TSM_Bjergsen is known primarily as a professional League of Legends (LoL) player rather than a streamer or entertainer, although he does do the occasional stream. He has been playing LoL since he was fourteen years old. A couple of years later, he was performing well enough on the ladders to receive an invitation to join the Copenhagen Wolves. However, he was only able to officially join them when he turned seventeen in 2013, even though he was able to represent them at Dreamworks. By the end of 2013, he had switched over to TSM and the rest is history.
As with the rest of TSM, he has been sponsored by Logitech. However, these are the tools that he uses to keep his competitive edge, so its still worth checking out what equipment TSM_Bjergsen has included in his gaming setup. It’s interesting to note that he and Myth have both gone with the many of the same items.
WHAT MOUSE DOES TSM_BJERGSEN USE?
TSM_Bjergsen uses a Logitech G900 mouse. The Logitech G900 Chaos Spectrum is a wireless ambidextrous mouse that is powered by a Pixart PMW336 optical sensor. This sensor can be adjusted within the range of 200 – 12,000dpi, with the potential for up to five options being stored onboard to be toggles between with the dpi button.
There are 11 programmable buttons overall, with four of them (two on the right and two on the left), being removable. In addition to the right and left clickers and scroll wheel, the other buttons are the DPI Down, DPI Up, and Left/Right buttons beneath the scroll wheel. There is also the option to program one of the buttons as a G-Shift key, which will allow for the other buttons to be set with different options, for a total of 21 programable buttons. It can store up to 5 profiles onboard.
Its battery life can last up to 32 outs, although it can be used while its charging. The RGB lighting, as well as the macro keys and profiles can be set through the Logitech G Hub software. It is compatible with Windows 7and later, and macOS 10.6X and later.
WHAT KEYBOARD DOES TSM_BJERGSEN USE?
TSM_Bjergsen uses a Logitech G910 keyboard. The Logitech G910 Orian spectrum keyboard is a full-size, wired RGB keyboard. It utilizes Romer-G switches that have actuation points of 1.5mm at an actuation force of 45g.
There are also 9 dedicated G-Keys that can be programmed with macro settings. Five are located in a column on the left of the keyboard, while the remaining four are above the F1 – F4 keys. There are also dedicated media control buttons in the top-right corner of the keyboard and four anti-ghosting keys in the top left corner of the keyboard. All of these functions, as well as the LIGHTSYNC RGB options can be set through the Logitech G Hub software.
It has dimensions of 50.5 x 21 x 3.56cm (19.88 x 8.27 x 1.4”) and weighs 1.5kg (3.31lbs.) The wrist rest is fixed to the keyboard. Its cable is 1.8cm (70.87”.) It is compatible with Windows 7 or later, as well as macOS X10.10 or later.
WHAT HEADSET DOES TSM_BJERGSEN USE?
TSM_Bjergsen uses a Logitech G533 headset. TSM_Bjergsen has gone with a closed-backed, wireless headset that utilizes 40mm Pro-G audio drivers in order to provide the user with DTS X 7.1 surround sound. These offer a frequency response range of between 20- 20,000Hz, an input impedance of 32Ohms, as well as a sensitivity of 107dB.
The chassis is constructed from black metal and an adjustable head band. The earcups fit over-ear and are cushioned with a sports mesh padding that can be removed for handwashing. The extendable, noise-cancelling boom microphone has a unidirectional polar pattern. It can extend up to 4mm and has a frequency response range of 100 – 20,000Hz. It can be folded up when not in use. There is also a mic mute button and volume control roller behind the left earcup.
It has a battery life of 15 hours and has a range of up to 15m. Its dimensioned are 18.9 x 19.7 x 8.5 cm (7.44 x 7.76 x 3.35”) and weighs 380g (13.4oz.) It is compatible with Windows 7 or later, as well as macOS X10.11 or later.
WHAT WEBCAM DOES TSM_BJERGSEN USE?
TSM_Bjergsen uses a Logitech C922 webcam. This is a basic plug-and-play camera that can easily clip onto flat screens, although it can also be attached to a camera stand. It has two options for recording, namely at either 720p at 60fps or 1080p at 30fps. In addition to this, it also has the capability of a 78° field of view that can be adjusted or panned through its software.
It also comes with a tripod stand and three-month trial of XSplit.