SK Gaming

[e][h]SK Gaming
Team Information
Location:
Links
Solo Achievements
IEM Season VI - World ChampionshipRed Bull Battlegrounds: Austin
History
Created:
2010-08-07
Disbanded:
2013-12-31


SK Gaming is one of the oldest names in electronic sports, based out of Germany and best known for its Counter-Strike successes. SK Gaming consists of the following divisions:

  • League of Legends
  • StarCraft II
  • Quake III
  • Heroes of the Storm
  • Rocket League
  • Sports

History[edit]

  • December 30th, MC leaves the team.[1]
  • December 31st, SK's team manager, Min-Sik "reis" Ko, leaves the organization.[2]
  • January 9th, SK Gaming announces the recruitment of Terran players Jimmy "Jimpo" Wölfinger and Hun "inuh" Park.[5]
  • January 12th, SK Gaming announces the departure of MaDFroG.[6]
  • March 12th, SK Gaming announces the recruitment of protoss player Johannes Sabroe "Joe" Witt.[7]
  • July 4th, SK Gaming releases the European roster of inuh, Jimpo and Joe.[8]
  • July 15th, SK Gaming announces a partnership with Old Generations, giving joint sponsorship of players Min Chul "MC" Jang and Yoon Yeol "NaDa" Lee.[9]
  • November 16th, SK.SC2 Assistant Manager Samuel "DarthBotto" Horton announces his departure from SK Gaming.[10]
  • August 7th, SK Gaming begins its StarCraft II division with the acquisition of former top-tier Warcraft III undead player Fredrik "MaDFroG" Johansson.[11]

Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

Former Players
IDNameJoin DateLeave DateNew Team
GermanyinuhHun Park2011-01-092011-07-04 Alien Invasion
SwedenJimpoJimmy Wölfinger2011-01-092011-06-04 inFerno eSports
DenmarkJoeJohannes Sabroe Witt2011-03-122011-06-04 Retirement
SwedenMaDFroGFredrik Johansson2010-08-072011-01-12 Retirement
Korea (South)MCJang Min-chul2012-01-132013-12-30 Trig Esports

Organization[edit]

ID Name Position
GermanyGermany TheSlaSH Alexander T. Müller-Rodic Managing Director

Former[edit]

ID Name New Team
KORSouth Korea P reis Min-Sik Ko
USAUSA T DarthBotto Samuel Horton Evil Geniuses

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