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betongJocke first appeared in the competitive League of Legends scene subbing in for [[Team-LDLC]] at the [[SCAN Invitational 2]] after being noticed for him impressive mechanical performances in soloqueue.
Soon after, he was recruited by [[Team Gravy]], who went on to make the [[2015 EU Challenger Series/Summer Qualifier|EUCS Summer Qualifiers]] via the [[2015 EU Challenger Series/Summer Qualifier/Ladder|Challenger Ladder]]. The team's roster was acquired by [[Denial eSports EU]] before the semifinals of the tournament. A 2-0 win over [[Ex Nihilo]] in their bracket final saw the team qualify for the [[2015 EU Challenger Series/Summer Season|EUCS Summer Season]].
Part-way through the [[2015 EU Challenger Series/Summer Season|Summer Season]], betongJocke joined [[H2k-Gaming]] as a sub. He was also replaced by [[Kirei]] as the jungler for [[Denial eSports EU]], but came back to sub in for the team later on in the season when [[Kirei]] was temporarily unavailable. Soon after, he then left [[Denial eSports EU]].
betongJocke made his debut for [[H2k-Gaming]] in the third game of the team's quarterfinal matchup against [[Giants Gaming]] during the [[Riot League Championship Series/Europe/2015 Season/Summer Playoffs|EU LCS Summer Playoffs]], with [[loulex]] in the jungle for the first two games of [[H2k-Gaming]]'s eventual 3-0 win. [[H2k-Gaming]] qualified for the [[2015 World Championship]] on [[2015 Season/Championship Points|Championship Points]], meaning that the team would compete as Europe's #2 seed. betongJocke was listed as the team's official substitute for the tournament.
== Trivia ==
h2k-betongjocke-2015lcs.png|H2k betongJocke EU LCS 2015
Giants betongJocke EU LCS 2016 Spring.png|H2K betongJocke 2015 EULCS Summer Split
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