Jetpacks

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Background Information
Name: Jonathan Bergius
Country of Birth: Norway Norway
Birthday: November 5, 1994 (1994-11-05) (age 22)
Region: News Label - Europe.png Europe
Competitive
Team: SK Gaming
Role: Roam
Previous Roles: Jungle, Lane
Alternate IDs: jetpacks(EU)
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Team History
Feb 2015 - Apr 2015Logo std2.png R3D Team 2
Apr 2015 - Nov 2015Logo std2.png R3D Team 1
Nov 2015 - Dec 2015Logo std2.png R3D Chimaera
Dec 2015 - Jan 2016SKlogo std.png SK Chimaera
Jan 2016 - Mar 2016SKlogo std.png SK Prometheus
Mar 2016 - Apr 2016SKlogo std.png SK Chimaera
Apr 2016 - July PresentSKlogo std.png SK Gaming
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Jonathan "jetpacks" Bergius is the roamer for SK Gaming.

Biography

Jonathan "jetpacks" Bergius was born in Drammen, Norway on the 5th of November, 1994. jetpacks graduated from the Høgskolen i Sørøst-Norge in 2016 with a Bachelor in Economics and Management. He now is a full-time Vainglory professional player.

Before playing Vainglory, jetpacks played competitively in Fates Forever on iOS for Smack Camp, jetpacks was a top 10 player before moving to Vainglory.

jetpacks started playing Vainglory during its beta in August 2014, and has been playing since it's release in November 2014.

Vainglory Career

2015

In February, jetpacks joined MYQ's team R3D, competing in VGL and ESL Cups. The team dominated the competition.

R3D Chimaera competed in the VGL EU Autumn Qualifier 1 and 2, qualifying for the EU Autumn 2015 Championship. Just before the Live Championship SK Gaming acquired R3D and the team played under the name SK Chimaera, placing 4th at the Live Championship.

2016

Jetpacks made the move over to SK Prometheus, bring WalDeMar with him. SK Prometheus wins the EU VGL Winter 2016 Qualifier 2.

Around June, SK Gaming drops the SK Chimaera and SK Prometheus team names and creates one roster to compete under the SK Gaming name.

jetpacks stepped away from the Vainglory competitive scenes from June to August to complete an internship in marketing at a startup. He returned to SK Gaming in Septemeber to compete in the EU Evil Eight - Autumn Season 2016, as the dedicated Roamer for the team. SK Gaming faced relegation in split 1, but defended their spot against FluffyChickens in the Autumn 2016 Challenge Battles 1.

2017

SK Gaming adds KValafar and Tyruzz to the roster in February jetpacks stays in the Roam position and Raph moves into the substitute position.

Trivia

  • jetpacks has played in a band since he was 14. He mainly plays the electric guitar but can play the bass, keyboard and drums as well. He plays the bass in the song "Forget Why Remember How" by Morgan Olai.
  • jetpacks has been playing MOBA's since DOTA 1. He's played Heroes of Newerth, League of Legends, DOTA2 and SMITE as well.
  • jetpacks likes to play other games as well, such as CS:GO, Civilisation and Minecraft.

Achievements

Achievements
Date Place Event Team Roster
2017-05-21 A55 - 8th VG8 Spring 2017 Unified Championship SKlogo std.png SK KValafar • Tyruzz • jetpacks
2017-04-30 A33rd EU Vainglory 8 - Spring 2017 Split 2 SKlogo std.png SK Tyruzz • jetpacks • KValafar • Raph
2017-04-02 A22nd EU Vainglory 8 - Spring 2017 Split 1 SKlogo std.png SK KValafar • Tyruzz • jetpacks • Raph
2016-11-06 A55th EU Evil Eight - Autumn 2016 Split 2 SKlogo std.png SK Aidslip • Raph • jetpacks
2016-10-09 A77th EU Evil Eight - Autumn 2016 Split 1 SKlogo std.png SK Cr3am • jetpacks • Bayu • Raph • Aidslip
2016-04-17 A55 - 8th EU VGL Spring 2016 Qualifier 1 SKlogo std.png SKChim WalDeMar • jetpacks • Raph
2016-03-20 A55 - 6th EU Winter 2016 Championship SKlogo std.png SKProm WalDeMar • Raph29 • jetpacks
2016-02-28 A11st EU VGL Winter 2016 Qualifier 2 SKlogo std.png SKProm Raph29 • TetnoJJ • L3on • jetpacks
2016-01-31 A66th EU VGL Winter 2016 Qualifier 1 SKlogo std.png SKProm Raph29 • TetnoJJ • L3on • jetpacks

Interviews

  • 2016
  • 2015

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