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Solid comeback in series split
October 7, 2017
roca went 33/43 on Tuesday in a 1-1 split with SK Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
roca didn't stand a chance in Game 1 against SK Gaming on Train, with nothing to show besides a team-leading 7/17 KD and 53.9 ADR in the 16-0 blowout. After the Game 1 blowout, roca started off rough in the first half of Inferno on the offense. With a handful of entry kills in an 11-4 deficit at the half, roca quickly turned things around in the second half. A stern and repulsive defense from roca in the second half paid off well as the team won eleven rounds to come back and force overtime. Thanks to roca, his key retakes, and firm B-bombsite holds went the extra mile to earn the extra rounds. The defense from roca continued to ravish the SK men for two rounds before switching sides on an SK win. However, the momentum carried over for roca to close out Game 2 19-16, posting an even 26/26 KD and an 82.5 ADR in the split.
Stern in Game 2 OT win
October 7, 2017
SEMPHIS posted a 33/39 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split with SK Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Unfortunately for SEMPHIS, his debut in Game 1 was a rather dismal one, with only a 6/16 KD and 45.2 ADR to show for in the 16-0 loss on Train. However, SEMPHIS didn't have a clean start to Game 2 either, with only four rounds claimed for the offense in the 11-4 first-half score. Finally, SEPMHIS broke his slump and fired all cylinders in the second half of Inferno for the defense to tie the game at 13. From there, it was a neck-and-neck battle as rounds flopped side to side, but SEMPHIS stood strong to hold off and force the extra rounds. He continued to reign on the defense to pick up the first two rounds. After an SK win, SEMPHIS got the quick entry-kills to help the offense sweep two rounds for the 19-16 split, posting a 27/23 KD and an 85.5 ADR.
Extra efforts go the mile
October 7, 2017
Drone earned a 26/38 KD on Tuesday in a 1-1 split against SK Gaming in ESL Pro League Season 6.
Drone had a dismal start to the best-of-two series against SK Gaming with a thrashing in Game 1 of Train, posting a 3/16 KD and 26.6 ADR in the 16-0 loss. Still feeling the effects of Game 1, Drone didn't have the great start and progression through the early game, but he contributed to a hand full of frags to close out the half an 11-4 deficit. However, Drone found his groove in the second half for the defensive comeback and hold off the Brazilian offense on the A-bombsite to even the score at 13. From there, SK gained map point but Drone rallied back on the defense to hold out to force overtime. In the extra rounds, Drone remained composed to take Game 2 19-16 to earn the split with SK, posting a 23/22 KD and 71.0 ADR.
Unable to win more than five rounds
September 30, 2017
DAVEY went 29/31 on Wednesday in a 2-0 sweeping loss to Cloud9 in ESL Pro League Season 6.
DAVEY had a crushing series against Cloud9 with the grueling start on Inferno for the defense. DAVEY could only get three rounds in the first half as Cloud9 thrashed his defensive capabilities to take the first half 12-3. The second half didn't serve DAVEY any better with only one offensive round won in the 16-4 loss, leading the team with a 16/14 KD and 73.8 ADR. Game 2 was one that DAVEY surely wished he could have back as the first half was a dismal display of offense with a staggering 14-1 deficit going into the second. However, the second half wasn't much better as they lost two more rounds for a 16-1 loss. DAVEY did lead his team with a 13/17 KD and an 81.4 ADR, but that was merely a consolation prize.
Consistent in sweep over Rouge
September 13, 2017
SEMPHIS went 44/33 on Tuesday with a 2-0 win over Rouge in ESL Pro League Season 6.
SEMPHIS got the ball rolling after the early contest in the first half resulted in a defensive overhaul to take the 10-5 half on Train. SEMPHIS remained consistent in the second half picking up the entry-kills and bomb plants to extend the lead late in the half. Although Rouge did have a short comeback that almost forced overtime, SEMPHIS shut down Rouge's chances with an edging 16-14 win. He then carried over the momentum into Game 2 of Nuke with a strong offensive first half with the opening frags to take the half 9-6. The second half was all defense as SEMPHIS held down the A-bombsite for the 16-9 win.
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Splyce join WESA
August 1, 2017
The North American organization have now joined forces with the World Esports Association (WESA), the association announced.
Splyce is now joined with WESA and its members on the board beside North, who also joined alongside. Despite the incomplete roster, the organization is looking for replacements around SEMPHIS, which for now the team remains inactive.CEO, Marty Strenczewilk mentioned in WESA's release that the organization now has the "opportunity to work on projects that can have a huge impact on the entirety of esports alongside owners who are as passionate and dedicated as we are." Splyce and North are the two recent additions which will now bring in to a total of 14 members since the additions of SK Gaming, Renegades, OpTic Gaming, and FaZe Clan who joined earlier this year.