North American esports organization Cloud9 has announced changes to its League of Legends roster, signing Svenskeren as a substitute. Recall that the 26-year-old Danish esportsman has already played for the team in the period from 2017 to 2019.
The Danish player appeared on the professional scene back in 2011. At the same time, Svenskeren spent most of his career in North American clubs, including Team SoloMid and Cloud9. Together with the latter, the 26-year-old Dane had the best period of his career, hitting the top three at the 2018 World Championship, Rift Rivals 2019: NA vs EU and LCS Summer 2019.
Svenskeren spent the last two and a half seasons with Evil Geniuses, with whom he took third place at LCS Spring 2020 and LCS Lock-In 2021, and also made it to the TOP 6 at LCS Summer 2020, LCS Spring 2021 and LCS Summer 2021.
Currently, Cloud9 continues its performances within the LCS Spring 2022. At the same time, following the results of 13 rounds, the team secured a place in the championship playoffs, having won 11 wins.
From now on Cloud9's League of Legends roster is as follows:
- Svenskeren (substitute).
- Max Waldo, Veigar v2 (coaching staff).