Wunder

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Wunder
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Background Information
NameMartin Hansen
Country of BirthDenmark Denmark
BirthdayNovember 9, 1998 (age 20)
Residency
EU
 Europe
Competitive
TeamG2 Esportslogo std.png G2 Esports
RoleTop Laner
Soloqueue IDsd Wunderwear,
50 percent wr (KR), Sejong the Great,
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Jun 2014 - Nov 2014
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4everzenzyglogo std.png 4everzenzyg
Jan 2015 - Feb 2015
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SK Gaming Primelogo std.png SK Gaming Prime
Feb 2015 - Oct 2015
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Dignitaslogo std.png Team Dignitas EU
Oct 2015 - Dec 2015
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Follow eSportslogo std.png Follow eSports
Dec 2015 - Nov 2016
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Splycelogo std.png Splyce
Nov 2016 - Nov 2017
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Splycelogo std.png Splyce
Dec 2017 - Present
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G2 Esportslogo std.png G2 Esports
Martin "Wunder" Hansen is the top laner for G2 Esports. He was previously known as Wunderwear.

Biography

2014 Season

Mid-way through the season, Wunderwear joined 4everzenzyg, who had a full Danish roster. The team competed in EU Challenger Summer #2, but were beaten by SK Gaming Prime in the quarterfinals of the tournament. They also participated at Island of Legends 2014, though the team could not make it further than the semifinals. Wunderwear then left the team, spending a month or so out of the competitive scene.

2015 Season

Wunderwear joined SK Gaming Prime towards the start of the season, competing in the EU Challenger Spring Qualifier with the team. They qualified, beating ThunderBot SPARTA in their group final.

Soon after this, Dignitas acquired the team's roster, forming Team Dignitas EU. Wunderwear competed in the EU Challenger Spring Split with the team. The team finished in 4th place, qualifying them for the Spring Playoffs, however due to Wunderwear and Sencux being underage, they could not play with the current roster. The team turned down the opportunity to play with subs and therefore gave up their spot in the playoffs, which then went to 5th place Reason Gaming.

During the Challenger Series off-season, Brokenshard transitioned from jungler to head coach and was replaced by Obvious. In addition, support player Voidle was replaced by Nisbeth, forming an all-Danish roster. In the summer split of the Challenger Series, the team finished 8-2 in second place behind only Gamers2. While playing each series to the maximum number of games, Dignitas EU defeated Denial eSports EU and Mousesports, finishing first and earning a spot in the 2016 Spring Season of the European LCS.

2016 Season

After Dignitas EU qualified for the EU LCS, Dignitas was forced to sell one of its two LCS teams, and they chose to sell the European team. With only one roster change (Obvious being replaced by Trashy), the roster moved to the new organization Follow eSports, later Splyce.[1][2] Splyce stayed consistently in either seventh place or tied for eighth place in the spring split. Their final record was 5-13, in 8th place ahead of Team ROCCAT and behind Elements. With a favorable promotion tournament seed, Splyce played against Giants Gaming and won 3-2, requalifying for the LCS for the summer split. In May, Wunderwear renamed to Wunder.[3]

Trivia

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
Wunder Tournament Results
DatePlaceEventLast ResultTeamRoster
2018-10-27A33 - 4WCS logo small.png Worlds 2018 Main Event0 : 3Invictus Gaminglogo std.png iGG2 Esportslogo std.png G2
 Wunder,
 Sacre,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2018-10-07I1QWCS logo small.png Worlds 2018 Play-In3 : 1Infinity eSports CRlogo std.png INFG2 Esportslogo std.png G2
 Wunder,
 Sacre,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2018-09-16A11WCS logo small.png EU Regional Finals 20183 : 1FC Schalke 04 Esportslogo std.png S04G2 Esportslogo std.png G2
 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2018-08-25A55 - 6EU LCS 2018 Logo.png EU LCS 2018 Summer Playoffs0 : 3Misfits Gaminglogo std.png MSFG2 Esportslogo std.png G2
 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 Grabbz
2018-08-19A44EU LCS 2018 Logo.png EU LCS 2018 Summer12 - 6Blanklogo std.png RRG2 Esportslogo std.png G2
 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2018-07-08A11RR B logo small.png Rift Rivals 2018 NA-EU3 : 1NA LCS Allstarslogo std.png NA LCSG2 Esportslogo std.png G2
 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2018-04-08A22EU LCS 2018 Logo.png EU LCS 2018 Spring Playoffs0 : 3Fnaticlogo std.png FNCG2 Esportslogo std.png G2
 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2018-03-17A22EU LCS 2018 Logo.png EU LCS 2018 Spring11 - 7Blanklogo std.png RRG2 Esportslogo std.png G2
 Wunder,
 Jankos,
 Perkz,
 Hjarnan,
 Wadid,
 GrabbZ
2017-09-10A44WCS logo small.png EU Regional Finals 20170 : 3H2k-Gaminglogo std.png H2kSplycelogo std.png SPY
 Wunder,
 Trashy,
 Sencux,
 Kobbe,
 Mikyx,
 Liq
2017-09-03A55 - 6EU LCS 2018 Logo.png EU LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs2 : 3G2 Esportslogo std.png G2Splycelogo std.png SPY
 Wunder,
 Trashy,
 Sencux,
 Kobbe,
 Mikyx,
 Liq

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