Søren ‘Bjergsen’ Bjerg

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May 03, 2017

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Søren ‘Bjergsen’ Bjerg

Søren ‘Bjergsen’ Bjerg is a Danish eSports gamer who plays the mid position for TSM. He is known to be one of the best mid laners, showing his true potential with his favourite champion Nidalee, a fun hero who can jump around half way across the map.

Sherlock TV Series

In his spare time Bjerg he enjoys watching his favourite TV shows, True Detective, Sherlock and Hannibal. Bjergsen admires a celebrity actor Matthew McConaughey for his acting skills and his coolness.

Where it all began:

Søren began playing video games ever since he was young. Following his dream of becoming a cyber athlete, Bjerg has played Diablo 2, World of Warcraft and Counter-Strike 1.6. Becoming the gamer we know today, Bjergsen has played LOL for the past five years, putting in his dedication and skills to good use in esports tournaments for TSM.

The Team:


Team SoloMid is an eSport company founded in 2009 by former LOL player, Andy ‘Reginald’ Dinh and his brother, Dan ‘Dan Dinh’ Dinh. Based in North America, TSM currently have a unit for each of the games, LOL, Hearthstone, Super Smash Bros, Vainglory and CS:GO. TSM is one of many top teams in America that have been participating every year since 2011 in the League of Legends World Championships.

Competition Participation:

Bjerg and his unit have taken part in many esports tournaments such as the All-Star Barcelona 2016, IEM XI Oakland, 2016 NA LCS Spring and Summer events as well as the IEM X World Championship.

All Star Barcelona LOL event

They have kept a wining streak placing in the top four ranks of the tournaments all through the year except for the World Championships, TSM do not perform well.


The highest winning prize awarded to Bjergsen and TSM was at the LOL event in 2016 World Championship where TSM finished in 11th place to win an amazing $150K.

Another achievement for Bjergsen and Team Solomid was winning the All-Pro Team award at the 2017 North America LCS Spring tournament. The unit won first prize of $100K, beating Cloud 9 with the record 3:2.

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