Jonas "Trashy" Andersen is making the move back to Europe, and has been picked up by Follow eSports, the organization announced Monday via the Daily Dot.
Trashy, who played for Enemy eSports last split, will be making the jump across the pond to play in the EU LCS with what was formerly the Team Dignitas' EU roster. In his time with Enemy, the team finished ninth in the Summer Split and lost their promotion match to Team Coast.
"I’m very pleased to be joining the former DIG EU team, now FollowEsports," Trashy told the Daily Dot. "I was a bit surprised when they contacted me after my failure with my former team NME in the relegation, but I have no doubt that joining these four fellow danes is the right decision for me. I can’t wait to start working with the team and the staff. I’m sure we will surprise a lot of people in the upcoming LCS split."
After Dignitas EU qualified for the EU LCS Spring Split, they were forced to sell one of their teams due to Riot's rules regarding sister teams. Follow eSports picked up Dignitas EU, but lost former jungler Dennis "Obvious" Sornesen in the transaction. However, Trashy's signing keeps Follow eSports as an all-Danish lineup.
"It makes several things easier within the team," team manager Daniel Vorborg told the Daily Dot. "Not only because of the language but also because they all come from the same background and culture."
Trashy finished the Summer Split with a 3.55 average KDA. Most of his games were on Gragas and Rek'Sai, though his highest win rate was on Sej'uani, who he won two out of three games on the champion.
Daniel Rosen is a news editor for theScore eSports. The phrase "all-Danish lineup" makes him so hungry. You can follow him on Twitter.