Jankos: League of Legends' pride of Poland
Long gone are the glory days of the 2016 World Championship and after an underwhelming 2017, H2K went back to the drawing board to rethink what they were going to need to win. Unfortunately for them, the team they settled on to start 2018 wasn’t the answer as they repeatedly were blown off the Rift.
But a couple of roster changes shook up their fortunes and got the organization back on track. They put the rough start of 2018 behind them and rallied all the way into the 2018 EU LCS Spring Playoffs. They eventually fell, but it was a turning point for a team that looked destined to fail from the outset. This time around, they’re aiming to avoid their past mistakes and make a glorious return to prominence after what was nearly an irrecoverable downfall.