Betsy Domestic Career
Felix “Betsy” Edling began his LoL career on Poussins Gaming. He attended the ASUS Republic of Gamers – Paris Games Week 2013 event. His team secured a 2-1 record in the group stage and qualified for the playoffs, but its first game against OverGaming ended with a crushing defeat. With this loss, Poussins were knocked down to the loser’s bracket where they lost to EtNP.
Betsy briefly played for Team Property before joining Viking eSports. Together with his new teammates, he participated in DreamHack Winter 2014. Viking eSports showed up at the event, claiming the trophy without dropping a single game.
In spite of this success, Betsy moved to Gambit Gaming to replace their previous mid laner—niQ—in the 2015 EU LCS Spring Split. With his help, Gambit turned their bad luck around and qualified for the playoffs. Still, they ran out of steam in the Quarterfinals, losing the series against UOL with a 1-3 score.
Things didn’t get better in summer. Gambit struggled to stand up to the competition and finished the regular season in eighth place. With that, they were forced to play in the Promotion Tournament, but a quick 3-0 victory over Mousesports pulled them out of the danger zone.
In the off-season, Betsy joined Team ROCCAT. But a new team didn’t change the trajectory of Betsy’s career. Despite his best efforts, ROCCAT crumbled in the 2016 EU LCS Spring Split. Their 4-14 record amounted to a ninth-place finish, and that meant ROCCAT had to play in another Promotion Tournament. Still, they managed to hold on to their EU LCS slot with a 3-1 win over Huma.
They entered the 2016 Summer Split with high hopes. But it quickly became clear that ROCCAT were a cut below the competition. After securing a 2-6-10 record (wins-ties-losses) over the regular season, Betsy had to play in his third consecutive Promotion Tournament. This time, ROCCAT’s run came down to the wire, and they barely avoided relegation after scoring back-to-back victories against Millenium and Schalke 04.
The organization made some roster changes for the 2017 EU LCS Spring Split. At first, it seemed like these moves paid off, and even though ROCCAT didn’t break into the playoffs, they managed to avoid playing in the Promotion Tournament. But their development stagnated in the 2017 Summer Split, and their 5-8 record wasn’t enough to advance to the knockout stage.
In the off-season, Betsy signed with Giants Gaming.
Betsy International Tournaments
On Gambit Gaming, Betsy went to his first international tournament, the IEM Season 9 World Championship. However, a quick loss against CJ Entus knocked Gambit down to the loser’s bracket. There, they were eliminated by Team WE.