Jesper “Zven” Svenningsen has officially left Cloud9 after four years.

In an announcement posted on X (formerly Twitter), the Danish player confirmed his departure from the League of Legends Championship Series (LCS) team.

“After four years, four trophies and lots of good times, my time at Cloud9 has come to an end,” he wrote.

Zven announces plans to return to bot lane role next season

Zven expressed his gratitude towards C9 co-founder and CEO Jack Etienne, acknowledging him for “taking a big risk” and for giving him an opportunity at a crucial point in his career “when no one else would.”

Cloud9 Zven playing on stage during Worlds 2021 Play-Ins
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Currently, he is a free agent actively seeking a team to join for the 2024 season. He made it clear that he is seeking opportunities to compete as a bot laner in his original role and not support.

Throughout his career, which spans approximately a decade, he has predominantly played as a bot laner. In 2022, he made the shift to support with the goal of increasing his chances of reaching Worlds with a strong team, he stated in an interview with journalist Travis Gafford.

Originally hailing from the European region, he has competed with renowned teams G2 Esports, TSM, and most recently, Cloud9.

In 2017, he made the transition from the European league to the LCS where he first joined TSM before going the distance with Cloud9 at the start of the 2020 season.

During his time with C9, he won four LCS trophies from 2020 to 2023. He has also won numerous individual awards, including NA 1st All-Pro Team in Spring and Summer 2020. He made history as the first player to ever win a championship in both the LEC and LCS.

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