League of Legends talent Dennis "Svenskeren" Johnsen has returned to former side Cloud9 as a substitute jungler.
In their next match in the LCS Spring, Cloud9 are 1/12 to defeat TSM, who can be backed at 6/1 to come out on top. You can follow the action via our Sports Live Streaming sevice.
Having also played for SK Gaming and TSM earlier in his career, "Svenskeren" made a name for himself whilst at Cloud9 for the 2018 and 2019 League of Legends seasons.
As the team's starting jungler at the time, "Svenskeren" played a part in winning two World Championship titles with Cloud9 during his tenure and he has now come back to the LCS side.
Details about exactly how much "Svenskeren" will be involved have not been divulged and it is unclear whether he will turn out for the LCS starting roster or feature more in the Academy side.
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In the 2019 Summer Split, the jungler took home the LCS MVP award and will bring with him plenty of experience regardless of how he features.
Cloud9 are currently sitting pretty at the top of the LCS Spring Split 2022 standings with an impressive 11-2 record and only two weeks remaining before the playoffs begin.
Following the news of the move, "Svenskeren" wrote on Twitter: "I want to thank Cloud9 for this chance to join the team again.
"Jack Etienne was also gracious enough to give me permission for any team to reach out to me anytime about opportunities to play in LCS - happy to be back and I'll do my best!"
The Cloud9 account themselves simply posted: "Guess who's back, back again."