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Team Liquid League Of Legends Player Jensen: “We Should Be Able To Win LCS Easily”



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Nicolaj Jensen, known as “Jensen,” is a 26-year-old Danish League Of Legends player who has been playing under Team Liquid jersey for over two years. Previously, he was playing for Cloud9.

Jensen spoke in a recent interview with Inven Global and talked about the new roster of Team Liquid and what is his expectation from the roster in the new season.

In the conversation, Jensen stated that his expectation is to win LCS this year, and they should be able to do that easily. But actually, Jensen mentioned that he doesn’t really think about winning the LCS, instead, he is focused on winning the Worlds.

Interviewer asked:

“What is your expectation for what the team can do, specifically based on the coaching and player changes you made this offseason?”

Here is what Jensen said:

“I’m expecting us to win NA, I think we should be able to do that pretty easily. But my expectations are just about our international play mainly. I’m not really thinking too much about the competition here in NA, so that’s really just what I’m thinking about, and I just want us to be able to win Worlds.

That’s really it honestly. I’ve been playing for quite some time now, and that’s the one thing I want that I haven’t gotten yet.”

Interviewer asked:

“It seems like the LCS is going to be another top-heavy region again with two or three teams that seem solidly above the rest. What does that do for the region, and are you concerned at all about the level of play you’ll have in the regular season to prepare you for Worlds?”

Jensen replied:

“It’s hard to say, but ideally, you have a region where all teams are super competitive or at least a few really, really good teams. But that was something we didn’t have this year which kind of sucks, right? We had C9 in Spring, but honestly, the truth is there were no good teams in Summer Split in NA. This must’ve been the worst that NA has looked in Summer Split. I’m just hopeful that next year we’ll have a competitive region. It definitely makes it harder when you get to Worlds if the good teams [in NA] aren’t really good.

We weren’t the best team in NA, but even the best team wasn’t good. That’s a problem when it comes to international play because that means there is so much more you need to learn and catch up on that you don’t have too much time to do. So that’s what I’m hoping for, but it’s hard to say. We’ll have to see what happens.”

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