In a statement published on ESL's website, the Korean went on to say that the team would not be competing until the game is balanced in their eyes: "We have decided to withdraw our participation from all competitions for the time being until these imbalance issues are rectified."
It has already been confirmed that SK.US will be running with a deathknight themselves and the chances of them being the only team to do so are slim. Although Lee's feelings are echoed by many in the WoW community, kill e A's loss is definitely SK's gain.
SK manager, Min-Sik 'reis' Ko, was naturally delighted by the opportunity: "This event is going to be awesome because SK got all three WoW teams there and the Korean guys are really excited about going to Germany."
With three teams attending the event in Hanover next month, Ko was optimistic about SK's chances: "My prediction is 1st - 3rd place - all SK!"
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