A solo queue star from South Korea, now in the LCS (League of Legends Championship series), meet Jun-Sik Choi. He goes by Pirean on the rift, and is one of the younger players in the LCS, sitting at 18 years old. His journey into the LCS began in Daejeon, South Korea where he lived before
Phoenix1, esports’ newest entry into the North American League of Legends Championship Series (NA LCS), today announce the addition of several new staff members: Chad “History Teacher” Smeltz, Alec “BonQuish” Warren, and Jorge “Caldo” Calderon. Chad Smeltz will replace Brendan “Saparino” Franco as the in-house manager. Smeltz has worked for multiple teams over the past
From The Ashes We Rise… After dropping our previous games the team is looking forward to show the LCS community that it means business in the coming match against Cloud9. Tune into on Saturday June 11th at 3pm PST to catch all the action. Follow us on twitter for updates and links to the match
Co-Owner Michael Moore opens up about his recent acquisition of LCS team Phoenix1.
Phoenix1 is gearing up for their first ever LCS match, which is set to be against Echo Fox. Tune in on June 4, to see how Phoenix1 does on their first LCS match.
New esports organization Phoenix1 will take flight in the upcoming summer split of the North American League Championship Series, buying Team Impulse’s sold slot in the competition. The seven-man starting roster will be a mixture of veteran and rookie talent, as Impulse’s former players Brandon “Mash” Phan and Austin “Gate” Yu join as the starting