More than just a pretty face, Rekkles is one of the most feared AD Carries on the professional League of Legends scene. And rightly so as he certainly has the numbers to back it up.
Rekkles debuted for Fnatic in late 2012 where it was immediately apart that he was going to be a rising star on the European scene. He was able to pull off highlight-reel level performances at several major tournaments including IPL5 where Fnatic defeated Season 2 champions, the Taipei Assassins, multiple times. Unfortunately, due to age restrictions he was unable to compete with Fnatic during the 2013 LCS season. But this didn't stop his preparation as he joined on with the Copenhagen Wolves, continuing his mechanical training. He helped lead them to several top 3 finishes in the amateur leagues and one year later, now old enough to compete, he found himself back on the Fnatic starting roster for the 2014 LCS season.
In his first split with Fnatic, Rekkles led his squad to a first place finish, scoring them a 2014 All-Star event invitation. Considered one of the best AD carries in the world, Rekkles bore a heavy burden as his team fell unceremoniously at the All-Star tournament. But the summer split was more than redeeming for the star. Blasting out a strong finish, Rekkles led his team through the playoffs and on to Worlds where he can finally prove that his skills are truly world-class.