|Name||Kasaemsan Jamroonsirirungrote (เกษมสันต์ จำรูญศิริรุ่งโรจน์)|
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|Competitive IDs||Hobbitz, LovelyToonZ, iNvSGB|
Kasaemsan "SoulKenJiz" Jamroonsirirungrote (Thai: เกษมสันต์ จำรูญศิริรุ่งโรจน์) is a League of Legends esports player, currently mid laner for Special Evolution. He was previously known as Hobbitz, LovelyToonZ, and iNvSGB.
Kasaemsan "SoulKenJiz" Jamroonsirirungrote was the starting support for Team Infinite during the Group Stage of the Spring season of the 2014 Thailand Pro League (TPL). Although the team performed well, SoulKenJiz left the team and joined Nyan Cat for the Bracket Stage. Neither Nyan Cat nor Team Infinite made it to the Final Bracket, and after the tournament SoulKenJiz returned to Team Infinite. The team also failed to reach the Final Bracket during the 2014 TPL Summer. SoulKenJiz changed his name to Hobbitz and remained with Team Infinite for the Thailand Grand Championship 2014, where the team achieved 2nd place and qualified for the next Garena Premier League (GPL) tournament.
Hobbitz remained the starting support for Team Infinite during the 2015 GPL Spring. Team Infinite was placed into Group B, alongside strong Vietnamese teams An Phat Ultimate and Saigon Fantastic Five. The team was eliminated from the tournament without a single win. Afterward, Hobbitz changed his name to LovelyToonZ and joined Team Toxic. He played with the team during the playoffs of the 2015 TPL Spring, filling in for the team's longtime support, LowGravity. The team managed a major upset over Bangkok Titans during the first round of the Final Bracket, the first time Bangkok Titans had lost a playoffs match since the TPL began in 2014. Team Toxic was matched against Bangkok Titans again in the finals, but this time was unable to defeat the perennial Thai powerhouse. Ultimately, Team Toxic finished 2nd, which qualified the team for the 2015 GPL Summer. By the time the tournament began, LowGravity had returned to the team and replaced LovelyToonZ as the starting support.
- Represented Thailand at the IeSF 9th e-Sports World Championship.
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- Infinite Esport Facebook Post May 21, 2014 (Thai) facebook.com