Bjergsen Retires, Takes Up Head Coach Role for TSM
Søren “Bjergsen” Bjerg retires as a pro player to use up head coach function for Team SoloMid. The news is revealed through a wholehearted video honoring the super star’s imprint on both TSM and the North American League of Legends scene.
Bjergsen, also part-owner of TSM, started his profession with numerous organizations in Europe before moving to TSM end of 2013 to change founder Andy “Reginald” Dinh, who moved his focus to business full-time. In his 7 seasons with the team, Bjergsen attained six LCS prizes, 4 season MVP titles, an IEM trophy, 5 worlds qualification, and numerous all-pro group awards. Despite his supremacy domestically, luck was not on Bjergsen’s side during his worldwide appearance. After winning 2020 LCS Summertime Split, TSM’s latest disappointment is stopping working to secure a single win worldwide’s group stage, making the team to be the very first first-seeded team to go winless in Worlds history.
Throughout eight years of his professional League of Legends profession, Bjergsen increased to end up being a household name by being one of the most dominant and constant mid laners in the region. As one of the earliest players to be imported to NA, Bjergsen elevated the level of competitiveness and talent which leaves a high standard for his peers and rivals. With this announcement, TSM will now remain in the hunt for a brand-new mid laner for 2021.