Jonas “Trashy” Anderson spent years jumping between teams until everything finally clicked with Splyce. A jungler with a wealth of experience, Trashy even spent time in the NA LCS for Enemy eSports. When he found a home on Splyce, it wasn’t long before he became a top jungler in the EU LCS.
It will take more than a disappointing performance at the 2016 World Championship to stop this jungler from improving. At the helm of what is still a young team, Trashy is poised to take big leaps forward with Splyce in 2017. And if he’s allowed to have his way in the jungler, he’ll be taking the rest of the EU LCS out with the rest of the garbage.