eSports Player Review - BjergsenName: Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg Date of Birth: February 21, 1996 Country: Denmark Game: League of Legends Tournament Winnings: $181,711.30 from 28 Tournaments Søren Bjerg, also known as Bjergsen, is a 21 years old League of Legends player who is currently part of the famous North American team SoloMid. As the role of mid-laner, Bjergsen highly prefers champions with stun such as Syndra, Twisted Fate, and Elise. Along with that, he loves playing Nidalee and Zed and really hates Shaco. He is just the second EU player to participate in the NA LCS, but the interest in him is huge. Proof of that is his first stream as a Team SoloMid player attracted more than 70,000 viewers. eSports Discipline Søren “Bjergsen” Berg is playing the most popular game in the world – League of Legends. In the 2017 World Championship, he played 4 different champions. His favorite Syndra, Cassiopeia, Ryze, and Corki. A lot of the fans are comparing him to the legendary Lee “Faker” Sang-hyeok because of the deep champion pool that he owns and of course, the mad Zed skills that he is showing in most of the matches. Results and Earnings With $181,711.30 from 28 Tournaments, Bjergsen is holding #15 in the country ranking and #348 in the world when we are speaking about money earned by tournament prize funds. 2017 Best Winnings 1st Riot NA LCS 2017 Spring $20,000.00 1st Riot NA LCS 2017 Summer $20,000.00 5th-6th Mid-Season Invitational 2017 $16,900.00 2016 Best Winnings Riot EU LCS 2016 Spring $4,166.67 IEM X – World Championship (LoL) $300.00 2015 Total Winnings $48,271.48 from 8 Tournaments 2014 Total Winnings $28,000.00 from 4 Tournaments eSports Career of Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg During the Season 3 of the European League of Legends Championship Series (LCS), Bjergsen was unable to play with Copenhagen Wolves Week 3 due to age restrictions put in place by Riot Games. For the first two weeks, he was temporarily replaced by the team’s sub Viktor “cowTard” Stymne. When he turned 17 years old on February 21, he was able to rejoin the main lineup and play their remaining LCS matches. Finding success with CW after his rejoining, the team was acquired and rebranded as Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP) for the Summer LCS. On November 2, 2013, Bjergsen left NiP to move to North America and join Team SoloMid as their mid-laner. He was the 2nd player to cross over from the EU to NA LCS after Edward “Edward” Abgaryan left Gambit Gaming to join Team Curse during Season 3. On January 23, 2014, Riot Games announced that Bjergsen had violated the LCS rules by approaching and encouraging a contracted LCS player to leave his position at Lemondogs. He admitted the violation and was fined $2,000. Bjergsen won the Most Valuable Player Award at the conclusion of the 2015 North American LCS Spring Split. TSM qualified for the 2015 League of Legends World Championship. At Worlds, TSM finished last in their preliminary group with a record of 1–5, eliminating them from the bracket stage. GET UP TO $280 IN FREE BETS! Claim Now Bjergsen Latest PerformancevsClutch Gaming3:1vsTeam Liquid1:0vsClutch Gaming1:0Bjergsen Statistics Popular eSports Players Dendi - Dota 2 fy - Dota 2 ppd - Dota 2 Puppey - Dota 2 Rekkles - LoL s1mple - CS GO kennyS - CS GO Faker - CS GO Featured eSports Articles Kinguin exit eSports, according to reports Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-23Kinguin exit eSports, according to multiple reports. However, TaZ will lead the new Polish rebranded team.Valve releases True Sight Ti8 Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-23Valve kept the community of eSports engaged with only a few hours before the official release of " True Sight "Team Liquid vs The Pango Betting Tips Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-19The Chongqing Major, organized by StarLadder and ImbaTV, will be the second major of the 2018/2019 season of Dota 2. It will take place in Chongqing, China, between January 19 and 27. Benefit from our Team Liquid vs The Pango Betting Tips, now!Dota 2 Chongqing Major Betting Preview and Predictions Antoan Vasilev | 2019-01-16The Bucharest Minor has finished and has left us all ready for the first Major tournament of the Dota. We are talking about Chongqing Major 2019, an event that will take place in Chongqing, China.