|Country of Birth||Sweden|
|Birthday||May 26, 1995 (age 24)|
|Soloqueue IDs||mute all min 0|
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Hampus "Fox" Myhre is a League of Legends esports player, previously mid laner for eUnited. He was previously known as watdefox.
Hampus "watdefox" Myhre joined SK Gaming Prime on May 14, 2014 when the team reformed with a new lineup including himself, SmittyJ, Gilius, Zyzz, and Zytan. SK Prime played in the first summer series of the EUCS but were eliminated in the quarterfinals by H2k, losing 0-2.
After Kikis replaced Gilius in the jungle, the team won the second EUCS Summer Series and then competed in the EUCS Summer Playoffs, finishing in second place; however, they lost 3-1 to Gambit Gaming at the Spring Promotion tournament and so did not qualify for the LCS. Watdefox left SK Prime on October 23, when the roster disbanded.
The Spring Split was a huge success for Fox and SK Gaming, finishing 1st in the regular season and losing only 3 games in the process, partly thanks to Fox's impressive performances on a range of champions including Zed and LeBlanc. Fox also picked up the Weekly MVP award for Week 7 of the split.
Due to SK being in 1st place in the Spring Split at the specified cutoff date, the team were invited to compete at the IEM Season IX - World Championship. After a Round 1 win against the yoe Flash Wolves, SK Gaming lost to GE Tigers in Round 2 of the winners bracket, putting them into Round 2 of the losers bracket. Fox and SK Gaming were then knocked out by yoe Flash Wolves after losing to the Taiwanese team in their 2nd meeting at the tournament.
The team's regular season performance meant that SK Gaming would have a bye to the semifinals of the Spring Playoffs, where they would fall to Unicorns Of Love in a tight series, and become the first regular season 1st place finishers to fall in the semifinals of playoffs in LCS history. They went on to lose the third-place match to H2k-Gaming, securing themselves 30 Championship Points for the split.
The Summer Season was far less successful for Fox and the team, ultimately finishing the regular season in 9th place. This meant that they would have to fight for their LCS status in the 2016 Spring Promotion, where they faced Gamers2. A well-fought series eventually saw SK Gaming, who had been a part of the European LCS since it's conception, lose their place in the LCS.
At the start of the season, Fox joined Unicorns Of Love. After Fnatic withdrew from IEM San Jose due to medical problems, Unicorns Of Love took their spot, fielding Hylissang and Vizicsacsi from their 2015 roster along with new members Gilius, Fox, and Steeelback. They were eliminated in the quarterfinals of the tournament by Counter Logic Gaming. UOL finished in fifth place in the LCS, after being forced to replace Diamondprox in the jungle due to visa issues. They were eliminated in the quarterfinals by Origen.
After not playing a competitive match in over two and a half years, Fox announced his return and roleswap to the bot lane on October 8.
This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
- February 16 - SK Gamings Fox: "Vi har goda chanser att prestera bra internationellt." (Swedish) with fragbite
- March 10 - EU LCS 2015: Fox "I still think I'm better than Febiven" (video) with SK Gaming
- March 14 - SK Fox: ”GE levde upp till hypen, men de är inte oslagbara” (Swedish) / SK Fox: ”GE lived up to the hype, but they’re not unbeatable” with Aftonbladet E-sport
- February 2 - Player Cards - SK Gaming by Gold Per 10
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