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League Of Legends Player Rekkles Explains Why He Decided To Join G2 Esports And Leave Fnatic



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24-year-old Swedish League Of Legends player Martin Larsson, known as “Rekkles,” had been playing under Fnatic jersey for over five years. In his career, he earned over $400.000 from the events.

The roster shuffle started with the announcement from Cloud9, they decided to bench Nisqy, and then agreed with Perkz from G2 Esports. Afterward, G2 Esports signed Fnatic’s long-time AD carry player Rekkless.

After he joined G2 Esports, Rekkles decided to make an interview with the organization and answered the most wondered questions about him and explained why he decided to join G2 Esports during this interview.

In the conversation, Rekkles mentioned that whenever he tried to get a trophy, G2 Esports was in his way and said that he realized they will be always in his way between the trophy. Because of that, he wanted to increase his chances to get a trophy and win the Worlds by joining G2 Esports.

Also, Rekkles stated that G2 Esports is a perfect place to be if you want to win trophies and liked the ambition of the organization to be on top all time. Moreover, he praised the talents of Caps and Jankos and showed how excited he is to play with them.

Interviewer asked:

“So first question that comes to every fan’s mind is why such a big change and why did you choose G2 as your new home?”

Here is what Rekkles said:

“For me it was basically crystal clear. The last couple of times I tried to get a trophy, G2 were always in my way. At some point, I realized that they are probably always going to be in my way. So since I would like to have a couple of trophies as well and I would love to increase my chance of winning Worlds, I think G2 is the perfect place to be.

I feel like their ambition to, just always be on top of things, ever since they joined the LEC or the LCS back in 2016, they have always been, in some way or another, just a really good team and a really good brand…

It also feels like a lot of fun to be able to play with Caps again… Also, I played with Jankos at two All-stars and I had a really good impression of him when we played together there.I always wanted to see how it would be to play together with him on a team.”

You can check out the full interview below.

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