Trick

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Trick
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BACKGROUND INFORMATION
NAME: Kim Gang-Yun
COUNTRY OF BIRTH: South Korea South Korea
TEAM: G2 Esports
ROLE: Jungler Icon.png Jungler
LEAGUE INFORMATION
MOST PLAYED:
 
 
STATISTICS: BestGG.png
SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS
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TEAM HISTORY
Dec 2012 - Nov 2015
CJ Entus
Dec 2015 - Present
G2 Esports
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Overview   Champion Statistics   Match History    


Kim "Trick" Gang-Yun is the Jungler Icon.png Jungler for G2 Esports.

Biography

2015 Season

Trick was on CJ Entus during the 2015 LCK Summer Split as a sub but didn't see much play.

2016 Season

Trick as picked up by G2 Esports near the end of 2015. The team entered the EU LCS with high hopes. Finishing the regular season of the 2016 EULCS Spring Split in 1st place with a very impressive 15-3 record, G2 was one of the favorites in the playoffs. In the 2016 EULCS Spring Playoffs, G2 would defeat the former kings of Europe Fnatic (3-1) and then they would take down EU powerhouse Origen (3-1) to win their first EU LCS title in their first split. This would also qualify them for the 2016 Mid-Season Invitational. Trick would also be placed in the All-Pro Team and win the MVP of the Split award.

At MSI, G2 Esports were one of the favorites but internal issues caused them to massively underperform. Finishing 5th with a 2-8 record, G2 lost Europe's Pool 1 Seed at the 2016 World Championship.

G2 revamped their roster for the 2016 EULCS Summer Split, adding superstar bottom lane Zven and Mithy, as well as adding Expect in the Top Lane after Kikis' departure. In the regular season, G2 went undefeated finishing in 1st place with 10 wins and 8 draws. Entering the 2016 EULCS Summer Playoffs as heavy favorites, G2 defeated Unicorns of Love (3-1) in the Semifinals and then the massively improved Splyce squad (3-1) in the Finals to win their second EU LCS title in a row. This would also qualify them for the 2016 World Championship as Europe's #1 seed. Trick was once again placed in the All-Pro Team and won his second MVP of the Split award in a row.

G2 was then drawn in Group A along with LCK champions ROX Tigers, NA's second seed Counter Logic Gaming and IWCQ winner Albus NoX Luna.

Trivia

  • Is NOT Trick2g, and is sometimes mistaken for him.
  • There is another player, Trick, who plays in NA.
  • Awarded MVP of the Split in 2016 EU LCS Spring.

Current Statistics

2017 EU LCS Summer Split

G2 Esports
Champs G W L W% K D A KDA CS CSPM

Kha'Zix
2 2 0 100% 12 2 14 13 247 4.8

Graves
1 0 1 0% 0 3 2 0.7 185 5.3

Gragas
1 0 1 0% 2 4 1 0.8 165 4.5

Nidalee
1 0 1 0% 0 2 0 0 146 4.9

Lee Sin
1 0 1 0% 0 1 2 2 141 5.4
T 6 2 4 33.3% 14 12 19 2.8 884 4.9
For more Champion Statistics CLICK HERE

Achievements

2016 Tournaments
Date Event Results
2017-05-21 2017 Mid-Season Invitational.png 2017 Mid-Season Invitational A22nd
1 : 3
2017-04-23 EU LCS.png 2017 EU LCS Spring A11st
3 : 1
2017-02-26 Esltumbnail.png IEM Season XI - World Championsip A22nd
0 : 2

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2016-10-06 Worlds Logosmall.png 2016 World Championship B313 - 16th
1 - 5 Groups/RR
2016-08-28 EU LCS.png 2016 EU LCS Summer A11st
3 : 1
2016-05-08 2016 Mid-Season Invitational.png 2016 Mid-Season Invitational A55 - 6th
2 - 8 Groups/RR
2016-04-17 EU LCS.png 2016 EU LCS Spring A11st
3 : 1

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2015-04-11 Ogn logo.png 2015 LCK Spring A33rd
10 - 4 Groups/RR

Individual Awards
Date Event Award Team
2017-04-08 EU LCS.png 2017 EU LCS Spring All-Pro Team (Jungle)

Individual Awards
Date Event Award Team
2016-08-27 EU LCS.png 2016 EU LCS Summer Split MVP
2016-08-10 EU LCS.png 2016 EU LCS Summer All-Pro Team (Jungle)
2016-03-24 EU LCS.png 2016 EULCS Spring Split MVP
2016-03-24 EU LCS.png 2016 EULCS Spring All-Pro Team (Jungle)

Interviews

Other Contents

Gallery


  • 2017 MSI

  • 2016 EU LCS Spring

  • 2015 LCK Spring

Discussions

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References