Former mid lane talent for the old European Evil Geniuses roster, Froggen is known for his innovative strategies and world-famous Anivia play. Despite being the second-youngest member of the team at the time, he challenged the meta by bringing champions like Lee Sin to the mid lane. After his Lee Sin strategy was revealed and successfully executed at the MLG Fall Championship, Froggen proceeded to try out other bruisers like Jarvan IV and Xin Zhao. Though incredibly skilled with these characters, Froggen is at his absolute best when he's playing Anivia.
When the Evil Geniuses moved to the NA LCS, Froggen decided to stay in EU and took up the Alliance banner, actively seeking new recruits for the team. He is a vital leader and has explosive playmaking potential. Coming out of a less than perfect 2014 spring split with a 4th place finish, Froggen remained a fan favorite, earning enough votes to make it to the 2014 All-Star Challenge. At All-Star, Froggen performed with exceptional style and grace, even defeating Chinese delegate and superstar, WeiXiao, in a 1v1 duel.
Any doubts about Froggen's abilities or Alliance's skill level were quickly doused as the 2014 summer split kicked off. Alliance seemed like a completely different team, rolling over their opposition. With Froggen at the helm, Alliance won the summer split as well as the summer playoffs, earning them a much-deserved spot at Worlds.