Echo Fox is happy to announce the start of a new Shadowverse team. The roster includes Cure Mango, a competitive Shadowverse veteran, and will include a second player in the near future. Echo Fox hopes to bring home the win in the Shadowverse World Grand Prix, and its $1,000,000 first place prize.
After a 1-1 week five, Echo Fox was still tied first place and was looking to set themselves above the rest of the league. In order to do so, the team made late roster change to acquire the former C9 support Smoothie, as well as moving Lost up from academy to the main roster. With this new roster, the team hopes to defeat FlyQuest and Cloud9 in...
With EVO just around the corner, players are looking to gain momentum going into the major event of the year. Players from all over the world traveled to Birmingham, England for VSFighting 2018. Those players included Echo Fox players like Choi "Saint" Jinwoo, Kim "JDCR" Hyun Jin, Justin Wong, Momochi, Dominique "SonicFox" McLean, and Jon...
Last week the teams resumed the summer split after a one week break for Rift Rivals. Finishing week four with a 1-1 record, the team shared first place along with 100 Thieves, Team Liquid, and Counter Logic Gaming. With a shaky week before, the team will look to maintain their first-place standing in the second half of the split.
After a disappointing last few tourneys for Echo Fox in Mexico and Las Vegas, the Foxes rebuilt their roster and has since then shown improvement in the online 2Ks. However, to truly show their strength as a team, Echo Fox needed to show up on LAN in New Orleans.
The annual battle of North America vs Europe lives on as Rift Rivals has come and gone. One region wants to prove they are better than the other. Three teams from each region came into battle. Echo Fox, Team Liquid, and 100 Thieves represented NA LCS. G2 Esports, Fnatic, and Splyce represented the EU LCS.