Jesiz returned to active play before the start of LEC’s summer season, while Erik “Treatz” Wessén took over the jungle role. This move didn’t turn out to be successful, as SK lost all five LEC games in week 1 and week 2.
It looks like Treatz being in the jungle isn’t the problem, although he was one of the best LEC support players. The Swede was nominated for the Rookie of the Split award last spring.
"While the prior changes we made had the desired effect of improving the team’s early gameplay style, we have been lacking in the other areas of the game," we can read in the organization’s statement.
The team reassures its fans that Lilipp is already practising with the rest of the roster. “I am really nervous, but I’m confident that I can improve a lot. I will try to be the best support possible for my team,” he said on social media.
Englert will make his LEC debut this upcoming Friday, in the match versus the current champions, MAD Lions.
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