In a TwitLonger, Team Vitality’s Jungler Erberk “Gilius” Demir (21) explained that due to Mateusz “Kikis” Szkudlarek (22) being such a good fit for the team, he got the green light from Team Vitality to explore new options moving forward.
Gilius continued that he had “some issues within the team, I saw the game in a different way and there were many disagreements and we decided to get in Kikis and thought it could help us getting a better grasp of the game and increasing our value of practice.”
Ever since Week 6 of EU LCS, Kikis had been Vitality’s starting Jungler instead of Gilius. Since then, the team has won 6 out of 7 games in the EU LCS. Team Vitality is looking at grabbing a Bye to playoffs today by beating G2 Esports. After the first match day of week six in the 2018 EU LCS Summer Split, Team Vitality is sitting on the fourth spot (11W – 6L) behind Fnatic (13W – 4L), Schalke 04 (12W – 5L), and G2 Esports (12W – 5L).