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[UPDATED Nov. 15] Clause barring Fnatic from signing Perkz reportedly signed by G2 & C9, not Perkz
UPDATE Nov. 15: During the Dot Esports League of Legends Free Agency Show, Jacob Wolf stated that the clause in Perkz's buyout contract from G2 Esports to Cloud9 that prohibits Fnatic from signing Perkz through 2023 was signed by both G2 & C9, but not Perkz himself.
C9 Perkz: "Right now, I prefer playing the regular season online...bo1s aren't that entertaining."
During the final week of the LCS Summer Split, Cloud9 mid laner Luka "Perkz" Perković spoke to Inven Global about the post-season picture, overcoming obstacles throughout the summer, and C9's current form.
[MSI] C9 Perkz on MSI 2021 meta: "I don't really know what's actually strong in mid."
Cloud9 secured its first win of the 2021 Mid-Season Invitational during day 3 of the group stage against Infinity Esports, and after the North American representative's win, C9 mid laner Luka "Perkz" Perković joined Laure Valée on the broadcast for a post-game interview. During one of his answers to Valée's questions, Perkz admitted that despite a strong carry performance on Tristana, he was a bit at a loss for what has actually defined the mid lane throughout the first three days of MSI.
C9 Perkz: "I am the best mid laner in NA. I don't doubt myself in that regard"
After the 2-1 weekend that pushed his team over rivals TSM and Team Liquid, Luka "Perkz" Perkovic talked to Inven Global about the growth of Cloud9 since the Lock In tournament, what holds TL and TSM back, and why he thinks he's the best mid laner in NA.
Jensen on LCS mids: "I think the loss of Bjergsen might actually be bigger than what we've gained."
"I think the loss of Bjergsen might actually be bigger than what we've gained," Jensen explained. "In terms of mid lane talent, this year at least, I always felt like I learned more from playing against Bjergsen compared to what I've learned so far this year."
C9 Perkz talks 2021 LCS Lock In, acclimating to NA & his outlook on Cloud9's future
Following the conclusion of Group B, Perkz joined Inven Global's Nick Geracie to discuss Cloud9's play thus far in LCS Lock In, acclimating to North America as a new region and what C9 fans can expect from the team's roster in 2021.
[Opinion] Cloud9 can't just plug Perkz in Nisqy's place and expect to become a better team
C9 can’t just plug Perkz in place of Nisqy and expect to become a better team, and that’s even before accounting for Fudge’s LCS debut this coming spring. New head coach Kim “Reignover” Yeu-jin should help a semi-established roster start fresh, and the execution of the new C9 system being put into place will be crucial for the organization to get the mileage out of Perkz worth the price of admission.