|Name||Kim Gang-yun (김강윤)|
|Country of Birth||South Korea|
|Birthday||July 11, 1995 (age 23)|
|Competitive IDs||Snowfall, Snow|
|Soloqueue IDs||눈설빼빼, CJ Entus 트릭, Jungler is Slave, Half Dardoch, MakeEuGreatAgain (KR), G2 Gimozzi (BR)|
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Kim "Trick" Gang-yun (Hangul: 김강윤) was previously the jungler for Galakticos.
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.
In late December, Trick moved to Europe to join G2 Esports as their new starting jungler. 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. 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." AD carry Emperor later stated that there had been an internal conflict within the team one day prior to the start of the event.
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- January 18, bbq Trick: "My ultimate goal was to always return to Korea" with Jaehoon "Laffa" Jeong and Woo "Ready" Hyun on Inven Global
- January 18, bbq Trick: "We were able to overcome our enemy with the power of chicken" with Hee Eun "Youii" Yoo and Woo "Ready" Hyun on Inven Global
- February 22, BBQ Trick: "Lee Sin will be affected the most by the removal of Tracker's Knife" with Ki-Baek "Juneau" Nam, Woo "Ready" Hyun, and Changsik "Alle" Son on Inven Global
- April 4, Trick chats about his pro League of Legends career and his proudest moment so far with Blitz Esports
- May 20, [MSI2017] G2 Trick on the finals against SKT T1: "Our goal is to not go down without a fight." with LoLEsports, transcription by Inven Global
- July 25, G2 Trick: “I heard no one has four straight (championships) in LCS or LCK, so I wanted to make the record.” with Kelsey Moser for Slingshot Esports
- October 7, Trick on why he enjoys practicing in Chinese solo queue even though the rest of G2 doesn't with Travis Gafford
- February 26, Trick and Kikis on G2's growth, Nidalee and playing in different regions with theScore
- May 6, G2 Trick, MSI, interview S6 with Millenium
- July 25, eSports - G2 Esports Trick Interview with Sport1
- August 29, G2 trick sees Mithy as MVP with Sport1
- September 27, Past to Present: The Story of Trick with theScore
- August 27, theScore esports votes for EU LCS Summer Split MVP by theScore
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