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NAME: Alberto Rengifo
COUNTRY OF BIRTH: Venezuela Venezuela
BIRTHDAY: February 6, 1993 (1993-02-06) (age 24)
ROLE: Staff.png Coach
SOLOQ IDs: d Crumbz
Phd Mundo
Sin Pact
Prof Crumbledore
Alberto Rengifo
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Mar 2011 - Apr 2011
Apr 2011 - Oct 2011
Team God Mode
Oct 2011 - May 2012
Team Curse
May 2012 - Feb 2015
Team Dignitas
Mar 2015 - Jun 2015
Jun 2015 - May 2016
May 2016 - ??? ????
Apex Gaming

Overview   Champion Statistics   Match History    

Alberto "Crumbzz" Rengifo is the former Coach for Apex Gaming. He is currently part of the broadcast team for SPOTV covering LCK.


Rengifo was born in Venezuela but moved to Vancouver, Canada when he was 14.


Crumbzz takes advantage of worthwhile opportunities when jungling, balancing between aggressive and passive depending on the situation, he makes use of his past experiences to try and secure the victory for his team.

League of Legends Career

Season 1

Crumbzz began playing League of Legends on August of 2010. On March of 2011, Crumbzz joined gaming clan DSO as their top laner. Crumbzz left team DSO mid April to join Team Godmode with h4ckerv2, illustrious3, kenikth, xxPhaxen, and samsterlicious.

Flying out to Atlantic city to attend IGN Proleague Season 3 - Atlantic City on October 6, 2011, Crumbzz played AP mid for Epik Gamer as a sub, as regular member Salce was unable to participate. Showing his versatility as a player, Crumbzz played extremely well with Epik Gamer, beating out v8 Esports 2-0 in the the first round and Team SoloMid 2-1 in the semi finals. Though losing to Dignitas 2-1 in the finals of IPL3, Epik Gamer was able to secure second place.

Immediately after IPL3, Crumbzz accepted an offer from Curse Gaming to become their new jungler, replacing former Curse Gaming member Lapaka. With his new team, Crumbzz was able to establish himself as a top North American jungler.

As one of the top 8 teams invited to the MLG 2011 - Providence qualifiers, Curse Gaming started off strongly by defeating Team Space Monkeys 2-0 in the Round of 32 and sweeping Leaguecraft Gaming 2-0 in the Round of 16. Unfortunately, Crumbzz and company would be knocked out of the MLG qualifiers in the quaterfinals, where they faced off against team Dignitas in a series that ended 2-1 in favor of Dignitas.

Season 2

As one of the American invitees for IEM Season VI - Global Challenge Kiev, Crumbzz was able to achieve a 5th/6th place finish with Curse Gaming, going 1-3 in the group stage by defeating White Lotus while falling to SK Gaming and Team SoloMid.[1] This placing would be reciprocated in the IEM Season VI - World Championship, where Crumbzz once again achieved a 5th/6th place finishing, this time advancing through the group stage 2-3 only to fall short against Counter Logic Gaming Prime in the Quarterfinals 2-0.[2][3]

Returning to America to compete in the IGN Proleague Season 4 - Las Vegas, Crumbzz once again attained a 5th/6th place finish, defeating Epik Gamer 2-0 in round one, but losing to Team SoloMid 2-0 in the second round, causing Curse to be knocked down to the loser's bracket where they would ultimately be eliminated by Monomaniac 2-1.

In May of 2012, Crumbzz announced his leave from Curse, as he would not be able to move into their future gaming house.[4] In the days following, Curse acquired former CLG jungler saintvicious as a replacement jungler for Crumbzz and Counter Logic Gaming welcomed Dignitas top laner Voyboy as their new top. As these roster changes left Dignitas without a top lane player, Crumbzz chose to join Dignitas to replace Voyboy, switching his role from jungler to top laner.

Once again proving his ability to play multiple roles at a high level, Crumbzz achieved a 3rd place finish in the MLG Pro Circuit - Spring Championship with team Dignitas as their new top lane player. Crumbzz and his teammates Scarra, Imaqtpie, L0cust, and I Will Dominate showed an impressive run during the tournament, defeating Team Green Forest 2-0 in the second round, Team Dynamic 2-1 in the third round, and Counter Logic Gaming Prime in the fourth round, advancing them to the winner bracket finals where they would face heavy favorite Team SoloMid. Unfortunately, they would fall to TSM 2-0 in the winner bracket finals, forcing them to face CLG Prime once again in a decisive Bo3 series, where they ended up being eliminated 2-0 from the MLG Spring Championship.[5]

Season 3

After beginning week one of LCS North America with losses to Curse and TSM respectively, Dignitas coordinated an impressive eleven game winning streak.

Dignitas ended the season in third place, which subsequently advanced the team to the Spring Playoffs where they sparred with sixth place finisher GGU in an all-important best of three. The set concluded with a final score of 1-2 in favor of GGU, Dignitas had failed to clinch a top four spot in the Summer Season lineup.

Crumbzz and his team must win a best of five against the victor of Team Summon vs. Fidelis in the Summer Promotion Tournament to claim a position in the NA LCS Summer Season lineup.

Season 4

During the Summer Playoffs, Crumbzz and Dignitas were matched against Team SoloMid in the quarterfinals. Despite winning the first game of a best of 5 series, Dignitas would go on to lose the next three games, effectively eliminating them.

Season 5

After the first two weeks in the Spring Split, Dignitas produced a record of a dismal 1-3. On February 2, 2015, Crumbzz announced his departure from the team[6]. His reasons for leaving included the large responsibility as being team captain. Dignitas then inserted CloudNguyen into the starting lineup the following week as a result.

Crumbz joined the LA Renegades with Alex Ich. The team finished 1st during the 2015 NA Challenger Series Summer Playoffs, beating Team Coast 3-2, and automatically qualified for 2016 NA LCS.


  • Favorite video game is Little Big Adventure 2 [7]
  • Ranked #1 on the NA Solo 5v5 ladder on numerous occasions
  • Infamous for his dominant
  • Ranked on the top 5 of the NA Solo 5v5 ladder with two different accounts simultaneously
  • Favorite champion is
  • Maintains a popular Grooveshark playlist
  • Finds human champions more intuitive to him than non-human champions.
  • He has played Mid Lane, Top Lane and Jungler competitively over his professional career.
  • Plays the saxophone.
  • Was part of the Season 3 World Championship expert group.[8]
  • Part of the On-Air Team for 2015 World Championship as Guest Analyst.[9]


Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2015-08-12 CS NA logo.png 2015 NA CS Summer 1st
3 : 2

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2014-12-21 Esltumbnail.png IEM Season IX - Cologne 3 - 4th
0 : 2

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2013-09-01 NA LCS.png Season 3 NA LCS Summer 4th
0 : 2
2013-03-15 MLG-Logo-Small.png 2013 MLG Winter Championship International Exhibition 3 - 4th
0 : 2

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2012-11-25 Tsm25.png SoloMid Series - Week 5 2nd
1 : 2
2012-10-28 Tsm25.png SoloMid Series - Week 2 3rd
FF : W
2012-09-02 RpPoints.png Season 2 North American Regional Finals 2nd
0 : 2
2012-08-07 Ipllogo small.png IPL Elites NA 1st
3 : 1
2012-07-29 Tsm25.png Solomid NA Invitational 5 1st
2 : 1
2012-06-10 MLG-Logo-Small.png MLG Pro Circuit - Spring Championship 3rd
0 : 2

Team Achievements
Date Event Results
2011-10-09 Ipllogo small.png IGN Proleague Season 3 - Atlantic City 2nd
1 : 2


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