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LoL Esports: SK Gaming organises charity stream for Ukraine

Published: 12:23, 17 March 2022
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SK Gaming is organising a four-hour long event that will feature matches that consist of League of Legends pros and casters but they will all be off-role.

League of Legends esports scene continues to support Ukraine in its attempts to fend off the invasion and the latest event is organised by SK Gaming. The organisation has formed four teams who will go up against each other on March 18, 2022, from 12:00 PM (noon) PT / 8:00 PM CET to 4:00 PM PT / 00:00 (midnight) CET.

The teams will consist of pro players and LoL celebrities, with each of them playing a role they are not used to.

Rosters on each team are as follows:

  • Team A
    • Treatz
    • Chazz
    • Vedius
    • xMatty
    • Dajor
  • Team B
    • Sertuss
    • Practice
    • Odoamne
    • Shlatan
    • Proxyfox
  • Team C
    • Jenax
    • Pabu
    • Hiiva
    • Zanzarah
    • Unforgiven
  • Team D
    • HiRit
    • Kobbe
    • Trymbi
    • Tifa
    • KaSing

All of the matches will be broadcast via Troubleinc Twitch channel as she will be one of the shout casters, the other one being Medic. Considering this is not a high-stakes tournament, it's to be expected the commentary will be lighter in the mood.

That said, the showmatch is a fundraiser for humanitarian aid in Ukraine and if you wish to donate , you can do so through the provided link.

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LEC is still on the break before the play-offs start next week and LCS will start on March 19, so you won't be missing out on any serious LoL esports action if you tune in to the charity stream. 

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