Luka “Perkz” Perkovic, the always outspoken mid laner for G2 Esports, finds new reasons to talk himself up every year. His sky-high confidence translates into bold play on the Rift. While his detractors will point to a handful of under-performances, Perkz has hours worth of highlights he can point them to in case they forgot who they’re talking about.
His squad underwent massive changes in 2018, and it understandably took a large part of the 2018 EU LCS Spring Split to get their synergy up to snuff. That didn’t stop them from making the finals, and even though they were bested by Fnatic in a clean 3-0, they held their heads high knowing that they’d have time off to further buff their consistency. Now that Perkz is adjusted to his new teammates, it’s time to take back his throne. There’s a reason that they call mid lane Perkz’s Lane Kingdom -- and he’s about to remind us why.