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promisq

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promisq
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Background Information
NameHampus Mikael Abrahamsson
Country of BirthSweden
Birthday3/4/1994
Competitive
TeamH2k-Gaming
RoleSupport
Alternate IDsEL promisQ, Ackiieqt aka zil
Hampus "promisq" Abrahamsson is a Swedish League of Legends player, currently playing as Support for H2k-Gaming. He was formerly known as sprattel.

Career History

promisq started to play League of Legends in season 3 and has made an extreme improvement. He gained high elo in his first season with playing support mainly.

2015

promisq is a relatively new player in the EU esports scene. He joined Elements in 2015 as their starting support, taking the place of Nyph. However, promisq's launch into the spotlight of professional esports didn't come without its missteps. He struggled in the 2015 EU LCS Summer Split and was swapped with substitute support Nyph after the fourth week of competition.</div>

2016

promisq is once again back in the support position for the 2016 EU LCS Spring Split, but he still needs to prove he has what it takes to be an LCS-starter. However, things didn't work out for him as Schalke 04 got eliminated from the LCS after losing to Misfits (1-3). On October 15th 2016, promisq announced that he is a free agent. On his tweet, he stated that although he is still under contract with Schalke04, he was given permission to look for other opportunities.

His free agency did not last long though, as he was picked up by another Challenger team - Paris Saint-Germain - where he will be playing alongside former teammate Steve, as well as Kirei, Pilot and Blanc.

Trivia

  • Played NHL/FIFA before moving to computer games.
  • Enjoys playing ice hockey.

Achievements

Media

Interviews


Articles & Videos

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017

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