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Team Liquid Mid Laner Jensen talkes about the LCS split

Team Liquid got the 9th place in the 2020 League of Legends Championship Series Spring Split. Sad, but true. What is the team going to do in order to regain their former glory? Jungler Mads “Broxah” Brock-Pedersen signing is off the table due to visa issues, so is the team going to do?

Team Liquid Mid Laner Nicolaj “Jensen” Jensen was interview by Inven Global’s Nick Geracie, and we now have more details about the team’s plan.

As the Summer Split is about to start soon, Team Liquid looks pretty confident. Jensen seems excited about the new start, and the team “practice has been going pretty good lately.”

Due to the coronavirus outbreak, this year’s LCS split will be online. However, the situation doesn’t look too out of the ordinary for Jensen. The worst part is not being on stage among the fans.

“It just kind of sucks not being able to go on stage, you know? The sh*tty part is not being able to play in front of a crowd and see everyone, but other than that, it’s nothing too concerning,” said the Team Liquid Mid Laner.

The Mid Laner also addressed the visa issues and the bad gaming performance during the Spring Split.

“I think we just sucked. We had too many problems as a team, and we weren’t playing well enough individually. We just really didn’t come together as a team, and I think there are a lot of reasons as to why we couldn’t turn things around. We were just not good enough, that’s the truth of it. It’s a harsh reality,” he admits.

As the previous game performance was not so great, it is time for changes.

“I had a feeling that there were going to be some changes because Team Liquid has really high standards when it comes to our play and the results of competition. We felt like we were lacking in a lot of areas, and ultimately, changes were made,” said Jensen.

As for Jensen’s personal game performance, well, not many things have to be changed. “I feel like I played fine,” affirms the Mid Laner.

“I wasn’t really concerned; I thought I was the best player on the team in the Spring Split. I feel pretty confident in my play, so I wasn’t too worried myself,” he added.

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