Echo Fox
United States
Can't make the difference
August 12, 2018
Huni went 1/2/4 in Echo Fox's Sunday loss to OpTic.
ANALYSIS
Despite a strong early laning phase, in which he was able to push in Dhokla's Fiora as Rumble, Huni couldn't quite make the teamfights happen for his team later on. His Equalizers were well placed, but much of his team seemed to be floundering in fights, and OpTic's initiations were surprisingly potent. Worst of all, he couldn't do anything to stop Dhokla in the split-push, and while he mostly kept up in farm, Echo Fox bled objectives in the side lanes.
Another solid Zoe performance
August 12, 2018
Damonte ended 3/2/2 as Echo Fox lost to OpTic on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
Sunday's game was the latest in a string of impressive Zoe games from Damonte; unfortunately, it wasn't enough to take home a win. Playing into the counter matchup of Fizz, Damonte had to tread carefully, but he still managed to pick up a number of early kills while remaining deathless for much of the game. His mechanical skill on the champion was evident in fights, as he weaved around teamfights and bent skillshots at the proper angles, but Echo Fox were simply outfought in the late game.
Constant aggression produces mixed results
August 12, 2018
Dardoch went 2/5/4 as Echo Fox fell to OpTic on Sunday.
ANALYSIS
On Aatrox, Dardoch seemed to have a one-track mind this game, and that track only went in. There were times this paid off, as when he solo killed PowerOfEvil's Fizz, times when the results were split, as in the 2-for-1 exchange near the mid lane, and times when it cost his team dearly, as went he stepped up too far and was split off from his team at the enemy base. All in all, Dardoch, along with the rest of Echo Fox, could do with some restraint; if they can learn when to go in and not just how, it seems they'd find more consistent success.
To be released by Echo Fox
July 25, 2018
Adrian will soon be released from Echo Fox as part of the team's sweeping roster changes, Jacob Wolf of ESPN Esports reports.
ANALYSIS
After somewhat struggling through the Summer Split thus far, Echo Fox has decided to move on from Adrian, as well as Altec and Fenix. It seems as though the team didn't have the cohesion that Echo Fox would have hoped despite being currently tied for first place in the NA LCS. As such, they have decided to majorly shake up the roster ahead of the roster lock. In place of the trio will be Damonte, Lost (who were both already on the Echo Fox roster), and Smoothie who was brought in from Cloud9. There's no word yet on what's next for Adrian, but with the release coming so close to the roster lock, it's unlikely that he'll end up on another team this summer.
Promoted to main roster of Echo Fox
July 25, 2018
Lost has been bumped up to Echo Fox's starting roster, reports Jacob Wolf of ESPN Esports.
ANALYSIS
After being signed to Echo Fox's Academy team last December, Lost has now been promoted to the starting roster as a part of sweeping changes across the entire roster. Fenix, Altec, and Adrian were all released from the roster to make room for Damonte and Lost, as well as Smoothie who was brought in from Cloud9. Time will tell if the changes end up helping Echo Fox stabilize and come out ahead in the incredibly close standings in the NA LCS.
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League of Legends
Successfully defends spot in NA LCS
August 12, 2016
Echo Fox defeated NRG eSports in a 3-0 series to hold onto their spot in the NA LCS.
ANALYSIS
After losing to Phoenix1 in another lopsided 3-0 series, Echo Fox's life in the NA LCS came down to one final series against NRG to determine who would be safe from relegation. Not wanting to go quietly into the night, Echo Fox rose to the occasion and easily handled NRG to secure their spot in the NA LCS for the 2017 Spring Split. No doubt the team will be practicing hard to try and make sure they don't have to see the Promotion Tournament again next split.
League of Legends
NA LCS life hangs in the balance
December 31, 1969
Echo Fox were defeated by Phoenix1 in a lopsided 3-0 series on Saturday, putting Echo Fox on life support as they fight to stay in the NA LCS.
ANALYSIS
After an extremely poor season that saw them only win a single series in Week 1 against, coincidentally enough, Phoenix1, Echo Fox was forced to fight for their NA LCS lives in the Promotion Tournament. They started off a bit rocky when they faced Team Liquid Academy in the opening match of the tournament. They barely got away by the skin of their teeth with a 3-2 victory. With the win, they moved on to face Phoenix1 and they pretty much ran into a buzzsaw. They were dominated from start to finish in the one-sided sweep. Echo Fox will now be on their last life when they face NRG Esports on Sunday afternoon in the final match to see who will remain in the NA LCS.