pr0lly re-signs with H2k

Esports Asia News
H2k-Gaming has re-signed Head Coach Neil “pr0lly” Hammad to the team for the 2017 season, the organization announced Friday. “I’m really excited about the roster, especially because it’s the first time for most of these players to be on the same team so I’ll be able to mold the team from the ground up,” pr0lly said in the announcement. “Working with new minds is extremely important for my coaching style, and I’m excited to work towards playing the game correctly. It’s fun to be with H2K since I was there from the beginning and was able to grow with the org through all the triumphs and fails. Choosing to sign for a third year is just a reflection of the fact that we both value hard work and loyalty.” pr0lly originally joined H2K as a coach in Dec. 2014, guiding the team to an appearance at the 2015 World Championship, where H2K were eliminated in the group stage with a 2-4 record. In the 2016 season, pr0lly and H2K made appeared in the semifinals of both the spring and summer playoffs, but failed to qualify for the finals in either case. Due to having the highest Championship points in Europe, H2K qualified for the 2016 World Championship, where they managed to improve upon their previous performance by securing the first seed in Group C. H2K would later sweep Albus NoX Luna 3-0 in the quarterfinals, but were eliminated by Samsung Galaxy in the semifinals to finish Worlds in 3rd-4th place. H2K recently completed their roster for the upcoming spring season with the signing of former SBENU Sonicboom AD carry Sin “Nuclear” Jeong-hyeon and former Jin Air Green Wings support Choi “Chei” Sun-ho on Dec. 14. Former Fnatic mid laner Fabien “Febiven” Diepstraten joined H2K on Dec. 1, while both top laner Andrei “Odoamne” Pascu and jungler Marcin “Jankos” Jankowski re-signed contracts with the team in November.

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