SK Gaming Announces Roster Changes for Season 4

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SK Gaming Announces Roster Changes for Season 4

With the new LCS season approaching fast and the upcoming promotion match in December, SK Gaming announce a new roster for their League of Legends division. The new team will have their first official appearance at the Red Bull Wings Academy event today live at ESL TV.

Cologne, 2nd November 2013. With the new LCS season approaching fast and the upcoming promotion match in December, SK Gaming announce a new roster for their League of Legends division. The new team will have their first official appearance at the Red Bull Wings Academy event today in Cologne, Germany, broadcasted live by ESL TV.

After testing several possibilities in the past two months, the new captain of the team, Patrick ‘Nyph‘ Funke will start preparation immediately with three new additions. As the new top laner, Simon ‘freddy122‘ Payne will show his skills in the upcoming weeks and work very closely with SK’s new jungler, Dennis ‘Svenskeren‘ Johnsen. Joining those two LCS approved players is the new midlaner Jesiz, 17 years young, who is the newcomer on the roster. And of course, Nyph will be accompanied by Adrian ‘Candy Panda‘ Wübbelmann on the bot lane.

All players have arrived in Cologne over the last three days and moved into the gaming house already. The first matches are in the books and with their official appearance today at the Red Bull Wings Academy they will try to prove themselves as a viable LCS contestant for the 2014 season in the upcoming weeks.

The new roster also means that Carlos ‘Ocelote‘ Rodríguez Santiago will be a substitute player for SK Gaming till the end of the year.

SK Gaming’s League of Legends division:

DE Patrick ‘Nyph’ Funke
DE Adrian ‘Candy Panda’ Wübbelmann
UK Simon ‘fredy122’ Payne
DK Jesse ‘Jesiz’ Le
DK Dennis ‘Svenskeren’ Johnsen
ES Carlos ‘ocelote’ Rodríguez Santiago

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