It’s been a long five years, but Kristoffer “P1noy” Pedersen is finally stepping back onto the LEC stage as G2 Esports’ substitute AD carry for the 2020 Spring Split, the organization announced today.
The last time P1noy played on an LEC stage, the league was still known as the EU LCS. He was the starting ADC for Gambit Gaming, alongside League of Legends players like legendary jungler Danil “Diamondprox” Reshetnikov, support Edward Abgaryan, and a 17-year-old Lucas “Cabochard” Simon-Meslet.
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You can never have too many ADC’s 😉 Welcome @P1noyLoL to the G2 League of Legends roster as our new substitute! *Pending Riot Approval https://t.co/yixJZUvcLS
That year, Gambit finished in fourth during the regular season but eventually lost to Unicorns of Love in the first round of the playoffs. This ended up being the last time P1noy played on an LEC stage. He floated around various leagues, going from the NACS, LFL, and LCL before finally ending up on G2.
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