Sencux joins Rogue for the 2019 LEC season

Sencux is looking to prove his doubters wrong on Rogue.

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Rogue has added another player to its League of Legends roster heading the upcoming 2019 LEC Spring Split.

Mid laner Chres “Sencux” Laursen, formerly of Misfits and Splyce, is the fourth confirmed player joining Rogue’s starting lineup following the organization’s acquisitions of Vitality jungler Mateusz “Kikis” Szkudlarek, ADC Martin “HeaQ” Kordmaa, and support Kim “Wadid” Bae-in.

The last player reportedly set to join Rogue is Roccat’s former top laner Kim “Profit” Jun-hyung. Most of Rogue’s roster is made up of former Roccat players, which also includes the team’s former head coach, Simon “Fredy122” Payne.

“Last year, was very tough and stressful and I received a lot of flak from the community but that makes me hungrier than ever to prove myself,” Sencux said in Rogue’s announcement. “I’m happy that Rogue has given me a chance to do so. I’m really looking forward to playing with my new teammates and represent Rogue in their first years of the LEC.”

Related: All of the new LEC rosters going into the 2019 Spring Split

Sencux joins the roster after being replaced on Misfits for the 2019 season by former Clutch Gaming mid laner Fabian “Febiven” Diepstraten. Misfits had a lackluster season last year, finishing seventh in the regular season in the spring and fourth in the Summer Split.