|Birthday:||August 30, 1986|
|Peak League:||Challenger I (EUW)|
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Tomas "Karalius" Špiliauskas is a professional gamer from Lithuania.
He started playing video games at a very young age. From early 2003 to late 2008 he played Counter-Strike competitively. With a lot of LAN tournament experience under his belt, he moved on to different games to find his next passion. From mid 2006 he has been making a living playing poker.
In late 2009, Karalius discovered League of Legends, mainly playing on the NA server. Playing a lot of games and improving quickly he found himself playing with the biggest names in the scene: HotShotGG, Reginald, Elementz etc. His normal game ELO at the end of pre-season 1 was ~2300 (according to a bug that allowed you to look at your normal game ELO in the game log files) He played with a team that consisted of members like: fredy122, havoc24 who are quite known in the EU scene right now.
After season 1 launched, Karalius moved to the EU server. After leveling quickly he reached 2000 ELO in solo-queue and started competing in GO4LOL tournaments with his team: tictacs. Tictacs consisted of a few very well known players: yellowpete, fredy122, havoc24.
From early 2012, Karalius took a break from the game. He returned to League of Legends in August of 2012 when he reached ~2000 ELO on the North American Server, then moved to the EU-West server where he achieved ~2500 ELO. From December 2012 to April 2013, he played support for against All authority, until he was replaced by Dioud.
- From September 2012, Karalius changed his role from Jungle to Support.
- His current favorite champions are Sona Cho'Gath
- His Amumu jungle route was nerfed one week after the video was released.
|2012-11-03||ASUS ROG Paris Games Week 2012||against All authority 0 : 2 GSU Gaming|
- October 31st - Interviu su Tomu 'Karalius' Š. (Lithuanian) with VirtualNET.lt
- July 4th - Slayer nuomonė ir pasisakymai apie LoL (Lithuanian) with esports.lt
- January 17th - aL Lounge interview with Karalius with Absolute Legends
- March 3rd - Sjokz interview with Karalius from LCS