Echo Fox
United States
Likely to start in top lane
January 8, 2019
Lourlo is expected to start in the top lane for Echo Fox to begin the 2019 Spring Split.
ANALYSIS
There's always the potential Solo could wrestle away the spot from Lourlo, or that Echo Fox might simply choose to rotate the two top laners on a match to match basis, but in terms of sheer skill it certainly seems as if the Lourlo has the upper hand. That could wind up being a blessing for the former OpTic Gaming player, as Echo Fox isn't exactly flush with impact fantasy players at the moment. While dreams of rekindling with former Rookie of the Split, Dardoch, were dashed, there's a real possibility both players might wind up in their best possible situations come the Spring.
Taking over at jungler
January 8, 2019
Rush is expected to be the starting jungler for Echo Fox to begin the 2019 Spring Split.
ANALYSIS
Rush continues the annual trend of Korean players moving overseas, joining Echo Fox as one of just two players expected to have the starting role all to themselves. The former KT Rolster jungler only played seven games with the team in the 2018 Summer Split, posting a middling 14/23/30 KDA and average 61.1 percent kill participation percentage. Those figures should be on the rise on an Echo Fox roster devoid of an obvious weapons save for Lourlo.
Re-joins Echo Fox
January 8, 2019
Fenix will re-join Echo Fox ahead of the 2019 Spring Split.
ANALYSIS
LoL fans have every right to be confused by this move, as Fenix appeared to leave Echo Fox on bad terms after he was released just weeks into the 2018 Summer Split. With no other "listed" mid laner in his way, Fenix sure appears poised to start, but the same could have been said in the previous split only for Damonte to come on with a vengeance. As it is, the likes of Solo or Lourlo could transition from the top lane to provide some depth at the position, or the combination of Apollo or Lost could do the same only from the bottom lane if Echo Fox wanted to re-damage what appears to be a fragile relationship with Fenix.
Teaming with Echo Fox
November 29, 2018
Apollo has been transferred to Echo Fox, Clutch Gaming confirmed Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Apollo will move on from a Clutch Gaming organization that seems intent on building and developing younger talent, joining Echo Fox as the expected starting AD Carry. Apollo put together an unsightly 54/40/59 KDA during the 2018 Summer Split, but part of that could be blamed on the situation, as Clutch Gaming seemed bereft on discovering a continually effective winning strategy.
Transferred to Echo Fox
November 29, 2018
Hakuho has been transferred to Echo Fox, the organization confirmed Saturday.
ANALYSIS
Clutch Gaming overhauled their roster during the offseason, bringing in Huni, Damonte and Vulcan, the latter of which is expected to take over as the starting support in place of Hakuho. What's Clutch Gaming's loss is Echo Fox's gain, as Hakuho along with two other members of CG will move over to the orange-brandished organization, combining with a roster that save for bottom laner, Lost, is entirely new to the team.
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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.