Trick

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Trick
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Background Information
Name: Kim Gang-yun (김강윤)
Country of Birth: South Korea South Korea
Residency: News Label - Korea.png Korea
Competitive
Team: G2 Esports
Role: Jungler
Previous Role: Sub
Favorite champions:   
Alternate IDs: CJ Entus 트릭, Jungler is Slave, Half Dardoch
Peak League: ChallengerTier.png Challenger I (EU)
Peak League: ChallengerTier.png Challenger I (KR)
Social Media and Links
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Team History
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Dec 2014 - Nov 2015
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CJElogo std.png CJ Entus
Dec 2015 - Present
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G2logo std.png G2 Esports
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Kim "Trick" Gang-yun (김강윤) is the jungler for G2 Esports.

Biography

2015 Season

Kim "Trick" Gang-yun joined CJ Entus as a jungle substitute in December of 2014. He played his first game in July of 2015 against SBENU Sonicboom during SBENU Champions Summer 2015. He is currently a substitute for Ambition. CJ Entus placed third in the regular season but lost 3-0 to the KOO Tigers in the second round of playoffs. CJ had enough circuit points to qualify for the 2015 Season Korea Regional Finals but they lost 3-2 to the Jin Air Green Wings. Trick did not play in playoffs or the regionals. Trick left the team in November.

2016 Season

In late December, Trick moved to Europe to join G2 Esports as their new starting jungler.[1] The team quickly rose to prominence and recognition in the LCS, consistently tied for first place after each week, sometimes with H2k and sometimes also with Vitality, until the end of the split when they held first place with sole possession. With a quarterfinal bye, the playoffs also saw them strong, as they defeated both Fnatic and Origen 3-1 to win the season and secure an invitation to the Mid-Season Invitational.

Going into MSI, G2 Esports were seen as a favorite not to win, but to come in second place to the Korean representatives SK Telecom T1.[2][3] However, the team lost their first four games of the round robin and ultimately finished in fifth place, ahead of only SuperMassive eSports, and out of playoff contention - importantly, this placement meant that Europe would forfeit their Pool 1 seed at Worlds. In a statement published partway through the second day of play, G2 stated that their players had taken vacation time after a "rigorous Spring Split."[4] AD carry Emperor later stated that there had been an internal conflict within the team one day prior to the start of the event.[5]

Trivia

Current Season Statistics

EU LCS 2016 Summer Statistics
C G W L WR K D A KDA CS CSPM G GPM
10 7 3 70 2.6 1.8 10.7 7.39 164.9 4.14 14.47k 363
6 6 0 100 2.67 0.33 7.17 29.50 149.33 4.43 13.22k 392
5 5 0 100 3.6 2 7 5.30 158 4.74 13.14k 394
4 3 1 75 4.5 2 7.75 6.13 146.25 3.83 14.1k 369
4 2 2 50 3.5 2.25 5.5 4.00 155.5 4.73 12.23k 371
4 3 1 75 4.25 0.75 6.25 14.00 155 5.12 12.88k 426
2 2 0 100 0.5 1.5 5 3.67 194.5 4.54 15.5k 361
1 0 1 0 0 4 4 1.00 145 3.43 12.4k 293
Net: 36 28 8 77.8 3.06 1.58 7.69 6.79 158.22 4.38 13.61k 376
Click here for full 2016 season statistics.

Achievements

  • 2016
  • 2015
2015
Date Event Result
2016-08-28 2016 EU LCS Summer Playoffs Gold.png G2 Esports G2logo std.png 3 : 1 Splycelogo std.png Splyce
2016-07-31 2016 EU LCS Summer Season Gold.png G2 Esports G2logo std.png 10-8-0 Blanklogo std.pngGroup Stage (W/L)
2016-04-17 2016 EU LCS Spring Playoffs Gold.png G2 Esports G2logo std.png 3 : 1 Origenlogo std.png Origen
2015
Date Event Result
2015-08-19 SBENU Champions Summer 2015 Copper.png CJ Entus CJElogo std.png 0 : 3 KOOlogo std.png KOO Tigers

Interviews

  • 2016

External Links

Gallery

References

  1. G2 agrees terms with Emperor & Trick g2esports.com
  2. The Mid-Season Invitational Power Rankings espn.go.com
  3. MSI 2016 Power Rankings lolesports.com
  4. Club statement about MSI 2016 g2esports.com
  5. G2 Emperor Post on Facebook !! reddit.com