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Martin "Rekkles" Larsson is the ADCarry Icon.png AD Carry for Fnatic.

NAME: Martin Larsson
BIRTHDAY: September 20, 1996 (1996-09-20) (age 21)
TEAM: Fnatic
ROLE: ADCarry Icon.png AD Carry
SOLOQ IDs: FNC Rekkles (EUW)
FNC Rekkles (KR)
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May 2012 - Jun 2012
Playing Ducks
Nov 2012 - Dec 2012
Dec 2012 - Apr 2013
May 2013 - Sep 2013
Jun 2013 - Nov 2013
Copenhagen Wolves
Nov 2013 - Nov 2014
Nov 2014 - Jan 2015
Jan 2015 - May 2015
May 2015 - Present

Overview   Champion Statistics   Match History    


Rekkles was born on September 20th, 1996 in Sweden.

League of Legends Career

He started his eSports career in 2012, and played for League of Legends teams Playing Ducks, PAH, Team BLACK (as a substitute) and SK Gaming. In November 2012 he joined Fnatic as their starting Marksman. Rekkles' young age has limited him however, when it prevented him from being able to play in the 2013 EU LCS for Fnatic. Because he could not take part in the LCS, a secondary Fnatic squad, Fnatic.Beta, was created around him. However, the team was disbanded after a few months. In May 2013 he started playing together with YoungBuck, Shook v2, cowTard, and Unlimited as PrideFC, and after the team got signed by Copenhagen Wolves, he agreed to continue playing with them as a stand-in. Together Fnatic decided that it will be best for him to rejoin the roster in the 2014 Season due to him not being eligible to play until after the group stage.[1]

On November 22nd in 2013, Rekkles officially retook the starting Marksman position from puszu.[2]

Season 4
During the 4th season, Rekkles and Fnatic participated in the IEM Season VIII - World Championship, and ended up second place after losing to KT Rolster Bullets during the Grand Finale.

At the beginning of 2014 season Spring Split, Rekkles played very well and received the MVP prize weekly. Fnatic had won each of their four superweek games, and this was mainly due to the great performance of Rekkles playing Jinx. They ended the Spring split in 2nd place, losing to SK Gaming, but secured themselves a spot in the Spring Playoffs. The whole team raised their game for the playoffs, and they emerged victorious after a win against Alliance in their semifinals matchup, and against SK Gaming in the Grand Final.

Due to Fnatic's great performance during the Spring Playoffs, they had qualified to compete at All-Star Paris 2014, along with other regional winners from around the world. The team made it to the semifinals of the tournament, losing to the world champions at the time, SK Telecom T1 K.

Fnatic endured a rocky start during the beginning of the Summer Split. They could not make it into the top 2 until Week 7 of the Split, while their main rivals Alliance were already at considerable distance ahead of them in the race for 1st place. Throughout the games, Rekkles managed to impress with his plays with Lucian and Vayne, picking up the Weekly MVP Award for Week 9. Although in the end, Fnatic could only manage a 2nd place finish. The team aimed to put the Split behind them and focused on the Summer Playoffs. The team beat ROCCAT in the semifinals, and had to battle against Alliance in the finals. The match ended in defeat for Fnatic, but the Playoffs saw the team seal their qualification for the 2014 Season World Championship.

Fnatic was placed in Group C along with LMQ, OMG and Samsung Blue, and only managed 2 wins in their group, meaning that Rekkles and the team did not progress to the knockout stage.

Season 5
On November 24th 2014, Rekkles joined Alliance as starting AD carry, after many rumours. His first event with Alliance was IEM San Jose. During the IEM event, Fnatic ended up in the semifinals, however, the team lost their match against Cloud9 and placed third after playing against Team SoloMid. During the event, Rekkles was nominated for the MVP award alongside PowerOfEvil, Vizicsacsi, Kikis, and Sneaky; however the final vote went to Sneaky.

In order to comply with new LCS regulations, Alliance would have to change their name for the upcoming season. On January 8th, it was announced that the team had rebranded as Elements. The Spring Split was not a success for the team as they finished 7th place after making a number of roster changes. Therefore, the team did not made it to the playoffs, however they did qualify for the Summer Split.

On May 14th 2015, Rekkles rejoined Fnatic. The team went into the Summer Season with confidence running high after their performance on the international stage at the 2015 Mid-Season Invitational, with Steelback on the roster, before Rekkles rejoined the team. Fnatic managed to finish the regular season with a perfect, unbeaten 18-0 record, and became the first team to achieve this in League Championship Series history. This meant a 1st place regular season finish for the team and a bye to the semifinals of the Summer Playoffs. Fnatic went on to win the playoffs, beating Origen 3-2 in a tight final. This qualified the team for the 2015 World Championship, where they would compete as Europe's #1 seed.

At the 2015 World Championship, Fnatic were seeded into Group B alongside Ahq e-Sports Club, Invictus Gaming, and Cloud9. They picked up four wins in the group, going unbeaten in the 2nd week of group stage games, thanks to Rekkles' Kennen pick, meaning that they would advance to the knockout stage of the tournament. In the quarterfinals, Fnatic had beaten EDward Gaming by 3-0, before suffering a 3-0 loss against KOO Tigers in the semifinals, putting an end to their campaign.

Season 6
At the start of the season, Fnatic were voted to play at IEM Season X - Cologne. They had undergone some roster changes and added a few new members - Gamsu, Spirit, and NoXiAK - to join Febiven and Rekkles. The team had a bye to the semifinals, but were beaten at this stage by Qiao Gu Reapers. Despite being only in fifth place in the EU LCS split at the time of the tournament, Fnatic were invited to IEM Katowice due to their previous season's success. There, they had a surprisingly strong run, finishing second place against SK Telecom. Despite his only being played one time in premier-region play prior to Katowice (by Sneaky on Cloud9 in North America), Rekkles played Jhin in 5 out of Fnatic's 6 wins, not dropping a single game on the champion. Fnatic then joined the EU LCS Spring Split, and ended up third place.

In Summer, Rekkles and Fnatic went through major changes in the team. In Week 8 of the Summer Split, the team decided to replace Gamsu with Kikis as the starting Top laner. The team finished at 5th place with a 7-6-5 standing. Prior to the playoffs, Fnatic announced the departure of Deilor from the team. They went on to the playoffs with their new Coach, NicoThePico. Unfortunately, Rekkles and team lost to H2k-Gaming (0-3). They also failed to qualify for the 2016 World Championship as they lost to Unicorns of Love (0-3) in the Regional Qualifiers.

For the 2017 Season, the team rebuilt around Rekkles. On December 1st, four new players were introduced and this include sOAZ, Amazing, Caps and Jesse.


  • He was a very talented footballer (soccer) but injured his knee at the age of 13, which is when he picked up League of Legends for the first time.
  • One of the youngest players ever to play in competitive play.
  • Tied with Mancloud for the most kills during an entire LCS split (167 kills in 28 games 2014 EU LCS Summer Regular Season).
  • Holds record for fewest deaths during an entire LCS split (27 deaths in 28 games 2014 EU LCS Summer Regular Season).
  • More/Less Trivia
  • Was the first person to hit Diamond 1 out of all the LCS teams on the Korean server while bootcamping in Korea.
  • Idolizes Deft as an ADC, and played him twice during the Season 4 World Championship.
  • He talks a lot to Deft and Doublelift, despite being different regions.
  • One of the best
    players (if not the best) among professional gamers.
  • Popularized bot lane
    in more recent patches.
  • Was undefeated on
    at IEM X World Championship with a 12.0 KDA.[3]

Current Statistics

2017 World Championship


    5 3 2 60% 11 9 10 2.3 1,649 10.2

    4 4 0 100% 14 2 21 17.5 1,424 11.3

    3 1 2 33.3% 9 6 15 4 1,295 11.1

    3 1 2 33.3% 13 4 11 6 1,221 10.8

    3 2 1 66.7% 13 6 17 5 1,443 11.8

    1 0 1 0% 3 0 3 6 512 11.4
    T 19 11 8 57.9% 63 27 77 5.2 7,544 11
    For more Champion Statistics Click Here


    Team Achievements
    Date Event Results
    2017-10-21   2017 World Championship 5 - 8th
    1 : 3
    2017-09-02   2017 EU LCS Summer 3rd
    3 : 2
    2017-07-08   2017 Rift Rivals - Blue 2nd
    0 : 3
    2017-04-22   2017 EU LCS Spring 3rd
    3 : 0

    Team Achievements
    Date Event Results
    2016-12-11   All-Star Barcelona 2016 1st
    1100 : 850
    2016-09-04   2016 EU LCS Regional Qualifiers NQ
    0 : 3
    2016-08-16   2016 EU LCS Spring 5 - 6th
    0 : 3
    2016-04-16   2016 EU LCS Spring 3rd
    3 : 2
    2016-03-06   IEM X World Championship 2nd
    0 : 3

    Team Achievements
    Date Event Results
    2015-12-19   IEM X Cologne 3 - 4th
    1 : 2
    2015-12-13   All-Star Los Angeles 2015 2nd
    875 : 1075
    2015-12-13   All-Star Los Angeles 2015 - Regional Match Playoffs 2nd
    0 : 2
    2015-12-13   All-Star Los Angeles 2015 - Tandem Mode 1st
    W : L
    2015-12-11   All-Star Los Angeles 2015 - Marksmen Mode 2nd
    L : W
    2015-10-25   2015 World Championship 3 - 4th
    0 : 3
    2015-08-23   2015 EU LCS Summer 1st
    3 : 2
    2015-03-27   2015 EU LCS Spring 7th
    7 - 11 Groups/RR

    Team Achievements
    Date Event Results
    2014-12-07   IEM San Jose 3 - 4th
    1 : 2
    2014-09-28   2014 World Championship 13 - 16th
    2 - 4 Groups/RR
    2014-08-17   2014 EU LCS Summer 2nd
    1 : 3
    2014-04-17   2014 EU LCS Spring 1st
    3 : 1
    2014-03-16   IEM Season VIII - World Championship 2nd
    0 : 3

    Team Achievements
    Date Event Results
    2013-11-24   IEM Season VIII - Cologne 2nd
    0 : 2
    2013-09-15   DreamHack Bucharest 2013 2nd
    0 : 2
    2013-09-12   EUW Challenger Series Week 13 Cup 1st
    3 : 0
    2013-09-06   EUW Challenger Series Week 12 Cup 1st
    3 : 2
    2013-08-22   Gamescom 2013 Spring Promotion Qualifier 1st
    2 : 0
    2013-08-13   Go4LoL EU West Monthly Final July 1st
    2 : 1
    2013-08-12   EUW Challenger Series Week 11 Cup 1st
    3 : 0
    2013-08-07   EUW Challenger Series Week 10 Cup 1st
    3 : 1
    2013-07-25   EUW Challenger Series Week 9 Cup 1st
    3 : 0
    2013-07-20   Season 3 EU LCS Tenerife Spring Promotion Qualifier 2nd
    1 : 2
    2013-07-14   Gfinity London 2013 1st
    2 : 0
    2013-07-07   Go4LoL EU West #149 1st
    1 : 0
    2013-07-06   EUW Challenger Series Week 8 Cup 1st
    3 : 0
    2013-06-17   DreamHack Summer 2013 1st
    2 : 1
    2013-06-08 International Invitational Tournament 1st
    3 : 0
    2013-03-30   Copenhagen Games 2013 3rd
    0 : 1

    Team Achievements
    Date Event Results
    2012-12-16   IEM Season VII - Global Challenge Cologne 2nd
    1 : 2
    2012-12-09 THOR Open 2012 1st
    2 : 0
    2012-12-02   IGN ProLeague Season 5 2nd
    1 : 3
    2012-11-23   DreamHack Winter 2012 1st
    2 : 1
    2012-11-19   RaidCall Dominance 1 1st
    2 : 1
    2012-08-05   2012 MLG Summer Arena 4th
    0 : 3

    Individual Awards
    Date Event Award Team
    2017-09-02   2017 EU LCS Summer Split MVP
    2017-08-18   2017 EU LCS Summer All-Pro Team (AD)
    2015-08-19   2015 EU LCS Summer All-Pro Team (AD)
    2014-07-31   2014 EU LCS Summer Split MVP
    2014-04-17   2014 EU LCS Spring Playoffs MVP


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