Senior AD train Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen is ready for its best flight League of Legends Sources told Dot Esports at the LCS 2022 Summer Split that the European star will rejoin Cloud9’s starting roster by changing bot line roles. This move was first presented as an opportunity Upcoming by on April 26.
The Danish star has not played regularly since the 2021 World Cup, when Cloud9 was knocked out in the quarter-finals after a short run at the LCS 2022 Lock In.
Zwen’s promotion to the top list has not stopped since Cloud9 withdrew from the playoffs earlier this month. The 24-year-old player, who has been professional AD transport for more than 9 years, plays an important supporting role during the mid-season break.
With this move, Jonah “Ailes” Rosario and Kim “Vinsome” Don-Keon lose their basic roles on the team. Zven has an import status, but the buyback of Nicolaj “Jensen” by C9 – first reported on April 29 – solves the problem.
As previously reported, Abraham “Faj” Alam returns to the top row. The chairs are provided by Robert “Blair” Huang and Kim “Berserker” Min-Cheol.
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Zwen joined C9 in November 2019 following ADC’s departure from TSM. Veteran Daniel won two championships with the Blue Organizer in the spring of 2020 and 2021 – the second being called the mid-season showdown. During his four movements in the composition, Zven Made All-Pro first team three times And threw four five-pointed stars.
Before moving to NA in late 2017, the star left a legacy in Europe. The 24-year-old actress appeared on stage together with Niels on behalf of Niels. He reached the world semifinals in 2015 with OG before joining G2 Esports after the split. There he won four consecutive EU LCS titles and lost to Faker’s SK Telecom T1 in the grand final of the 2017 Mid-Season Contest.
During his brief stint with Cloud9 during the North American preseason, Zven said: Inven Global He believes he is “still an LCS level player”.
“Thank you to those who believed in me,” he said. “I’m not on Twitter or Reddit these days, but I’m really thankful that there are good people out there who support and follow me, so thank you. I hope this year I can help improve C9 as a whole, even when I’m not playing.
Zven continued: “I think the C9 can reach new heights. I really believe in this organization, this team and this project. This year, the process may be better than ever. †
Source: Dot Esports
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