SK Gaming has announced goodbye to Lilipp. The 20-year-old German player has been in the organization since December 2020, having moved to the main squad just five months ago.
“Thank you for showing yourself in difficult times and performing superbly on the big European stage! We look forward to our next meeting,” theorganization tweeted.
Lilipp joined SK Gaming Prime last December after playing a decent season with OP innogy eSport. Together with the academy team, the 20-year-old German player took sixth place in the Prime League Spring 2021, and also got into the TOP-4 at Prime League Summer 2021. In the summer of 2021, the player was pulled up to the main team. However, the team flopped at LEC Summer 2021, finishing in ninth place and failing to qualify for the 2021 World Championship.
Let's remind that recently the team also said goodbye to the head coach Jesiz. In addition, TynX left SK Gaming in September and moved to the Axolotl camp.
From now on, the SK Gaming roster is as follows:
- Tom (assistant coach).