MaDFroG and SK Gaming Part Ways

BY Andrew Miesner / January 12, 2011

In an announcement made this morning by SK Gaming via their website, the organization has released Fredrik “MaDFroG” Johansson from their SC2 roster, only days after announcing the addition of both Jimmy “jimpo” Wölfinger and Hun “inuh” Park.

Johansson, who current plays as a Zerg, has yet to find his feet in the Starcraft II realm after transferring to the game following an impressive career in Warcraft 3.

Timothy Ellersiek, the head of team and player management at SK Gaming, had this to say regarding the announcement:


Unfortunately, we have to part ways with Fredrik, due to some circumstances which won’t allow a fertile fundament for both parties to work on in 2011. We had a blast having the legendary MaDFroG back on board for the last six months, but as things have turned out, we won’t be able to prolong Fredrik’s contract for this New Year. We want to thank MaDFroG for his efforts and achievements as being our first SC2 player we adopted into our roster and wish him all the best for his SC2 future.


The move leaves SK Gaming’s SC2 roster with only their latest 2 pickups.

 SK Gaming StarCraft 2

Jimmy “jimpo” Wölfinger
Hun “inuh” Park