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Player Information
Per Anders Olsson Lille
September 19, 1992 (1992-09-19) (age 28)
Alternate IDs:
Signature Hero:
Queen of Pain Sniper Mirana
Approx. Total Earnings:
2009-03-27 — 2009-??-??
2009-09-09 — 2009-12-19
2010-05-18 — 2010-05-20
2010-05-20 — 2010
2010 — 2011
2011-??-?? — 2011-07-20
Dota 2:
2011-08-11 — 2011-11-23
2011-10-24 — 2012-01-13
2012-01-13 — 2012-02-06
2012-02-06 — 2012-10-15
2012-10-16 — 2013-12-13
2014-02-16 — 2014-05-13
2014-05-13 — 2014-08-??
2014-08-11 — 2015-01-08
2015-01-07 — 2015-08-18
2015-08-30 — 2016-01-02
2016-01-02 — 2016-03-??
2016-05-?? — 2016-08-25
Digital Chaos (Coach)
2016-12-27 — 2017-07-31
2017-09-05 — 2017-09-26
2017-09-26 — 2018-09-05
2018-11-27 — 2019-01-03
2019-05-04 — 2019-09-20
Upcoming Matches
No Upcoming Matches
Upcoming Tournaments
No upcoming tournaments

Per Anders Olsson "Pajkatt" (pronounced paɪkʰæt) Lille is a Swedish professional Dota 2 player who is currently teamless. In the past he has played for a multitude of teams, including CLG,, Alliance, Natus Vincere, OpTic Gaming and OG. He last coached for Ninjas in Pyjamas.



Pajkatt established himself in the DotA scene as a player for Xeo Divine in 2009. His first top team was "Ben's Fuck Buddies",[1] but he only played with them for a few weeks.[2] He continued to stand-in for a bunch of teams over the next months, and in May 2010 he finally joined "Ducky's Dream Team" on a permanent basis.[3] He played ESWC with the team but then proceeded to join players like KuroKy and Puppey in a sequence of teams, most notably GGnet.[4] His last team in DotA was with Fear, ComeWithMe, Lacoste and a few others.[5]

Dota 2[edit]

Pajkatt transitioned to Dota 2 together with his team in time for The International 2011.[6] They finished at 7-8th place in the tournament, and Pajkatt notably had the highest average gold per minute over the whole tournament of all players.[7]

Two months later Evil Geniuses announced the recruitment of a Dota 2 squad, with Pajkatt being a part of it together with Fear, DeMoN, MiSeRy and PlaymatE.[8] The team would be sent to China for a two-month bootcamp to improve and compete with Asian teams.[8] After the homecoming Pajkatt left EG to instead join his old teammates and countrymen Loda, Akke and Mirakel in eXperience Gaming, abbreviated xP.[9] They were picked up by Counter Logic Gaming in February 2012.[10] Under this flag they got many good results, they won BeyondTheSummit World Tour and finished runner-ups in The Premier League Season 2 and ProDOTA World League Season 1.

On October 16th 2012, it was announced that Pajkatt would be joining, along with Brax, MiSeRy, 1437, and God.[11] Their first result as a team would come in December, when they won Gigabyte E-Sports Tournament after beating their sister team in the finals. In March 2013 they lost a hard-fought final of the G-League 2012 Season 2 to invictus Gaming.

On December 13th 2013, citing communication issues and failing to renew his visa, he announced his departure from[12] Pajkatt went on to join mousesports on May 13th, 2014 where they achieved, most notably, a 4th position finish in Asus ROG DreamLeague Season1, where they lost 0:2 to Team Empire. In The International 2014 they went out 11th - 12th to Newbee who went on to win the tournament. In the post TI4 player shuffle, Pajkatt remained on Mouz but banded up with qojqva, SingSing, EGM, and BuLba to form the star-studded Team Tinker, a 'temporary' team created to participate in i-League Europe-Americas qualifiers.

On July 31st 2017, it was announced that Pajkatt left Natus Vincere.[13]


  • "Pajkatt" is Swedish and translates to "Piecat".
  • Pajkatt achieved the very first Rampage in competitive Dota 2, with Sniper, in a match between his team and Virus Gaming during The International 2011.
  • Enjoys indoor climbing.[14]


2018-08-23GA7 - 8thA0Tier 1The International 2018The International 2018OpTic Gaming1 : 2$638,304
2018-06-09EA5 - 6thA0Tier 1China Dota2 SupermajorChina Dota2 SupermajorOpTic Gaming0 : 2$90,000
2018-05-27BA2ndA0Tier 1ESL One Birmingham 2018ESL One Birmingham 2018OpTic Gaming0 : 3$200,000
2018-04-15AA1stA1Tier 2StarLadder ImbaTV Invitational Season 5StarLadder ImbaTV Invitational Season 5OpTic Gaming3 : 1$135,000
2017-12-10BA2ndA1Tier 2ROG MASTERS 2017ROG MASTERS 2017OpTic Gaming2 : 3$58,800
2017-11-25AA1stA1Tier 2Midas Mode - North AmericaMidas Mode - North AmericaOpTic Gaming3 : 2$18,000
2015-12-06BA2ndA0Tier 1Game Show Global eSports Cup Season 1Game Show Global eSports Cup Season 14 Clover & Lepricon1 : 3$65,000
2015-06-07BA2ndA0Tier 1joinDOTA MLG Pro League Season 2joinDOTA MLG Pro League Season 2Alliance1 : 2$41,812
2014-11-02BA2ndA0Tier 1Dota 2 Champions League Season 4Dota 2 Champions League Season 4Team Tinker0 : 3$19,059
2014-06-16DA4thA0Tier 1DreamLeague Season 1DreamLeagueDreamLeague Season 1Mousesports0 : 2$26,000
Complete list of results in any tournament
2019-08-18QA17 - 18thA0Tier 1The International 2019The International 2019Ninjas in Pyjamas0/3/5Grp S.$85,825
2019-06-26IC9 - 12thA0Tier 1EPICENTER Major 2019EPICENTER Major 2019Ninjas in Pyjamas0 : 2$15,000
2019-06-16AA1stA1Tier 2StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 2StarLadder ImbaTV Dota 2 Minor Season 2Ninjas in Pyjamas3 : 2$125,000
2019-05-30IA9 - 10thA1Tier 2ESL One Birmingham 2019ESL One Birmingham 2019Ninjas in Pyjamas1/2/2Grp S.$5,000
2019-05-11EA5 - 6thA0Tier 1MDL Disneyland® Paris MajorMDL Disneyland® Paris MajorNinjas in Pyjamas1 : 2$60,000
2016-08-13BA2ndA0Tier 1The International 2016The International 2016Chaos Esports Club1 : 3$3,427,126
2016-06-09IC9 - 12thA0Tier 1The Manila Major 2016The Manila Major 2016Chaos Esports Club1 : 2$45,000
Complete list of coaching results in any tournament









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  2. "BFB Sponsored". GosuGamers. 2009-12-19. Retrieved 2013-03-10.
  3. Linus "Tjernobylbarnet" Staaf (2010-05-17). "DDT back with stable roster". GosuGamers. Retrieved 2013-03-10.
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  8. 8.0 8.1 Samuel "DarthBotto" Horton (2011-10-24). "EG acquires Dota 2 team". SK Gaming. Retrieved 2013-03-10.
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  10. "HotshotGG" (2012-02-06). "CLG Expands to DoTA 2, Welcome Our New Team!". Retrieved 2013-03-11.
  11. "Jaywalker" (2012-10-16). " is confirmed". joinDOTA. Retrieved 2013-03-11.
  12. Eric "reinnnn" Khor (2013-12-13). "Pajkatt and Misery leave LGD.Int; team flirting with disbandment". GosuGamers. Retrieved 2013-12-15.
  13. "Pajkatt and Biver leave Na`Vi.G2A". Natus Vincere. 31 July 2017. Retrieved 31 July 2017.
  14. Gopya (2018-08-20). "Pajkatt at TI 8: "Optic Gaming is better than any of the teams I’ve played in before"". Retrieved 2018-08-22.