|Country of Birth||Sweden|
|Birthday||April 30, 1996|
|Team||Start Date||End Date||Role|
|Klaj does it all||Nov 2015||Nov 2015||
|G Doge||Apr 2016||May 2016||
|GOTB||May 2016||Jul 2016||
|GOTB||Jul 2016||Oct 2016||
|ROC||Jan 2017||May 2017||
|DP||May 2017||May 2017||
|MRS||Jun 2017||May 2018||
|Gentside||May 2018||Nov 2018||
Erik "Treatz" Wessén started playing games at an early age, with the old SEGA console. His first one o PC was World of Warcraft, which he started playing after watching his brother play it for a year. He would get super into it and it was the first game where he got a taste of competitiveness - reaching Top 10 on the ladder after playing for a few years. He got into the competitive LoL scene after playing casually for a few years in Challenger/High Elo SoloQ whilst being in school. As soon as he finished school he decide to chase his passion which was to compete in the game at the highest level.
He started off playing Jungle competitively, but later changed to Mid Lane followed by Support. After playing a season as Support he wanted to change things up so he role-swapped to Top Lane. But after realizing quickly that supporting was his true calling he stuck with it ever since Season 7.
- Comes from Stockholm, Sweden.
- Known for his Rakan, Alistar and Thresh.
- Got his in-game name from playing World of Warcraft, after noticing he could could make a bunch of variations from Treatz (such as Triitz, Treetz, Treatzz, etc.) with similar pronunciation alt accounts.
- Outside of League, he enjoys golf and going to the gym.
- Reached Top 200 in Overwatch (in Season 3) and Top 10 in WoW 3v3 arena
|2016-12-17||5-8th||LVP Season 11 Playoffs||VGIA||0 : 2||vcf|
|2016-11-29||LVP Season 11 Round Robin||VGIA||8-7-3|
|2016-07-02||PMU Challenge 2016||GOTB||0 : 1||Melty|
|2016-06-19||Q||PMU Challenge 2016 Qualifier 3||GOTB||2 : 0||ESG|
|2016-06-11||NQ||PMU Challenge 2016 Qualifier 2||GOTB||0 : 2||MSF|
|2017-12-16||LVP SLO Season 13/Playoffs||MRS||0 - 3||GOTB|
|2017-11-29||LVP SLO Season 13||MRS||2-3-2|
|2018-11-17||Open Tour France 2018||Gentside||0 : 3||VIT|
|2018-09-23||5-8th||EU Masters 2018 Summer||Gentside||1 : 2||MAD|
|2018-06-03||Occitanie Esports 2018||Gentside||2 : 3||GO|
|5-8th||Solary Cup||Gentside||0 : 2|