AGO Rogue is an American esports organization whose players compete for different titles. It has two League of Legends teams that compete in Europe and Poland. Steve Aoki owns the professional esports company. E-sports fans can compete with other online players at Betway88. In this post, we discuss five new layers that AGO Rogue signed recently.

1.    Mathias “Szygenda” Jensen

AGO Rogue recently added Mathias in the 2020 League of Legends roster. Even so, Riot Game made a ruling against him. The tech firm claimed that Mathias has been using a discriminatory language of late. The Danish player is under suspension until February 6. Sebastian “Color” Czyzyk will be the top substitute laner. He featured in the Nordic and Polish League of Legends scenes.

Sebastian is determined to qualify for the League of Legends European Championship. He missed out on the 2020 Nordic Championship. It is uncertain whether Color will play in the Ultraliga.

2.    Pawel “Czekolad” Szczepanik

Pawel was the first new player that AGO Rogue announced in 2019. He is among the best mid laners in Poland. Pawel joined the MAD Lions to compete in Spain in May 2019 after Pride received the 2019 Polish Open title. Many esports fans won significant payouts when Pawel partnered with Patryk “Mystiques” Piorkowski during the 2019 Polska Liga Esportowa.

3.    Mateusz “Kikis” Szkudlarek

Mateusz plays for Illuminar Gaming. He moved to the Gameburg Team in his first season and won the 2011 Samsung Euro Championship. The team changed its name to exGameburg Team after AGO Rogue changed the roster. The team represented Poland in the 2011 World Cyber Games. The Gameburg Team defeated Counter Logic Gaming and represented Canada. ExGamburg won a $6,000 cash prize and silver after losing to 2-0 TO CDE in the gold medal game.

Mateusz played for Mousesports for a short period and later joined MeetYourMakers as a substitute. He signed with Heroes Team and GF-Gaming. The esports player joined Pulse Esports in 2013.

4.    Chres “Sencux” Laursen

Chres is a former laner for ROG Esport. He started his career at Soldier Front at a tender age. The laner moved to Reason Gaming in 2014 and debuted in the EU Challenger Spring#2. The team finished third and competed in the Spring Playoffs. It lost to Counter Counter Clockwise in the 2014 Copenhagen Games.

5.    Martin “HeaQ” Kordmaa

Martin is a talented support player for Rogue. He joined Low Priority in 2015, but he didn’t play in that season. The support moved to E-corp Gaming in February 2016 and participated in the 2016 Gamers Assebly. The team split after it failed to qualify for the EUCS 2016 Summer. Martin joined Team ROCCAT in December 2017 and played in the EU LCS 2018 Spring. The team split in 2019 and AGO Rogue signed Martin in the LEC team roster in November 2019.

League of Legends is a popular video game that Riot Games published for macOS and Microsoft Windows. Several micro-transactions support the battle arena game. Betway88 offers the latest esports news. Video game fans can choose different players to take part in computer-controlled championships. Mateusz “Kikis” Szkudlarek, Martin “HeaQ” Kordmaa, Chres “Sencux” Laursen and Kim “Profit” Jun-Hyung are some of the new players that AGO Rogue signed last year.