Martin “Wunder” Hansen is a consistent top laner -- consistently aggressive. Even when playing tanks like Nautilus and Maokai, Wunder is more than happy to overextend for a kill. That aggressive playstyle got in him trouble in his rookie split, but he adjusted and became one of the best top laners in the EU LCS.
Now he’s with one of the top organizations in Europe, G2 Esports. There was an adjustment phase for G2’s reworked roster during the 2018 EU LCS Spring Split, but that didn’t stop them from punching another ticket to the finals. While they couldn’t finish the job, it was a promising start for a squad that had come together just months before. If G2 wants to dethrone Fnatic and head to Worlds, they’ll be relying on Wunder to bring the top lane heat in a meta where just about anything goes.