Splyce

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Organization: 2015

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Founded in 2015, Splyce is home to top-level esports teams across multiple games. But their Paladins team has struggled to find competitive success. Splyce got off to a rough start in the PPL, as their former roster wasn’t able to win a single set during the Fall Split -- though they did manage to pick up a set victory at the PPL Fall Finals in 2017 against a PGS team. However, some roster changes that took place during the free agency period might shake things up for Splyce this year.

As they head into the Spring Split, Splyce has picked up two talented players (Awry and William355), and enlisted PowTecH’s expertise as the new team coach. Awry and William355 both have the potential to take Splyce’s roster to new heights, as they both have a lot to bring to the table. Awry is a seasoned player who’s competed on rosters for both Eager and Denial. He’s considered one of the best supports in North America, but didn’t quite make the initial cut for the PPL. Meanwhile, William355 is a skilled PGS player who got noticed after his former team, Purity, upset the #1 NA seed (SK Gaming) during the PPL Fall Finals.

With a revamped roster and a new coach to lead the way, it’s possible that Splyce will reach new heights in their PPL journey this year.

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Former Players
ID Name Role Join Date Leave Date New Team
United States Shadow Akshay Kumar Flex 2018-05-24 [4] 2018-12-21 [7]
Canada ItsAspect Nick Ginther Support 2018-05-24 [4] 2018-12-21 [7]
Canada Vayne Jaden Murphy Front Line 2018-05-24 [4] 2018-12-21 [7]
United States RKTA Jeremy Ballard Damage 2018-05-24 [4] 2018-12-21 [7] Pittsburgh KnightsPittsburgh Knights Pittsburgh Knights
United States Gbunny1 Christopher Trimarchi Flex 2018-06-11 [6] 2018-12-21 [7] Pittsburgh KnightsPittsburgh Knights Pittsburgh Knights
United States Ozon3TV Joshua Stevenson Flex 2018-05-24 [4] 2018-06-09 [5]
Canada William355 William del Mundo Front Line 2018-01-11 [1] 2018-04-26 [3]
Canada Awry Steven Michalec Support 2018-01-11 [1] 2018-04-26 [3]
United States PowTecH Chris Sonet Coach 2018-01-11 [1] 2018-04-26 [3]
Japan MoonChopper Jornen Nishiyama Flex 2017-10-27 [9] 2018-04-26 [3] RenegadesRenegades Renegades
United States Envy Dallas Smith Flex 2017-09-05 [8] 2018-01-11 [1]
Chile killerumbrellas Tomas Verdugo Support 2017-09-05 [8] 2018-01-11 [1]
Costa Rica Rovaniik Kevin Segura Damage 2017-09-05 [8] 2018-03-25 [2]
United States ElZulu Javier Figueroa Front Line 2017-09-05 [8] 2018-03-25 [2] GankstarsGankstars Gankstars

Team achievements[edit]

Date Placement Tier Tournament Results Prize
2018-11-10 A77 - 8th A7Qualifier Paladins World Championship 2018 - Qualifier 1 : 2 Kanga EsportsKanga Esports $0
2018-10-12 A44th A1Tier 1 PPL North America Fall 2018 1/7 Grp. S. $0
2018-06-29 A44th A1Tier 1 PPL North America Summer 2018 1/7 Grp. S. $0
2018-04-22 A55th A1Tier 1 PPL North America Spring 2018 0/8 Grp. S. $0
2017-11-19 A55 - 8th A7Qualifier Paladins World Championship DreamHack 2018 - Qualifier 0 : 3 FnaticFnatic $0
2017-11-17 A99 - 10th A1Tier 1 PPL Fall Finals 2017 1 : 3 Team EnVyUsTeam EnVyUs $0
2017-10-29 A55th A1Tier 1 PPL North America Fall 2017 0/8 Grp. S. $0
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Organization
ID Name Position Join Date
United States Lazerchicken Marty Strenczewilk CEO
Canada Novo Kyle McKitrick General Manager

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  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 [8] splyce.gg
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