|Country of Birth||Denmark|
|Birthday||October 13, 1996 (age 22)|
|Soloqueue IDs||NiP MrRalleZ, mMe MrRalleZ, GH MrRalleZ, SHC MrRalleZ, Dana 60 gs babay|
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Rasmus "MrRallez" Skinneholm was previously the bot laner for TSM Academy.
MrRalleZ joined his first competitive team, Gamehoppers.eu mid-way through the season. The team won Cups #2, #3, and #4 of 4Players.de Play4Fame 2012 May, but were knocked out in the quarterfinals of the monthly finals. They also finished 2nd in the SK Trophy June, Absolute Arena Cup 2, and the Absolute Arena Invitational, losing to Moscow Five in the final of each tournament. The team disbanded a few months later, with MrRalleZ going on to join Monomaniac eSports at the end of the season.
After the disbanding of the team early on in the season, both MrRalleZ and Zorozero went on to join Uncle Ruckus' Revenge. The team finished in 3rd place in the SoloMid EU Invitational 2 and won multiple cups in ESL Go4LoL 2013 March before finishing 2nd in the monthly finals. During this time, the team changed their name to Sinners Never Sleep. Due to their performance in the Go4LoL EU West Cup #135 in particular, the team qualified for the LCS Season 3 Go4LoL Summer Promotion Qualifier. They finished 1st, granting them a place in the EU LCS Summer Promotion. However, MrRalleZ was then replaced by Tabzz, and moved to a substitute position.
After the team qualified for the EU LCS Summer Season, the team's entire roster joined Lemondogs. MrRalleZ joined against All authority soon after, remaining as a sub on the roster of the LCS team. A few months later, he left both teams to join Ninjas in Pyjamas as a substitute. He left at the end of the season to join SUPA HOT CREW.
After winning the EUW Challenger Series - Week 16 Cup, MrRalleZ and his new team went on to participate in the LCS Spring Promotion. SUPA HOT CREW finished 2nd in the challenger stage, and progressed on to the promotion stage. MrRalleZ and the team thought that their LCS hopes were over after losing to SK Gaming in their promotion match-up, but after Lemondogs were removed from the Spring Split, the SUPA HOT CREW played a deciding match against MeetYourMakers to determine who would take their spot. MrRalleZ and the team won the game, and the slot to play in the Spring Split.
The Spring Split was not a success for MrRalleZ and the team, placing 7th overall. Their performance in the split meant that they would have to play in the Summer Promotion Tournament and fight for their spot in the Summer Split. MrRalleZ and the rest of the SUPA HOT CREW beat Cloud 9 Eclipse in their promotion match, securing their place in the next split.
The Summer Split was a huge improvement on the previous split, with SUPA HOT CREW fininshing 3rd, behind Alliance and Fnatic. The whole team performed extremely well over the split, with MrRalleZ excelling on Lucian and Kog'Maw in particular. The team's performance landed them a place in the Summer Playoffs. MrRalleZ and SHC lost to Team ROCCAT in the quarterfinals, but winning their 5th place match against Millenium meant that they would be sure of their place in the 2015 Spring Split.
After securing themselves a place in the next split of the LCS, MrRalleZ and the rest of the remaining SUPA HOT CREW roster was acquired by MeetYourMakers. The Spring Split was largely unsuccessful for MrRalleZ and the team, though they were refreshed by the additions of Jwaow and NoXiAK. Despite a great improvement in performances for the team towards the end of the split, they finished in 10th place after a tiebreaker loss to Giants Gaming, and were relegated.
Soon after, MrRalleZ left to join Team Gravy, where he played alongside Wickd and CozQ amongst others. The team competed in the EUCS Summer Qualifier, and were acquired by Denial eSports.Europe after progressing to the semifinals of the tournament. The team went unbeaten throughout, qualifying for the EUCS Summer Split after beating Ex Nihilo in their bracket final.
A few weeks later, MrRalleZ left the team to join Team ROCCAT, replacing Woolite, to compete in the LCS Summer Season. The split was relatively successful for MrRalleZ and the team, finishing the regular season in 5th place partly thanks to MrRalleZ's impressive performances on Kalista in particular. This meant they would qualify for the Summer Playoffs, where the team were beaten in the quarterfinals by Unicorns Of Love, meaning that they would pick up 20 Championship Points and go on to play in the 2015 Season Europe Regional Finals. Team ROCCAT went on to lose to eventual qualifiers Origen in Round 2 of the gauntlet.
In December 2015, Team ROCCAT announced they would loan MrRalleZ and Steve to an unnamed Challenger team for the 2016 spring season; however, the two instead joined LCS team Elements. Elements's roster for the 2016 season seemed weak to fans, and many expected them to be relegated; however, they were able to hang on to seventh place for the majority of the split to automatically requalify for the summer split without seeing any post-season play.
- Is 198 centimeters tall.
- This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
- January 22, Elements' MrRalleZ: 'We just worked hard and it paid off' with theScore
- March 12, MrRalleZ on Elements: 'We never really manage to practice how to play late game' with theScore
- June 4, MrRalleZ: moving organizations puts 'more pressure on us...it's about representing Schalke' with theScore
- January 16, EU LCS 2014 W1: Interview with SHC MrRallez (video) SK Gaming
- January 21, Supa tall dude, an interview with MrRalleZ with LoL Esports
- May 30, EU LCS 2014 Summer W2: Interview with SHC MrRallez (video) with SK Gaming
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