Promisq

Promisq Domestic Career

2015

Hampus “Promisq” Mikael Abrahamsson began his LoL career under the name Sprattel. He briefly played for inFerno eSports before joining Elements in the  EU LCS. However, his team couldn’t gain any ground in the 2015 Summer Split and barely managed to avoid relegation after securing a seventh-place finish. In fact, Promisq was so underwhelming that he was replaced by Nyph after the fourth week of the competition.

2016

In the off-season, he changed his nickname to Sptrattel. With Nyph moving to a coaching position, he stayed on Elements for the 2016 Spring Split. But a new coach couldn’t turn around his bad luck, and Promisq struggled to stand up to the competition. With a measly 6-12 record, Elements once again finished the regular season in seventh place.

After such a disappointing showing, Promisq left the organization to join Schalke 04. His team spent the entirety of the 2016 Summer Split at the bottom of the EU LCS standings and quickly found itself relegated to the Promotion Tournament. There, Schalke were eliminated from the EU LCS after losing to Team ROCCAT and Misfits Gaming.

2017

Afterward, Promisq went on to play for Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) in the 2017 EU CS Spring Split. And while his team did reasonably well over the regular season, it suffered a crushing 2-3 defeat against Fnatic Academy in the playoffs.

This caused Promisq to move to Ninjas in Pyjamas (NiP). Together with his new teammates, he competed in the 2017 EU LCS Summer Split. However, NiP were a cut below the competition, and they finished the regular season with an abysmal 2-11 record. In the Promotion Tournament, a 1-3 loss to Giants Gaming knocked NiP down to the loser’s bracket. There, they were defeated by Promisq’s old team, Schalke 04.

2018

When Ninjas in Pyjamas were eliminated from the EU LCS, Promisq joined H2K Gaming.

Promisq International Tournaments

Over the course of his career, Promisq didn’t attend any international tournaments.