Echo Fox
United States
Cannot bring his carry back into things
September 16, 2018
Smoothie earned a series KDA of 2/13/10 during Echo Fox's 0-3 loss at the hands of TSM.
ANALYSIS
Much like his lane partner, Smoothie had an unfortunate performance against TSM that resulted in his team falling 3-0 in the series. Throughout each game he struggled in lane, doing little more than staying alive. On the other hand, his opponents were making moves around the map, securing vision and objective control to take over. As the series progressed, Smoothie tried desperately to mimic the enemy bottom lanes performance but it simply never happened. Doing little more than delaying his team's deaths in the final two games, Smoothie could not bring his team an opening, allowing TSM to close out the series 3-0.
Finds only a single kill in loss
September 16, 2018
Lost earned a series KDA of 1/12/7 during his team's series defeat against Team SoloMid.
ANALYSIS
Lost had an extremely poor showing throughout the entire series against TSM. Starting things off, he picked Varus and was able to hold his own in lane but do little else. As skirmishes erupted, he struggled to remain safe, dealing meager amounts of damage before retreating or getting killed. The result was a Game 1 loss. For the rest of the series, Lost stayed true to his name, playing like he was completely lost and unsure of what to do. Unable to find a single kill in the next two games of the series, he did little more than distract the enemy and delay his team's inevitable loss. Dying constantly, he ultimately ended up being more of a detriment to his team than an asset, resulting in a 3-0 series loss.
Unable to get going in loss
September 16, 2018
Damonte earned a series KDA of 2/7/9 during his team's loss at the hands of Team SoloMid.
ANALYSIS
Although Damonte had a strong showing the last time Echo Fox met Team SoloMid, he simply wasn't able to keep up with his lane opponent as things progressed. Starting things off on Ryze, he was able to hold his own for the beginning of the lane phase, but quickly faltered. Against a burst champion that got scaling quickly, Damonte found himself giving up kills, allowing his opponent to scale and dominate the game. Damonte opted to take Syndra for himself in the next game, but once again could not get things going. Though he had the best performance of his team during the game, it was simply not enough as the enemy had superior macro, quickly taking the series to match point and putting FOX down 0-2. Damonte switched things up again and picked Zilean in Game 3 where he had his best performance yet, but the rest of his team was unable to hold onto things. Giving up objectives, Damonte did little more than attempt to control his lane and fail to do so. Farming things out and delaying his team's deaths in teamfights, his showing wasn't enough, allowing TSM to close out the game and claim the series 3-0.
Uncharacteristic showing in loss
September 16, 2018
Dardoch earned a series KDA of 6/15/9 during Echo Fox's 0-3 series loss against TSM.
ANALYSIS
Although Dardoch generally is the standout player for Echo Fox, during his team's series against Team SoloMid, he was quiet and had a relatively poor performance. Starting things off on Xin Zao, he was able to build up a decent advantage for himself, but struggled to navigate objectives and teamfights, allowing the enemy to close things out. In Game 2, he picked Sejuani and was obliterated, giving up control of his jungle early on and never finding a way out of the poor situation. Only able to pick up a single dragon in the loss, his performance was poor in the 23-minute defeat. With everything down to Game 3, Dardoch once again simply couldn't perform. Although he was able to find a few kills, he could not make up for the members on his team who were constantly under enemy pressure. As a result, TSM took a 39-minute victory, closing out the series 3-0.
Unable to get things going in series defeat
September 16, 2018
Huni earned a series KDA of 10/14/5 during Echo Fox's series defeat against TSM.
ANALYSIS
Much like the rest of his team, Huni simply couldn't get things going during Echo Fox's defeat against Team SoloMid. Starting off on Ornn, he seemed to be on a completely different page from his team, constantly engaging when they were retreating, and vice versa. As a result, the team was handed a convincing defeat. Things only got worse from there as Huni opted for Cho'gath in Game 2. Although he was able to find two kills, it was among miserable skirmishes in which his team gave up kills left and right, giving the enemy team the chance to secure a 23-minute victory. With the enemy team at match point, Huni fell back to his signature Rumble. Although he was able to find a couple of kills, the rest of his team fell behind early, making the game impossible to win. Try as he might, he could not turn around the game, resulting in a 39-minute defeat that allowed TSM to secure the 3-0 series sweep.
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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.