Speculation about the player’s future has been rampant after he was spotted practicing with ROCCAT, who, for their part, are looking to fill gaps in their roster ahead of the next LCS split. The team recently announced it would remove top-laner Marcin “Xaxus” Maczka and AD carry Paweł “Celaver” Koprianiuk. Pruski is the top choice on a very small shortlist, in part because the team communicates in Polish. He faces competition from Millenium marksman Jakub “Creaton” Grzegorzewski, another Polish player seen duo queueing with ROCCAT support Oskar “VandeR” Bogdan.
Wherever Pruski ends up, he almost certainly won’t be part of Copenhagen Wolves next season, the team’s managing director, Jakob Lund Kristensen, told the Daily Dot. He also hinted at even bigger changes for the team on the horizon. In particular, Kristensen said, the Wolves would not be extending any player contracts.
“With a 2014 season that will mainly be remembered by our trips to the relegation we are obviously looking to make some drastic changes in our approach,¨ he said.
I am absolutely convinced that our players possessed the personal skill levels to be a competitive team and that ending eighth is indicative of other problems. We are currently in the process of evaluating how we can elevate not only our team but also our entire organization which means that currently no contracts will be extended. We do realize there is the potential for losing a player of such a high quality as Woolite but we are confident that once our approach is settled, we can build a team worthy of the LCS.”
ROCCAT management declined to comment on the potential transfer.