G2 Esports has what it takes to win the World Championship. I can’t wait to do it and, best still, enjoy the road to glory through friendship and hard work.
Rasmus ‘Caps’ Winther surprised the world when he joined the team in November 2018, leaving G2’s biggest rival, Fnatic. With Perkz moving to the bot lane to make room for the best player in the West, Caps was quick to show the title was well deserved with a dominating year long performance and winning MVP for the LEC Spring Split and MSI 2019. Moreover, he went on to make history as the first Western back-to-back Worlds finalist. But being the king of the mid lane just wasn’t enough – and so Caps swapped with Perkz, debuting as a bot laner for 2020. For Summer Split, having proven his dominance in bot lane, he swapped back with Perkz and returned to the mid lane.
Popping opponents on assassins, mages, and marksmen, Caps is sure to dazzle with his mechanical talents and lovable personality. Furthermore, no matter if it’s Claps or Craps on the Rift, the fan favourite from Denmark can count on the support of his entire family, especially his father, who travels the world to see his son win title after title.