GamerzClass secures top LCS talent to teach others how to dominate on the Summoners Rift.
After signing arguably the biggest name in FIFA at the moment, GamerzClass does it again & secures another household name from the tip-top of the competitive scene. This time we are looking at League of Legends professional Nicolaj “Jensen“ Jensen, playing mid lane for Team Liquid.
The mid lane is the most contested role in LoL history and has always been one of the hardest to master. This video course promises to help uncover the secrets from NA’s finest. Joining Team Liquid in late 2018, Jensen has managed to win back to back LCS titles in 2019 and has been brawling with the world’s elite since the debut of his career years ago.
“We wanted to start the year with multiple bangs and I believe we managed to do that successfully. Our vision is to become the worlds leading esports & gaming learning platform and it is impossible to do that without working with some of the household names in the scene”, says Victor Folmann, CEO & Founder of GamerzClass.
Filmed in early January and expected to be delivered by the end of February, this collaboration finds itself to be perfectly timed as it will cover all of the best practices, build patterns, skill orders, match-ups and new macro plays adapted to Season 10. For those who are serious about climbing in solo queue this year, pre-orders are available for $25.00 here.
Known for his Orianna, Leblanc, Cassiopeia, Syndra & many more, Jensen teamed up with GamerzClass to teach others how to replicate those flashy plays that make for great clips and montages.
However, League of Legends is a constantly evolving game and last year we saw almost 2 patches a month throughout 2019. The Danish company assures us that they will do their best to make this one of their top courses to date and supersede the standards they have set previously.
“Much like the Forg1ven course that we released last summer and still sells today, our wish is to make timeless content that will help League of Legends players improve not just today, but also 6 months from now.”