Hansson 2Sub/Jun Retiredlogo std.pngRetired ??? 2014-10-202014-10-20
EU
Denmark Gripex Jesper Terkildsen 2Sub/Jun Denial eSportslogo std.pngDenial eSports EU 2014-02-142014-02-14 2014-10-202014-10-20
EU
Germany CandyPanda Adrian Wübbelmann 4Bot Laner Sklogo std.pngSK Gaming 2012-12-102012-12-10 2014-10-192014-10-19
EU
Germany Gilius Erberk Demir 2Sub/Jun Unicorns Of Lovelogo std.pngUnicorns Of Love 2014-11-112014-??-?? 2014-11-112014-??-??
EU
Spain ocelote Carlos Rodríguez 16Substitute Gamers2logo std.pngGamers2 2010-12-082010-12-08 2013-12-312013-12-31
EU
Germany Nyph Patrick Funke 5Support Alliancelogo std.pngAlliance 2011-06-232011-06-23 2013-12-312013-12-31
EU
Belgium Moopz Amaury Minguerche 16Substitute SHC XDlogo std.pngSUPA HOT CREW 2013-04-122013-04-12 2013-11-022013-11-02
EU
Germany Kev1n Kevin Rubiszewski 1Top Laner Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngNinjas in Pyjamas 2012-01-122012-01-12 2013-09-182013-09-18
EU
France hyrqBot John Velly 2Jungler Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.pngNinjas in Pyjamas 2012-12-102012-12-10 2013-09-182013-09-18
EU
Germany Noonia Kai Gade 16Substitute Sinners Never Sleeplogo std.pngSinners Never Sleep 2013-04-112013-04-?? 2013-05-062013-05-06
EU
France YellOwStaR Bora Kim 4Bot Laner Fnaticlogo std.pngFnatic 2012-07-312012-07-31 2012-12-102012-12-10
EU
Spain Araneae Alvar Martin 2Jungler ALTERNATE aTTaXlogo std.pngALTERNATE aTTaX 2012-07-312012-07-31 2012-11-182012-11-18
EU
Netherlands YoungBuck Joey Steltenpool 1Top Laner Eclypsialogo std.pngEclypsia.Luna 2012-07-092012-07-09 2012-07-202012-07-20
EU
Germany CandyPanda Adrian Wübbelmann 4Bot Laner Mousesportlogo std.pngmousesports 2011-06-232011-06-23 2012-06-202012-06-20
EU
Poland Dedrayon Filip Romejko 2Jungler Mousesportlogo std.pngmousesports 2012-02-122012-02-12 2012-06-202012-06-20
EU
United Kingdom Snoopeh Stephen Ellis 2Jungler CLGlogo2 std.pngCLG Europe 2011-08-242011-08-24 2011-12-202011-12-20
EU
Germany MoMa Maik Wallus 1Top Laner Aaalogo std.pngagainst All authority 2011-11-042011-11-04 2011-11-222011-11-22
EU
Denmark Wickd Mike Petersen 1Top Laner Allogo std.pngAbsolute Legends 2010-12-082010-12-08 2011-10-202011-10-20
EU
Belgium WetDreaM Tim Buysse 2Jungler Allogo std.pngAbsolute Legends 2011-06-232011-06-23 2011-08-242011-08-24
EU
Germany nRated Christoph Seitz 5Sub/Sup Logo std.pngenergy-WAVE 2010-12-082010-12-08 2011-06-232011-06-23
EU
Germany SleazyWeazy Benjamin Hiller 5Support Logixlogo std.pnglogiX 2010-09-162010-09-16 2011-06-232011-06-23
EU
Germany Severus Johannes Lüder 70Mid/Top Logixlogo std.pnglogiX 2010-09-162010-09-16 2011-06-232011-06-23
EU
Denmark LimeLight Asger Karl 3Mid Laner None 2011-04-112011-04-?? 2011-06-232011-06-23
EU
Sweden Farfain Karl Wendt Höjer 2Jungler Tcmlogo std.pngTCM Gaming 2011-04-112011-04-?? 2011-06-232011-06-23
EU
France ALth0r Romain Franzetti 3Mid Laner Aaalogo std.pngagainst All authority 2010-12-082010-12-08 2011-06-232011-06-23
EU
Spain Araneae Alvar Martin 2Jungler Dignitaslogo std.pngTeam Dignitas EU 2010-12-082010-12-08 2011-03-182011-03-18
EU
Sweden Rashaasii Adam Olofsson 1Top Laner None 2010-12-082010-12-08 2011-11-112011-??-??
EU
Germany Awe kek Daniel Pabel 16Substitute None 2010-09-162010-09-16 2010-11-112010-??-??
EU
Denmark Pylat Lars Andersen 16Substitute None 2010-09-162010-09-16 2010-11-112010-??-??
EU
Germany Zylor Christian Dietze 4Bot Laner Gameddelogo std.pngTeam GAMED.DE 2010-09-162010-09-16 2010-11-112010-??-??
EU
Germany Reyk Wai Noch Shum 3Mid Laner Gameddelogo std.pngTeam GAMED.DE 2010-09-162010-09-16 2010-11-112010-??-??
EU
Switzerland Osaft22 Shawn Roger Bourquin 5Support Aaalogo std.pngagainst All authority 2010-09-162010-09-16 2010-11-112010-??-??

Player LCS Participation

Player 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 EU NA Total
Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring Summer Spring
# Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team # Team
                                                           
Kev1n 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Milllogo std.png 28 Milllogo std.png 4 Elementslogo std.png 116 0 116



hyrqBot 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 56 0 56



ocelote 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 56 0 56



CandyPanda 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 130 0 130



Nyph 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Alliancelogo std.png 28 Alliancelogo std.png 10 Elementslogo std.png 10 Elementslogo std.png 132 0 132



Fredy122 28 Aaalogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Team ROCCATlogo std.png 138 0 138



Svenskeren 28 CHWLogo std.png 8 Ninjas in Pyjamaslogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Team SoloMidlogo std.png 41 Team SoloMidlogo std.png 47 Team SoloMidlogo std.png 41 Team SoloMidlogo std.png 18 Cloud9logo std.png 9 Cloud9logo std.png 16 Cloud9logo std.png 128 190 318



Jesiz 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 8 Team Coastlogo std.png 36 Fnaticlogo std.png 29 Fnaticlogo std.png 2 Misfits Gaminglogo std.png 123 8 131



nRated 28 Fnaticlogo std.png 10 Fnaticlogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 28 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 130 0 130



Fox 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 18 Unicorns Of Lovelogo std.png 36 FC Schalke 04 Esportslogo std.png 90 0 90



Forg1ven 28 CHWLogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 16 GambitLogo std.png 18 H2k-Gaminglogo std.png
4
4
OGH2kOrigenH2k.png
88 0 88
Werlyb 18 Giants Gaminglogo std.png 18 Giants Gaminglogo std.png 2 Fnaticlogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 56 0 56



Selfmade 18 Sklogo std.png 18 0 18



Pirean 15 Team Impulselogo std.png 41 Phoenix1logo std.png
7
21
NVP1NVP1.png
18 Sklogo std.png 18 84 102
Crownshot 18 Sklogo std.png 18 0 18



Dreams 28 Mysterious Monkeyslogo std.png 18 Sklogo std.png 46 0 46



For a full chart listing all LCS players, click here.
Only regular season games are listed. Last update: after Spring 2019

Organization

Current

C ID Name Position
Germany TheSlasH Alexander T. Müller-Rodic CEO
JPW Jens Wundenberg COO
Germany Bernhard Schindlbeck CFO
Germany Martin Marquardt CGO
Hauke-Henning Horst Account Manager
Curlychan Irena Pencheva Editor-in-Chief
Portugal Ana da Silva Silveira Head of Social Media
Germany Velafee Kimberly Hess Head of Content
Germany misterlalilu René Spanier General Manager
Israel Brokenshard Ram Djemal 70Head Coach
Germany Sheepy Fabian Mallant 70Coach
Romania Realistik Andrei Ruse 70Analyst

Former

C ID Name Position Next Team
Germany evzhuh Evgeniya Waldner Account Manager None
Netherlands Gevous Fayan Pertijs 70Coach SuperMassive eSportslogo std.pngSuperMassive eSports
Germany Material Boy Lukas Schenke Head Coach None
Germany Wolle Wolfgang Landes Analyst Origenlogo std.pngOrigen
Germany Arvindir Danusch Fischer Analyst Splycelogo std.pngSplyce
United Kingdom InnerFlame Joe Elouassi 70Managing Coach Gamers2logo std.pngGamers2
Denmark Incarnati0n Nicolaj Jensen 70Head Coach Cloud9logo std.pngCloud9
South Korea reis Ko Min-sik (고민식) Head of Team and Player Management None

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
SK Gaming Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2019-03-300050065 - 6€10,000LEC logo small.png LEC 2019 Spring Playoffs
1 : 3Splycelogo std.pngSPY

 Werlyb,
 Selfmade,
 Pirean,
 Crownshot,
 Dreams,
 Realistik
2019-03-160060006LEC logo small.png LEC 2019 Spring
9 - 9Blanklogo std.pngRR

 Werlyb,
 Selfmade,
 Pirean,
 Crownshot,
 Dreams,
 Sheepy,
 Brokenshard,
 Realistik
2018-12-160030043 - 4€3,000Esl de.png ESLM 2018 Winter Playoffs
1 : 2Mousesportlogo std.pngmouz

 Scarface,
 Phrenic,
 SozPurefect,
 Keduii,
 Doss,
 Brokenshard
2018-12-030030003€1,000Summoners Inn Leaguelogo std.png Summoner's Inn League - Season 1 Playoffs
1 : 3EURONICS Gaminglogo std.pngESG

 Scarface,
 Phrenic,
 SozPurefect,
 Keduii,
 Doss,
 Brokenshard
2018-11-280020002Esl de.png ESLM 2018 Winter
14 - 4Blanklogo std.pngRR

 Scarface,
 Phrenic,
 SozPurefect,
 Keduii,
 Doss,
 HungryPanda,
 Brokenshard
2018-11-200020002€700Summoners Inn Leaguelogo std.png Summoner's Inn League Season 1
6 - 4Blanklogo std.pngRR

 Scarface,
 Phrenic,
 SozPurefect,
 Keduii,
 HungryPanda,
 Doss,
 Brokenshard
2018-11-180020002€8,000Premier Tour 2018logo std.png Premier Tour 2018/2019 Winter Vienna
0 : 3Mousesportlogo std.pngmouz

 Scarface,
 Phrenic,
 SozPurefect,
 Keduii,
 Doss,
 Brokenshard
2018-10-140020002€8,000Premier Tour 2018logo std.png Premier Tour 2018/2019 Winter Bern
1 : 3EURONICS Gaminglogo std.pngESG

 Scarface,
 Phrenic,
 SozPurefect,
 Keduii,
 Doss,
 HungryPanda,
 Brokenshard
2018-08-250020002€8,000Premier Tour 2018logo std.png Premier Tour 2018 Summer Gamescom
0 : 3EURONICS Gaminglogo std.pngESG

 Scarface,
 Phrenic,
 SozPurefect,
 Keduii,
 Doss
2018-08-140050005€550Summoners Inn Leaguelogo std.png Summoner's Inn League - Season 0.5
4 - 6Blanklogo std.pngRR

 Scarface,
 Phrenic,
 SozPurefect,
 Keduii,
 Doss
Total Prize: EUR 39,250

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  2. WCG 2010 Tournament Brackets wcg.com
  3. SK Gaming adds new League of Legends team sk-gaming.com
  4. A turbulent week for the SK LoL team sk-gaming.com
  5. SK.LoL announce new line-up sk-gaming.com
  6. IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Cologne "esl-world.net"
  7. SK.LoL with line-up change sk-gaming.com
  8. IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Guanghzou "esl-world.net"
  9. SK.LoL confirm their line-up for IEM Kiev sk-gaming.com
  10. IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev "esl-world.net"
  11. SK.LoL announce their new Jungler sk-gaming.com
  12. SK.LoL with a Line-up change!? sk-gaming.com
  13. SK.LoL transforms its line-up sk-gaming.com
  14. [EPIC] Best Backdoor EVER full action IEM KATOWICE Fnatic vs SK youtube.com
  15. aAa Disqualified, SK LCS spot secured]
  16. Introducing SK Gaming's LCS Roster for 2015 skgaming.com
  17. Sources: Riot accepts final EU LCS applications espn.com
  18. Take a closer look at the LEC eu.lolesports.com
  19. SozPurefect's Tweez twitter.com
  20. Scarface's Tweet twitter.com
  21. EU GCD Archive - 8 January Diff
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  23. Brokenshard Takes on LEC Head Coach Role sk-gaming.com
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  40. FORG1VEN joins Gambit gambit-gaming.com
  41. Lukas Schenke takes on LCS head coach position sk-gaming.com
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  44. H2k and TSM Situation twitlonger.com
  45. Unicorns Of Love's Facebook Post facebook.com
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  47. SK Gaming sign with Christoph 'nRated' Seitz sk-gaming.com
  48. Gripex's Facebook Post facebook.com
  49. In Win and SK Gaming Announce Partnership sk-gaming.com
  50. Introducing SK Gaming by Mionix sk-gaming.com
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  54. HyrqBot's Tweet twitter.com
  55. SK releases Kev1n and hyrqbot - join NiP sk-gaming.com
  56. Kev1n Facebook Statement facebook.com
  57. New LoL Roster for SK Gaming sk-gaming.com
  58. Nyph talking his past in SK and the departure youtube.com
  59. Wrapping up 2013 sk-gaming.com
  60. SK.LoL confirm their line-up sk-gaming.com
  61. SK.LoL announce their new Jungler sk-gaming.com
  62. SK.LoL with a Line-up change!? sk-gaming.com
  63. So now that me and Dedra left.... reddit.com
  64. SK.LoL transforms its line-up sk-gaming.com
  65. YoungBuck Facebook Statement facebook.com
  66. ocelote Ask Me Anything reddit.com
  67. Summoners Recap: Ocelote official statement on SK and Araneae youtube.com
  68. oceloteWorld Reddit Comment reddit.com
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  72. Wickd has decided to leave SK.LoL sk-gaming.com
  73. SK.LoL welcome MoMa to their ranks sk-gaming.com
  74. MoMa steps down from SK.LoL sk-gaming.com
  75. SK.LoL Snoopeh leaves SK.LoL to sign for CLG.eu sk-gaming.com
  76. SK Gaming adds LoL team sk-gaming.com
  77. SK Gaming adds new League of Legends team sk-gaming.com