SK gaming made an unfortunate declaration today that the organization is no longer in association with the Brawl Stars players Achille Baiche and Magnus Yde Nielsen. The announcement was made through a video wrought with raw emotions to bid a warm farewell to the greatest gamer duo ever. The video played the highlights of Yde and Achille and focused on their achievements of this year. SK Gaming conveyed heartfelt gratitude to the players and wished them the very best for their future gaming endeavors.
The organization has, nonetheless, decided to retain Mustafa Ibrahim and head Coach Pedro Guijarro. The organization established Brawl Stars in March 2020, and since then, the team has earned a decent count of accolades throughout the year, even amid the pandemic. The Brawl Stars team had had a fulfilling year in association with SK Gaming, especially during the Brawl Stars Championship monthly finals when the team bagged back-to-back qualifications. Apart from performing par excellence with a smooth consistency, the team of Brawl Stars at SK Gaming was also successful in securing the third and final European Seed at the Brawl Stars World Finals 2020.
SK Gaming lost to the world champions PSG Esports at the World Champions and had to drop out of the competition at the semi-final round. However, the fans of SK Gaming need not feel disappointed as the organization is about to drop bigger and more fabulous esports event plans for 2021. The 2021 Championships of Brawl Stars will span across seven regions, including North America, Europe, China, East Asia, SESA, EECA, and South America. The top-scoring teams shall compete at Brawl Stars World Finals 2021 to grab the lion’s share of the final championship prize pool and the prestigious World Champion titles.