Chres "Sencux" Laursen is the mid laner for Misfits.

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Chres "Sencux" Laursen was born in Glostrup and brought up in Brøndby, Denmark. He started playing video games from a young age, playing Soldier Front, though he spent a lot more time playing football. Sencux then started playing League of Legends, and his ability was clear, even at the young age of 15.

2014 Season

At the start of the season, Sencux joined Reason Gaming. His first tournament with the team was EU Challenger Spring #2, where they managed a 3rd place finish, securing themselves a place in the EU Challenger Spring Playoffs. Sencux and the team finished 4th after losing to Denial eSports.Europe in the 3rd place match. After this came the Copenhagen Games 2014, where the team again came 4th, losing to Counter Counter Clockwise in the 3rd place match of the tournament. Soon after this, Sencux left Reason Gaming.

He then moved on to join 4everzenzyg, who had a full Danish roster. Sencux and the team competed in EU Challenger Summer #2, but were beaten by SK Gaming Prime in the quarterfinals of the tournament. They also participated at Island of Legends 2014, though the team could not make it further than the semifinals. Sencux then left the team, spending a month or so out of the competitive scene.

2015 Season

Sencux joined SK Gaming Prime at the start of the season, and went on to compete in the International Invitational Tournament 4. The team came 3rd, beating Big Plays Incorporated in the 3rd place match. The EU Challenger Spring Qualifier was up next for SK Gaming Prime. Sencux and the team managed to qualify, beating ThunderBot SPARTA in their group final.

Soon after this, Dignitas aquired the team's roster, forming Team Dignitas EU. Sencux competed in the EU Challenger Spring Split with the team. The team finished in 4th place, qualifying them for the Spring Playoffs, however due to Sencux and Wunderwear being underage, they could not play with the current roster. The team turned down the opportunity to play with subs and therefore gave up their spot in the playoffs, which then went to 5th place Reason Gaming.

During the Challenger Series off-season, Brokenshard transitioned from jungler to head coach and was replaced by Obvious. In addition, support player Voidle was replaced by Nisbeth, forming an all-Danish roster. In the summer split of the Challenger Series, the team finished 8-2 in second place behind only Gamers2. While playing each series to the maximum number of games, Dignitas EU defeated Denial eSports EU and Mousesports, finishing first and earning a spot in the 2016 Spring Season of the European LCS.

2016 Season

After Dignitas EU qualified for the EU LCS, Dignitas was forced to sell one of its two LCS teams, and they chose to sell the European team. With only one roster change (Obvious being replaced by Trashy), the roster moved to the new organization Follow eSports, later Splyce. Splyce stayed consistently in either seventh place or tied for eighth place in the spring split. Their final record was 5-13, in 8th place ahead of Team ROCCAT and behind Elements. With a favorable promotion tournament seed, Splyce played against Giants Gaming and won 3-2, requalifying for the LCS for the summer split.

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Team History
Nov 2017
Nov 2017
Dec 2015
Team Dignitas EU
Oct 2015
SK Gaming Prime
Feb 2015
SK Gaming Prime
Jan 2015
Nov 2014
May 2014
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