|Player has retired.|
|Country of Birth||Malaysia|
|Birthday||July 28, 1997 (age 22)|
|Previous Role(s)||Top Laner|
|Soloqueue IDs||edl1ng, GG BenQ Betsy|
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Felix "Betsy" Edling is a League of Legends esports player, previously mid laner for Giants Gaming.
Felix "Betsy" Edling was born in Malaysia, but grew up in Sweden. He has previously lived in the United States, but currently lives in Sweden. Until season 3, Betsy was a top laner, but he switched to mid lane. Betsy's first apperance at a major tournament was at ASUS Republic of Gamers - Paris Games Week 2013, where he finished fourth with his team Poussins.Gaming. In March 2014 he joined Team Property. In 2014 he was also a sub player for H2k-Gaming.
In February 2015 Betsy replaced niQ as the mid laner of Gambit Gaming for week 5 of the EU LCS Spring Split on a temporary basis; his stay with the team was then extended to week 6, and ultimately after the team's record those two weeks was a combined 4-0, he was made the starting mid laner in place of niQ.
Gambit Gaming had a successful Spring Split, finishing 4th in the regular season, partially thanks to Betsy's impressive performances on Ahri and Ezreal in particular. The team's regular season performance meant that they would be playing in the Spring Playoffs. They were beaten 3-1 by Unicorns Of Love in the playoff quarterfinals.
Due to their 1st place finish at IEM Cologne, the team were invited to compete at the IEM Season IX - World Championship. After a Round 1 loss against the CJ Entus, Betsy and Gambit Gaming were knocked out of the tournament, losing to Team WE in Round 1 of the losers bracket.
Betsy and the team had an unsuccessful Summer Split, eventually finishing the regular season in 8th place. This meant that Gambit Gaming would be playing in the 2016 Spring Promotion. Betsy and the team faced mousesports, winning the series and securing their place in the 2016 Spring Season.
- Studied economics in school.
- Likes to play football.
- Has also played Call of Duty, World of Warcraft, and CS:GO.
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- March 4, Betsy on his breakthrough in the LCS and predictions for Katowice: ”I think Diamondprox will deliver” / [http://esport.aftonbladet.se/lol/jag-har-bra-sjalvfortroende-da-ar-det-latt-att-spela/ ”Jag har bra självförtroende, då är det lätt att spela” (Swedish)] with , and on Aftonbladet E-sport
- March 20, Gambit Betsy: "I am Really Happy to Play with Diamond as a Jungler" (video) with , and on Gambit Gaming
- July 3, Betsy's big break by , and on LoL Esports
- March 18, Betsy on ROCCAT's spring stuggles, the return of Azir and preparing for relegations with , and on The Score
- June 15, Betsy on showing up on stage: 'We play way better on stage…than in scrims' with , and on The Score
- August 6, Betsy: I look forward to my family with , and on Redbull
- March 17, Betsy: "A lot of players view criticism as personal attacks. A psychologist coming in was the turning point for us" with , and on The Shotcaller
- July 21, Betsy: “If Syndra and Orianna would not be in the game, the drafting process would be much harder.” with Darius Matuschak on The Shotcaller
- August 17, Betsy on the slow split: “Watching League is kind of boring, I think, at this point. It’s a bit too drawn out.” with , and on Kelsey Moser for Slingshot Esports
- January 27, Betsy: "Perkz isn't the best in the west. I think Nukeduck is better." with Erin "Yuka" Bower on LoL Esports
- August 7, Betsy: "Esports is a lot about contacts, rather than how you play." with Darius Matuschak on The Shotcaller
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- Archive:Global Contract Database/EU/2018-11-18 lol.gamepedia.com