Origen did not wait long to reveal the next member of their team — this time it’s the 21-year-old Dane on loan from Fnatic.
Just days after the big reveal, in which Origen announced the return of Henrik “Froggen” Hansen to competitive League of Legends, the news is coming through on the highly anticipated bottom lane.
Jesse “Jesiz” Le, who will be playing a supporting role for the team in the coming European Masters tournament, is contracted with Fnatic until November this year. Whether the loan is for the duration of the tournament or extends beyond that is yet to be revealed.
The young Dane joined Fnatic back in 2016 together with Rasmus “Caps” Winther. Since then, he successfully managed to finish third in both Spring Split and Summer Split, as well as qualify for the 2017 World Championship together with his team.
After a harder-than-anticipated play-in phase and a dramatic group stage, Fnatic managed to squeeze their way into the playoffs, where they faced China’s second seed Royal Never Give Up. In the end, Jesiz and the team managed to take only one game off of RNG and finished among the eight top teams.
Even after a respectable performance in Worlds, Jesiz had to take a back seat and watch his team play the 2018 Spring Split from the sidelines.
Who will be joining him in the bottom lane is yet to be revealed, however, it is safe to say that with players like Ki “Expect” Dae-han and Choi “inSec” In-seok on the lineup, Origen will be entering European Masters 2018 as major favorites to win it all.