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SK Gaming returns to Rocket League

The organisation is back in the scene for the first time since 2016.

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A few days ago, we reported on a tease by SK Gaming that suggested the organisation would in fact be making an appearance in the competitive Rocket League scene. Now, we know that that tease was in fact true, as SK has officially revealed its Rocket League line-up.

After having an involvement in the scene back in 2015-2016, the organisation has returned to the popular sports title with a new roster that consists of three players and a coach. Here is the team:


  • Maurice 'Yukeo' Weihs

  • Damian 'Tox' Schaefer

  • Dylan 'eekso' Pickering

And, Nicolai 'Snaski' Andersen as the coach.

"It's been a few years since we've scored goals with cars, and when the opportunity arose to sign this team, we really wanted to get back into the game again," said SK's CGO Martin Marquardt. "The Rocket League community is one of the most vibrant ones out there and we look forward to not only competing, but also to bring the fans entertainment on a new level."

The team actually competed this weekend for the first time at the RLCS Season X - Spring: European Major this past weekend, making it all the way to the semi-finals.

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