Jonas “Trashy” Andersen, the former jungler for Enemy eSports, will be making a move back to Europe as he joins Follow eSports as their new starting jungler.
After a disappointing 9th place finish in the Summer Split of the NA LCS and a loss in the promotion tournament, things were not looking too good for the Danish jungler. However, it seems that the Follow eSports staff thought otherwise, as they have offered Trashy a starting spot among the other four Danes on the team. Trashy’s best champion at the end of the Summer Split was Sejuani with a 66.7% win rate.
During an interview with The Daily Dot, Trashy said, “I’m very pleased to be joining the former DIG EU team, now FollowEsports…I was a bit surprised when they contacted me after my failure with my former team, NME, in the relegation, but I have no doubt that joining these four fellow Danes is the right decision for me. I can’t wait to start working with the team and the staff. I’m sure we will surprise a lot of people in the upcoming LCS split.”
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