What happened to Jensen League of Legends?
Jensen is a free agent. The contract of longtime LCS mid laner Jensen has been terminated by Team Liquid, a source told Dot Esports. Jensen’s release from Liquid comes just over a year after he signed a three-year extension reported to be worth more than $4 million.
What team is Jensen on now?
Mid laner Jensen will be becoming a free agent as he’s no longer under contract over at Team Liquid. Things haven’t gone great for Jensen this offseason. Team Liquid decided to bring in mid laner Bjergsen for their starting roster as they decided to shuffle the team around.
Is Jensen retired?
Jensen isn’t retiring. “Once we get close to the start of the season,” he said, “[I want to] make it a priority to get back into the LCS on a roster where I can make things happen and achieve what I want.” “I still have so much more to prove, so much more I want to achieve.”
Where is TL Jensen from?
|Country of Birth
|January 1, 1995 (age 27)
|NA North America
How much is TL Jensen worth?
After joining Liquid in 2018, Jensen has gone on to win multiple LCS titles and several Worlds appearances, earning himself a three-year contract extension in 2020 worth a reported $4.2 million.
Is TL Bjergsen confirmed?
Now, Bjergsen has officially joined rival squad Team Liquid (TL), whose roster is brimming with global superstars that are hoping to capture glory in the LCS.
Why did Jensen leave Cloud9?
Now that his goal to win NA has been completed, Jensen has his eyes set on the primary reason he left Cloud9: a chance to win Worlds. Though the team went out in the semifinals last year, he still felt as though he couldn’t progress internationally while in Cloud9.
How much does Jensen make?
Ryan Jensen signed a 4 year, $42,000,000 contract with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, including $22,000,000 guaranteed, and an average annual salary of $10,500,000….Current Contract.
|4 yr(s) / $42,000,000
|Guaranteed at Signing
|2022 / UFA
Why did Bjergsen go to Team Liquid?
“I was looking at both opportunities: coaching and playing.” He also thought about staying on TSM, and if not, whether he’d return to Europe or stay in Los Angeles, his home for the last eight years. “I did a lot of thinking between LEC and LCS,” Bjergsen said.