By the end of the first week of LCS EU Summer Kévin "Shaunz" Ghanbarzadeh moved in to our gaming house to begin his two-week trial as our Head Coach. Kévin stood out the most among over 150 candidates who applied for this position.

More info: Shaunz on a Two-Week Trial as Gambit's Head Coach

Going into the second week of EU LCS we were at the bottom of the table alongside SK Gaming with 0 wins and 2 losses. As neither of us managed to secure a victory once again, both teams are still at the bottom with 0 wins and 4 losses. Not for long though, since one of us will grab a victory in an upcoming confrontation.

LCS EU Summer Week Three:
Thursday, 22:00 CEST Rossia Gambit vs Dania Wolves
Friday, 21:00 CEST Rossia Gambit vs Germania SK

Kévin "Shaunz" Ghanbarzadeh on H2k:
"Overall, we spent the previous week improving our strategic plans and making sure that we know how to make the best use of the resources we have at a given point of time during a game. We want to get better day after day and decrease a number of mistakes that we make.
We went for an unconventional setup with Volibear Jungle, Fizz Mid and Ashe AD Carry. It worked for is in scrims, therefore we felt confident going into the game. Unfortunately, we mismanaged our lane control early into the game and were punished for that by H2k, who took the lead and never let go off it."

Kévin "Shaunz" Ghanbarzadeh on Fnatic:
"We knew that we were facing the strongest team in Europe, therefore we tried to outpick them in the champion select to feel confident on the rift. I think that we managed the draft well. Besides, players were able to pressure Fnatic with proper rotations and good movement all around the map, even when we were behind. The loss came down to two rotations, when Fnatic got the outer mid turret and the inner top turret. Even though our composition was really strong and the fights were close, Fnatic came out on top due to a better execution."