|Name||Gabriel Bohm Santos|
|Country of Birth|
|Birthday||April 2, 1996 (age 26)|
|Soloqueue IDs||paiN KamiKat, Kami|
|Social Media & Links|
Gabriel "Kami" Bohm Santos is a retired League of Legends esports player, currently streamer for paiN Gaming.
|paiN Gaming||≈Dec 2011≈2011-12-??||Nov 20202020-11-23||≈8yr 11mo|
|paiN Gaming||Nov 20202020-11-23||Present||1yr 5mo|
|PNG||December (approx.), |
|PNG||January 10, Venon (Analyst to Analyst/Sub/Top) and Riyuuka (Streamer to Streamer/Sub/Support) change positions. |
Kami becomes inactive.
|PNG||September 6, |
Kami becomes active.
|PNG||January 7, |
Kami's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.
Key's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020. Xero (Head Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 30 May 2020.
|PNG||November 23, |
Kami retires and moves to streamer.
After winning the Riot Latin America Cup 2014 Grand Final, paiN Gaming qualified as the Latin American team for IEM San Jose. They attended with a roster consisting of Leko, SirT, Kami, Lactea, and Olleh and were eliminated in the quarterfinals, losing to Cloud9 0-2 and tying for fifth place in the tournament with Lyon Gaming.
At Worlds, paiN were seeded into Group A along with Flash Wolves, KOO Tigers, and Counter Logic Gaming. They picked up two wins in the group, against eventual group winners Flash Wolves in the first week and then against CLG in the second week, and their 2-4 overall record and 1-1 head-to-head with CLG left them tied for third place, not advancing from groups. Despite their immediate elimination, paiN's group stage run was seen as a major success: they were the first Wildcard team to win more than one game at a World Championship and also the first Wildcard team to finish higher than sole possession of last place in their group. Additionally, they looked good in some of their losses: their second game against Flash Wolves lasted 52 minutes and could have gone either way at multiple points.
- Kamikat was the highest ranked Brazilian in the high ELO ladders in Seasons 1 and 2 on the NA servers.
- When the Brazilian server was created, Kami transferred his account and became top Elo by the end of Season 2.
- He was highly regarded for his Warwick plays early on his career.
- He is known to doodle in Microsoft Paint during streams, especially Anivia.
- Was the highest lolking/LP score on any League of Legends server to date. With 3471 LKS and 1316 LP.
- His favorite champion is Ezreal.
- Considered by many to be one of the best overall players in Brazil.
- He likes to play Ziggs and Cho'Gath on Solo Queue.
- Frequently buys Mejai's Soulstealer in Solo Queue, even if not fed.
- He likes to play AP Ezreal.
- Known for his Anivia, Gragas, Ahri, Lux, Zed, Kha'Zix and Karthus.
- After the Riot Season 3 Brazilian Championship he became the meme "Vai chorar?" ("Gonna cry?") due to his ironic looking face.
- Despite being the Brazilian Top 1 for a long time he returned to Diamond I due to inactivity for playing at Gamescom 2013.
- He likes to improve his reflexes playing the Touhou game collection while waiting for the queue to pop.
- Despite being a key player for the Riot Season 3 Brazilian Championship win, he didn't want to be the one to lift the trophy.
- He loves the anime One Piece and plays a browser game based on the saga when waiting for queue, named Kaizoku Project.
- Two weeks after he returned to Diamond I, he is already a Challenger with 2920 LKS and 528 LP.
- He likes Ahri because of her joke: "If you'd like to play with me, you'd better be sure you know the game."
- He was the first Brazilian player to have over 10,000 viewers simultaneously on his stream.
- He's openly homosexual.
- Portrayed as Ahri in the CBLoL 2015 official wallpaper.
- Called the "Brazilian Faker" by Brazilian fans.
- He stepped away from competitive play in January 2018 to focus on personal projects and to study to become an airplane pilot. Many considered this as his retirement, although he never officially announced it as such. He eventually announced his return to competitive LoL in September 2019, but officially announced his retirement in November 2020.
- In CBLOL 2017 Split 1 Playoffs, Kami played Katarina in a game against YoDa, a fellow Katarina main, and lost. After winning one of the game's teamfights, YoDa jokingly stated Kami doesn't know how to play the champion. This has become a running gag in the Brazilian community.
|2014-09-25||Brazil||X5 Mega Arena 2|
- Click here for a full list of pentakills by all players.
This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
|Kami (Gabriel Bohm Santos) 1v1 Tournament Results|
|2015-11-29||9 - 16||All-Star 2015 IWC Melbourne||CBLOL||0 : FB Carbon|
|2014-10-18||5 - 8||Red Bull Player One 2014||PNG||0 : 2 Takeshi|
- September 27, Best Of Kami "Brazilian Pro Player" - Funny Montage (3m34s)
- January 30, Kami: "We'll put on a good show for you!" (video) with , and on ESL TV
- August 22, Kami & paiN Gaming Advance to the International Wildcard Finals (video) with , and on GameSpot
- January 6, paiN: Kami: "It's not possible to invest in an unstable scene" with , and on GosuGamers
|2020-02-13||LVP SLO 2020 Spring|
The following pages redirect here:
- paiN Gaming's Tweet (Portuguese) twitter.com
- CBLoL 2018 - Primeira Etapa: Calendário e Escalações Oficiais (Portuguese) br.lolesports.com
- paiN Gaming's Tweet (Portuguese) twitter.com
- GCD Archive Pages: before change - BR - 2019-11-22; after change - BR - 2020-01-07
- Mic Aberto: Red Canids x paiN Gaming (Portuguese/Video) youtube.com