|Name:||Kristoffer Albao Lund Pedersen|
|Country of Birth:||Denmark|
|Birthday:||May 16, 1996|
|Soloqueue IDs:||Krislund96, MVP O váyne (EUNE), Heroic PraY4Kris, Gu Imp Sung bin, Krislund is Imp, RG Krislund, GSI Krislundddd, The Krislund|
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| Team History|
After time at both Team Cursive and Heroic eSports, he joined Tricked eSports under the name Krislund late on in the season. He played at DreamHack Winter 2013 with the team, but they could not make it out of their group.
At the start of the season the Tricked roster was picked up by Reason Gaming. With the team, Krislund played in Challenger Spring Series #2, where Reason came in 3rd, beating Team Coast Gold in the 3rd place match. This meant that the team would have a spot in the Spring Playoffs. Reason finished 4th in the playoffs, losing to Denial eSports.Europe in the 3rd place match. Krislund and the team also finished 4th at Copenhagen Games 2014.
He then left the team and joined Victory eSports, only spending a month with the organization before the team's roster was acquired by GSI Gaming. With GSI, Krislund participated at DreamHack Summer 2014, though the team could not make it out of their group.
Krislund substituted for Gambit Gaming in the 2015 Spring Promotion Tournament, replacing Genja as the AD carry. The team defeated SK Gaming Prime 3-1 in their match-up, meaning that Gambit would hold on to their spot in the LCS.
Soon after, Gambit announced that Krislund was to become their starting AD carry, fully replacing Genja. At the same time, Krislund changed his ID to P1noy. The reason given for the name change was that "Pinoy" is an informal term of Filipinos; P1noy himself being half-Filipino.
Due to their 1st place finish at IEM Cologne, the team were invited to compete at the IEM Season IX - World Championship. After a Round 1 loss against the CJ Entus, P1noy and Gambit Gaming were knocked out of the tournament, losing to Team WE in Round 1 of the losers bracket. Domestically, Gambit finished in fourth in the EU LCS regular season but then lost to Unicorns of Love in the playoffs, finishing tied for fifth. P1noy was replaced by FORG1VEN after the end of the split.
P1noy then took the decision to move to North America to play for Winterfox, replacing former Winterfox AD carry Altec for the NACS Summer Season. Their season was unsuccessful, and they finished in last place with a 1-9 record.
Still a substitute for Gambit Gaming, P1noy was called up by the team for the 2016 Spring Promotion to play as their starting AD carry in the place of FORG1VEN, who was still banned from competition for another 2 games. P1noy and the team faced mousesports, winning the series and securing the team's place in the 2016 Spring Season.
P1noy left Winterfox in October 2015 and stated that he still wanted to play in the LCS.
|2016-02-02||Europe||EUCS Spring 2016 - Week 2||Lucian||ADC||W||7/1/6||Link||Link|
|2017-02-12||Europe||EUCS Spring 2017 - Week 2||Caitlyn||ADC||W||6/1/2||Link||Link|
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|2017-03-04||Lyon e-Sport 10||Millenium 0 : 1 Eclypsia|
|2017-03-03||Challenge France 2017 Spring||Millenium 3 : 0 Team-LDLC|
|2016-07-05||2016 EUCS Summer Round Robin||Huma 2 : 2 : 1 Group Stage|
|2016-03-15||2016 EUCS Spring Playoffs||Copenhagen Wolves 2 : 3 Huma|
- January 19th - P1noy: "I don’t let my confidence get to me" with Fragbite
- March 13th - P1noy - "I’d love to play TSM to show that EU is better than NA" (video) with fragbite
- March 13th - AFK TV @ IEM Katowice 2015: Interview with Gambit P1noy English + BG Subs (video) with AFKTV
- March 20th - IEM Katowice: P1noy "Double AD caught us off-guard" (video) with SK Gaming
- March 24th - Gambit P1noy: "In the Other Regions They Don't Seem to Care as Much about Farming" with Gambit
- December 17th - p1noy Interview (video) with Richard Lewis
- December 21st - P1noy talks about the current Gambit roster: "Diamond really wants to win again" (video) with Fragbite
- December 28th - GMB P1noy - PentaKill Lucian (48s)
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