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NAME: Nicolaj Jensen
COUNTRY OF BIRTH: Denmark Denmark
BIRTHDAY: January 1, 1995 (1995-01-01) (age 22)
TEAM: Cloud9
ROLE: MidLane Icon.png Mid Laner
FORMERLY KNOWN AS: Veigodx, Incarnati0n
Wizikx (EUW)
Apdo v1 (EUW)
Incarnati0nn (EUW)
C9 Incarnati0nn (NA)
C9 Jensen (NA)
Incarnati0n (EUW)
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Oct 2012 - Jan 2013
Team Solo Mebdi
Jan 2014 - Nov 2014
SK Gaming
May 2015 - Present

Overview   Champion Statistics   Match History    

Nicolaj "Jensen" Jensen is the MidLane Icon.png Mid Laner for Cloud9.


Season 3
Jensen was originally known as Veigodx/Incarnati0n and was a member of the founding roster of Team Solo Mebdi, along with YamatoCannon, Nukeduck, Necaderp, and Rayt3rch. The team disbanded in January 2013 after being disqualified from the Season 3 EU LCS qualifiers.[1] On February 4th 2013, he was permanently banned from playing League of Legends due to his "long history of DDOS activity, abusive behaviour and poor sportsmanship across multiple accounts."[2] Despite his permaban, Jensen continued playing on smurf accounts and had several montages of his play released.

Season 4
On February 1st 2014, it was suggested that Jensen became the coach of SK Gaming,[3] this being confirmed later. However, he was not allowed to attend the 2014 Season World Championship with SK Gaming as, although the LCS did not officially recognize coaches, Korea would for Worlds.[4] On September 17th, it was announced that coaches will be recognized officially in the LCS,[5] and the question arose of whether or not Jensen's lifetime ban would be lifted.

Season 5

Riot released a ruling on November 20th that Incarnati0n would not be unbanned from competitive play, meaning he will not be able to coach SK as well.[6][7] However, his case is up for review again five weeks before the roster lock for the 2015 Summer split.[8]

On March 31st, after Riot's Mid-Year Long-Term Suspension Reviews, it was announced that Incarnation's permaban had been lifted and that he is now eligible to play in Riot-affiliated Leagues starting May 11, 2015.[9] After the departure of Cloud9's former Mid laner, Hai, there were rumours that Jensen was one of those trying out for the position. On May 8th, it was announced that he would be joining the team as the starting Mid laner.[10]

Season 6
After switching his name from Incarnation to Jensen, the Cloud9 Mid Laner entered the Spring Split of the 2016 NA LCS with good expectations. He proved to be one of the stronger mids in the league and Cloud9 was able to finish in third place with a 12-6 record. They were however defeated by Team SoloMid (1-3) in the Quarterfinals. After that, Cloud9 would train in Korea and revamp their roster by replacing Balls, Rush and Hai with Impact, Meteos, Bunny FuFuu and Smoothie respectively.

Cloud9 started the split slow, with most of their matches going 3 games. Bunny FuFuu then stepped down from the starting roster, thus giving Smoothie the starting Support role. Cloud9 ended the season strong beating Team EnVyUs (3-1) in the quarterfinals and Immortals (3-2) in the semifinals, but dropping to Team SoloMid in the finals (1-3). They moved to the gauntlet for the Regional Qualifiers where they beat Team EnVyUs (3-0) and Immortals (3-1) giving them the #3 seed for North America in the 2016 World Championship.

At Worlds, Cloud9 was placed in Group B along with SK Telecom T1, IMay and Flash Wolves. That means Jensen will have to beat Faker, Maple and Athena/Baeme to make it out of groups. Fortunately, Jensen and C9 delivered, as they finished 2nd in the group stage with a 3-3 standing. However, they were seeded against another Korean powerhouse, Samsung Galaxy, in the quarterfinals where their Worlds run ended, as they were beaten 0-3.


  • He was officially considered a toxic player until a year before he joined Cloud9. He had been permanently banned from competitive play in season 3, along with DarkWinJax & Rayt3ch, a ban that lasted until his audit during the 2015 preseason declared him non toxic and eligible for competitive play.
  • Before beginning his career in league of legends, he was a highly skilled World of Warcraft player. He played elemental shaman on the private server and in Cataclysm (LIVE realms) he achieved rank 1 as a feral druid.
  • He was known for his Fizz build in season 3: a red pot start along with building mobility boots for more effective roaming.
  • Scored a pentakill with:

Current Statistics

2017 World Championship


1 1 0 100% 5 1 7 12 251 8.3

1 1 0 100% 2 0 6 8 263 9.4
T 2 2 0 100% 7 1 13 20 514 8.8
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Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2017-09-10 NA LCS.png 2017 NA LCS Regional Qualifiers Q
3 : 1
2017-08-19 NA LCS.png 2017 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 5 - 6th
1 : 3
2017-07-08 2017RRBlues.png 2017 Rift Rivals - Blue 1st
3 : 0
2017-04-23 NA LCS.png 2017 NA LCS Spring Playoffs 2nd
2 : 3

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2016-10-13 Worlds Logosmall.png 2016 World Championship 5 - 8th
0 : 3
2016-09-05 NA LCS.png 2016 NA LCS Regional Qualifiers Q
3 : 1
2016-08-28 NA LCS.png 2016 NA LCS Summer Playoffs 2nd
1 : 3
2016-07-31 NA LCS.png 2016 NA LCS Summer Split 3rd
12 - 6 Groups/RR

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2015-12-18 Esltumbnail.png IEM X Cologne 5 - 6th
1 : 2
2015-10-11 Worlds Logosmall.png 2015 World Championship 9 - 12th
3 - 4 Groups/RR
2015-08-31 NA LCS.png 2015 NA LCS Regional Qualifiers Q
3 : 1
2015-07-26 NA LCS.png 2015 NA LCS Summer Split 7th
7 - 12 Groups/RR

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2013-03-20 Tsm25.png SoloMid EU Invitational 2 3rd
0 : 2

Individual Achievements
Date Event Award Team
2017-08-16 NA LCS.png 2017 NA LCS Summer All-Pro Team (Mid)

Individual Awards
Date Event Award Team
2016-03-24 NA LCS.png 2016 NA LCS Spring All-Pro Team (Mid)


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