Promise

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Promise
Promise.jpg
Background Information
NameCheon Min-ki (천민기)
Country of Birth
South Korea
Residency
KR
Korea
Competitive
Role
Bot Laner
Favorite Champs

Competitive IDsFimir
Soloqueue IDsahq K Promise, Fimir
Social Media & Links
Infobox Twitchlogo std.png

Cheon "Promise" Min-ki (Hangul: 천민기) is a retired League of Legends esports player, previously bot laner for Hoon Good Day. He was previously known as Fimir.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
KR
NaJin Swordlogo std.pngNaJin Sword
May 20122012-05-29[2]Jun 20122012-06-10[1]12d
ejel
KR
AHQLogo std.pngahq Korea
Feb 20132013-02-15[4]May 20132013-05-04[3]2mo 17d
ejel
KR
Logo std.pngHoon Good Day
May 20132013-05-05≈Jun 2013≈2013-06-??≈27d
ejel
TeamStartEnd
KR
NaJin Swordlogo std.pngNaJin Sword
May 20122012-05-29[2]Jun 20122012-06-10[1]12d
ejel
KR
AHQLogo std.pngahq Korea
Feb 20132013-02-15[4]May 20132013-05-04[3]2mo 17d
ejel
KR
Logo std.pngHoon Good Day
May 20132013-05-05≈Jun 2013≈2013-06-??≈27d
ejel

News

2012

KR
NaJin Swordlogo std.pngNJ SWDMay 29, Team is formed.
MakNooN,
MulrOc,
SSONG,
Cain, and
Fimir join.
[2]
KR
NaJin Swordlogo std.pngNJ SWDJune 10,
watch and
Troll Kim join.
Cain (Bot to Support) changes position.
MulrOc and
Fimir leave.[1]

2013

KR
AHQLogo std.pngahq.KRFebruary 15,
TrAce,
ActScene,
HooN,
Promise, and
Loray join.
[4]
KR
AHQLogo std.pngahq.KRMay 4, Ahq e-Sports Club releases the sponsorship of the Korean squad.
TrAce,
ActScene,
HooN,
Promise, and
Loray leave.[3]
KR
Logo std.pngHGDMay 5, 훈수좋은날 is formed with from the former AHQ Korea squad.
TrAce,
ActScene,
HooN,
Promise, and
Loray join.
KR
Logo std.pngHGDJune (approx.),
ŁØAÐ joins.

Promise leaves.

Biography[edit]

Cheon "Promise" Min-ki joined ahq e-Sports Club Korea in February 2013, when the team was formed with himself, HooN, TrAce, ActScene, and Loray as its roster. They qualified for Champions Spring 2013 and were placed into Group B. Despite high expectations for the team, they placed fifth in their group, ahead of Incredible Miracle but out of playoff contention. In March 2014, Promise wrote a post on Inven accusing his former coach and teammate ActScene of engaging in match-fixing, claiming that their coach had told them they must lose to "big-company" teams in order to be permitted to play in OGN.[5][6] He then attempted to commit suicide, and though he survived the attempt he ended up in the hospital. After conducting an investigation, KeSPA found that Promise was guilty of matchfixing, but no other of his teammates were, despite Promise's accusation of ActScene.[7][8]

Trivia[edit]

Tournament Results[edit]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

Promise Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultRoster
2013-06-159 - 12 Champions 2013 Spring
0-4-1Blanklogo std.pngRR
AHQLogo std.pngahq.KR TrAce,  ActScene,  HooN,  Promise,  Loray
2013-06-145 - 8 NLB 2013 Spring
1 : 3KT Rolsterlogo std.pngKT B
Logo std.pngHGD TrAce,  ActScene,  HooN,  Promise,  Loray
2013-03-23Q Champions 2013 Spring Qualifiers
2 : 1Logo std.pngVTG
AHQLogo std.pngahq.KR TrAce,  ActScene,  HooN,  Promise,  Loray

Media[edit]

  • 2014

Redirects

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References