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Cinkrof joins struggling EU LoL side Origen

Hiiva has moved on though.

Those who follow League of Legends EU Championship Series (EU LCS) will know that Origen aren't doing particularly well right now, sitting at the bottom of Group B with no wins and seven losses to their name. Something needed changing, then, and that something came in the form of the transfer of Jacob "Cinkrof" Rokicki, as announced on the team's Twitter.

Cinkrof used to play for Spanish side Baskonia Esports, and is pretty much the nail in the coffin for Kim "Wisdom" Tae-Wan, one of the many players who have failed to impress in the Spring Split, another being Aleksi "Hiiva" Kaikkonen who, as confirmed via Facebook, is no longer with the team (Riot's contract database indicates he's joined Misfits).

With these dramatic roster changes, Enrique "xPeke" Cedeño Martínez has been forced to return to the lineup to support, and may well do so for the long term if replacements aren't acquired. What more needs to be done to reverse Origen's fortunes?

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