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Popular League of Legends player Kasper “Kobbe” Kobberup is now Misfits Gaming’s newest AD Carry. After a rough season with Team SoloMid, he returns to the rift with a new team.

Kobbe’s NA Spring Split

During Kobbe’s time at TSM, he experienced plenty of new beginnings. It was his first time in a North American organization. He was the team’s AD Carry since November, sticking through until this year’s Spring Split. Unfortunately, they came in fourth place against FlyQuest, ending their hopes for this year’s Mid-Season Invitational.

Although this was a tough season for Kobbe, he has a history of achievements as well. In 2019, he came in 2nd place with Splyce for the League of Legends European Championships Regional Finals. In previous years, he won third place in the 2019 LEC Summer Split as well as the 2018 EU Regional Finals. He had also been a part of Splyce from 2015 until his departure to TSM in 2019. Now that he’s been replaced by Yiliang “Doublelift” Peng, though, he’s out of TSM for good.

Returning to EU

Misfits announced the addition of Kobbe to the team on Twitter, and plenty of fans are ecstatic.

Kobbe retweeted the warm welcome, adding that he’s excited to join their team. He also expressed his excitement to return to EU, as he’s originally from Europe. Additionally, he received some congratulations from other esports colleagues, such as caster Isaac “Riot Azael” Cummings Bentley.

Overall, there’s plenty to look forward to this Summer Spit. Besides Kobbe landing a position on a new team, the LEC will now have four seeds in the upcoming World Championship. This gives Misfits a good shot at working towards victory against other great League of Legends teams.

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Carly Soba
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