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SK Gaming’s Lilipp Talks About His Relationship With Treatz



Philipp “Lilipp” Englert is a 20-year-old German League Of Legends player who has been representing SK Gaming for over six months. But, he was firstly playing on the academy roster.

However, SK Gaming decided to make roster changes for the LEC Summer 2021, and they parted ways with their jungler Kristian “TynX” Hansen. But, they couldn’t find any great replacement for him, so the organization decided to put their support player Erik “Treatz” Wessén to the jungle role.

After trying out their head coach for the support role, they promoted Lilipp to the main roster. During a recent interview with, Lilipp talked about his relationship with the former support player of the team, Treatz.

In the conversation, Lilipp mentioned that Treatz is actually helping him out for most of the time, and they even check out the VOD’s to discuss what Lilipp could do better in some of the positions.

Furthermore, Lilipp pointed out that even though he is being vocal in-game, Treatz is the shot-caller of the team right now. Also, Lilipp said that he is more focusing on getting the experience on which calls are better.

Interviewer asked:

“How’s your relationship with current jungler Treatz, since he was the previous support? Does he actively give you a lot of pointers and advice?”

Lilipp replied:

“He definitely is. For example, in scrims when something bad happens or a play doesn’t pan out, we go into VOD reviews after the games and he shows me when I should engage or what combo I should use.

If I’m playing on Alistar for example, he discusses with me if I should Flash + combo or W into Flash + Q. We are actively talking about engage timings during and after games.”

Interviewer asked:

“Treatz was also known to be very vocal in shotcalling when he was the starting support, is this a role you’re trying to fit in as well?”

Lilipp replied:

“Treatz is still doing a lot of the shotcalling, I’m more focused on getting the experience of which calls are good and which ones are not at this level. I’m vocal in LEC games but Treatz is still the one doing most of it, and I’m just trying to learn as much as I can from him.”

Further in the conversation, Lilipp also mentioned that it is so import how much experience he could gain from playing in LEC and stated that he wants to learn as much as possible during this period.

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