Editors from the upcomer portal, citing their sources, claim that Karmine Corp is about to make changes in the League of Legends lineup. Representatives of the club have a great interest in Hans Sama, who is currently listed in Team Liquid.
Not the most successful season in Liquid is likely to put an end to the Frenchman’s performances in the American-Dutch club. Thus, Karmine Corp may change the bottom line player, and Rekkles will be replaced by Steven Levee.
The leak happened yesterday, so we can expect some interesting corresponding announcements from Karmine Corp and Team Liquid in the near future.
Hans Sama wants to return to the European division of League of Legends after he and his Team Liquid teammates failed to make it to the 2022 World Championship. Liquid, by the way, have publicly stated that they are going to change the roster, but there have been no announcements about the exact personnel changes yet.
After that, several European clubs have already expressed their interest in Steven ‘Hans Sama’ Levee, but it’s Karmine Corp who seem to be most interested in him.
As for the latter, they are not yet on the roster of Europe’s premier LoL league, LEC, but that could change once they buy a slot from Astralis.
Last month there was information about Karmine Corp’s desire to buy a place in LEC.
Based on available information from insiders, Hans Sama is considering the offer received from Karmine Corp and if certain conditions are met he could come to the team and replace Rekkles there.
Where exactly Martin ‘Rekkles’ Larsson can continue his career is unknown at the moment, but the player should not worry about his cybersport path, as the Swede is one of the most famous representatives of Europe.
Likely lineup of Karmine Corp
Wao (backup topliner)
Karmine Corp has had a mixed season in terms of fortunes. The team finished 6th at the last tournament they participated in, the LFL Summer 2022, but before that lifted the European Masters Spring 2022 trophy.
Hans Sama started his career as a professional player in League of Legends in 2014 under the tag The Gentle Team. He later played for teams such as E-corp Gaming, Millenium, Misfits and Rogue before joining Team Liquid in November 2021.
During his career, he managed to become the LCS Lock-In 2022 champion, earning $150,000 there with the team, as well as making it to the 2017 World Championship and reaching the top 8 with Misfits. This result brought the team a reward of $183,863. Hans Sama has now managed to break the $150,000 mark in prize money earned. He would definitely have the money to buy smurf accounts at happysmurf.com
Martin ‘Rekkles’ Larsson is a legendary European eSports player known around the world. He is mostly known for his performances for Fnatic. He started his career with this club in November 2012. Later he played for PrideFC, Copenhagen Wolves, Alliance, Elements, G2 Esports and Karmine Corp. He joined the latter in November 2021. Aside from a win at the European Masters Spring 2022, Karmine Corp had a poor season overall.
Rekkles has wins at EU LCS Summer 2018, EU LCS Spring 2018, EU LCS Summer 2015 and EU LCS Summer 2014 to his credit. The cyber athlete has participated in the World Championships several times and the closest he came to the title of the best in the world was at the 2018 World Championship, where he took 2nd place, losing in the final against Invictus Gaming. Martin and his teammates’ earnings totaled $870,750.
Larsson has earned more than $480,000 in prize money throughout his time and has almost reached a solid $500,000.