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LoL Veteran Jensen Has Reportedly Joined FlyQuest
- According to recent reports, Nikolaj "Jensen" Jensen has reached an agreement with FlyQuest In the LCS
- If the reports are correct, Jensen will replace Lee "VicLa" Dae-kwang
- Jensen is just one of many new signings FlyQuest will have to make ahead of the 2024 season
Nikolaj "Jensen" Jensen
According to recent reports, League of Legends veteran mid laner Nikolaj "Jensen" Jensen has agreed to join FlyQuest. The 28-year-old is supposedly joining FlyQuests for the 2024 LoL Championship Series (LCS) season after spending just six months with Dignitas.
By joining FlyQuest, Jensen will play for the fourth different LCS team in his esports career, which started way back in 2012 with Team Solo Mebdi before the Danish mid laner travelled overseas to join Cloud9 in the LCS.
Despite being a European player, Jensen has made a name for himself as one of the most recognisable names in the North American league, where he has been competing for eight years and is supposedly set to continue his career.
Last season, Jensen played for Dignitas, who he joined in December 2022, but he failed to accomplish much and ended the LCS 2023 Spring and LCS 2023 Summer split in 10th and seventh place, respectively. Jensen ended the season with a fifth-sixth-place finish in the LCS 2023 Championship, thus missing out on qualifying for LoL World Championship for the first time in his career.
Dignitas, who are among many LCS teams to make roster changes ahead of the 2024 season, have yet to confirm Jensen's departure, nor has FlyQuest confirmed Jensen joining the team. However, according to reliable sources, Jensen and FlyQuest have already reached an agreement, and it's only a matter of time before FlyQuest make an official announcement.
So far this offseason, Dignitas have already parted ways with its bottom lane Frank "Tomo" Lam and support David "Diamond" Berube, leaving the team with just three active members on its roster – Jensen, top laner Lee "Rich" Jae-won, and jungler Lawrence "eXyu" Lin Xu.
On the other side, FlyQuest have also parted ways with two players in mid laner VicLa and ADC Lee "Prince" Chae-hwan. Moreover, reports suggest that FlyQuest is also close to releasing support Philippe "Vulcan" Laflamme, who is close to joining Cloud9, as well as mid laner Mingyi "Spica" Lu. The future of top laner Jeon "Impact" Eon-young remains uncertain.