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Phoenix1 is a professional League of Legends team hailing from North America.
In May of 2016, after buying the LCS spot of Team Impulse, Phoenix1 was formed to participate in the 2016 NA LCS Summer Split. The initial roster include Zig, Brandini, Inori, Slooshi, Pirean, Zentinel, Mash and Gate.
In their first split in the NA LCS, the team finished at 8th place with a 5-13 standing. They dropped to the 2017 Promotion Tournament along with NRG Esports and Echo Fox. However, they are able to secure their spot for the 2017 NA LCS Spring Split with a 3-0 win over Echo Fox.
In the off season, only zig, Inori and Pirean re-signed with the team, while the rest of their Summer Split roster announced free agency. This was followed by the announcement that the team signed former Immortals' Support, Adrian. Weeks after, Phoenix1 announced that they have also signed 2 Koreans to complete their roster, former H2k-Gaming Mid laner Ryu and former KT Rolster AD Carry Arrow.
- May 26th, roster is announced. Zig, Brandini, Inori, Slooshi, Pirean, Zentinel, Mash, and Gate join.
- June 15th, Zentinel leaves.
- July 6th, Fixer joins.
- November 20th, Brandini announces free agency.
- November 21st, Gate, Mash and Slooshi announce free agency.
- November 22nd, Adrian joins.
- November 28th, Fixer announces free agency.
- December 7th, Roster is announced. Ryu and Arrow join. Fly joins as Head Coach.
|Ryu||Ryu Sang-wook (유상욱)||Mid||11/20/2017|
|Arrow||No Dong-hyeon (노동현)||AD||11/20/2017|
|Saparino||Brendan Franco||Team Manager|
|BonQuish||Alec Warren||Head Analyst|
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- February 3rd - VIDEO: Phoenix1 owner Rob Moore on the new roster and the unexpected challenges of team ownership with YAHOO! Esports
- February 16th - In-depth interview with Phoenix1 co-owner Michael Moore about building an LoL organization and relationship dynamics with the community with Slingshot Esports
- March 1st - P1 coach Fly: “I think Korean coaches work really hard. I also think players tend to follow those who are also working as hard as they are.” with Slingshot Esports
- June 1st - VIDEO: Phoenix1 co-owner: 'We felt that we had a moral obligation to do right by these players' with theScore eSports
- February 7th - NA LCS: Triumphs and disappointments so far by Emily Rand (thescoreesports.com)
- February 11th - Phoenix1 rising: How an off season roster shuffle turned P1 into a contender by Emily Rand (thescoreesports.com)
- February 23rd -
- Rising from the ashes: The rebirth of Phoenix1 with Slingshot Esports
- Meteos's Rise From the Ashes Shows a Need for Subs by Cass Marshall & Xander Torres (redbull.com)
- March 17th - Meteos or Inori: A look at Phoenix1's jungle dilemma by Emily Rand (esports.yahoo.com)
- March 22nd - 2017 Spring NA LCS Playoff-tology: Phoenix1's chance to light up the standings by Kelsey Moser (esports.yahoo.com)
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- Phoenix1's Facebook Post facebook.com
- Riot: Meteos traded to Phoenix1 thescoreesports.com
- Welcome Adrian! facebook.com
- Stunt transfers to Phoenix1, Welcome Swifte facebook.com
- Zentinel's Twitter Post twitter.com
- Fixer to join Phoenix1 pending Riot approval thescoreesports.com
- Brandini's Twitter Post twitter.com
- Gate's Twitter Post twitter.com
- Slooshi's Twitter Post twitter.com
- Mash's Twitter Post twitter.com
- Adrian leaves Immortals, signs with Phoenix1 espn.com
- Fixer's Twitter Post twitter.com
- Phoenix1 announces 2017 roster: Ryu, Arrow, Inori, Adrian, zig, and coach Fly esports.yahoo.com