Tristan "Cake" Côté-Lalumière is a AD Carry and currently a free agent.. He was previously known as xPecake.
Tristan "Cake" Côté-Lalumière is from Montreal, Canada. Originally a mid laner, xPecake switched to AD carry when he joined Armata Gaming. The team tied for first place at LAN ETS 2013 and then won LAN ETS 2014, the largest Canadian LAN tournament. In 2013, the roster included Dragonrouge, Veelox, Doomtrobo, and Sarasun, and then the next year 1onz, Anda, and Too much rage joined Doomtrobo and xPecake.
xPecake was a substitute for Curse Academy from March to May 2014. He played in the Lone Star Clash 3 and then the play-in for the NACS Summer Series #1. He left the team in June.
In September 2014, xPecake joined Storm along with Lourlo, hairyabs, mandatorycloud, and babyeator. Originally the team was formed to attempt to qualify for the 2015 spring LCS via the Expansion Tournament. However, because their top laner Lourlo would not be 17 years old in time, they decided to wait until he would be eligible to compete to attempt to qualify. They are currently competing in the NACL New Year's Kick-off Tournament.
In March 2015, xPecake joined Dadslammers for the League One Powered by D!ngIt tournament, but after a sixth-place finish, the team disbanded. xPecake then joined Storm, and after Escalate Legion Gaming was disqualified from the AlphaDraft Challenger League, Storm took their place. However, they themselves were forced to drop out two weeks later when support Babyeator left the team and they couldn't find a suitable replacement in time in accordance with the ADCL roster change requirements. Storm played in the NACS Summer Qualifier under the name Maelstrom Gaming but were eliminated after a second-round loss to CLG Black. Soon after, the team disbanded.
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