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Phantiks

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Phantiks
CHF Phantiks 2018 Spring.png
Background Information
NameRichard Su
Country of BirthAustralia
Birthday8/6/1995
Competitive
TeamMammoth Esports
RoleHead Coach
Previous RoleMid Laner, ADC, Top Laner
Peak LeagueDiamond I
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
Nvlogo std.png Nv9/20130/2013
MidLanePick.png
LWlogo std.png LW4/2014
ADLanePick.png
[[File:|link=|38px]] Crs OCE4/20145/2014
ADLanePick.png
[[File:|link=|38px]] Crs OCE5/20147/2014
ADLanePick.png
S
DWlogo std.png DW5/2015
TopLanePick.png
DWlogo std.png DW5/201510/2017
MidLanePick.png
DWlogo std.png DW10/201712/2017
Coachlogo std.png
CHFlogo std.png CHF12/20174/2018
Coachlogo std.png
Intuition logo 25.png ITN4/201812/2018
Coachlogo std.png
Intuition logo 25.png ITN5/201812/2018
TopLanePick.png
S
MMMlogo std.png MMM?/2018Present
Coachlogo std.png
"Phantiks" (Real Name: Richard Su) is an Australian League of Legends player, current Head Coach for Mammoth Esports.

Biography

On March 19th, 2015, it was announced that Perfection, who had renamed to Phantiks at the start of the 2016 seaons, had violated OPL rules by using offensive language and making abusive comments to other players. He was banned from competing in the OPL for 1 week. Phantiks once played in Esportspedia's Best Riven NA tournament. He chose to donate towards St. Jude's Hospital.[1]

Trivia

  • Known for his  Kassadin,  Zed and  Fizz.
  • Also known by some of his friends as "Sudog"

Results

  • 2015
Date Place Event R Team Result Opponent
2015-07-09 Bronze.png OPL logo small old.png OPL 2015 Split 2 Mid Laner DWlogo std.png DW 9 - 5
Round Robin
2015-03-30 Silver.png OPL logo small old.png OPL 2015 Split 1 Top Laner DWlogo std.png DW 11 - 3
Round Robin

Media

Articles & Videos

  • 2017

External Links

References