Wickd and MrRallez form team with likely Challenger aspirations

Rasmus “MrRallez” Skinneholm and Mike “Wickd” Petersen could be joining together to take on the Challenger Series

Rasmus “MrRallez” Skinneholm and Mike “Wickd” Petersen could be joining together to take on the Challenger Series.

Out of contention for the League Championship Series Summer Split, the two players have created a team named “team brun sovs” on the ranked team ladder. They appear to be holding tryouts to fill the rest of the roster as they attempt to qualify for the Summer Challenger Series qualifier.

With Petersen in the top lane, it looks like Matti “Whiteknight” Sormunen and the player currently second on the solo queue ladder simply known as “BetongJocke” could be competing for the jungle spot. Copenhagen Wolves Academy mid laner Sofyan “CozQ” Rechchad is on the roster alongside former Gamers 2 and current Millenium player Jérémy “Eika” Valdenaire.

Skinneholm looks to be the only contender at the AD Carry position, while three different players on the teams roster are support players. Daniel “Wendelbo” Wendelbro, Lewis “Noxiak” Felix, and Oskar “G0DFRED” Lundström are all on the lineup. Only BetongJocke, Lundström, Wendelbro, and Rechchad have featured alongside Petersen and Skinneholm thus far.

Petersen confirmed on his stream today that he would not be featuring for Elements next split after reports surfaced that he was likely to be leaving the team. Skinneholm, on the other hand has remained silent. It seems, however, that the Meet Your Makers lineup has dissolved. After mid laner Marcin ‘Kori’ Wolski announced his free agency, along with coach Mimer “Mimer” Ahlstrom. Jesper “Jwaow” Strandgren and support player Felix have been reportedly trying out for various LCS outfits.

With all the members seemingly free agents, it’s likely the team will attempt to qualify for the Summer Challenger Series. The team has publicly discussed plans to climb the ladder and make the qualifiers Lundström’s stream. The top five teams from the EUW and EUNE server will be drawn into a qualifier, in which the top two will progress to the next Challenger Series split. This new lineup has until May 18. to get into position. 

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