Bangkok Titans
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Bangkok Titans

League of LegendsLeague of LegendsThailandThailandFounded:Jul 2016
Rank
TBA
Social
Thailand
Soragit Buranathanasin (สรกฤศ บูรณะธนะสิน)
Joined:Aug 2016
Thailand
Metis Wongchoosee (เมธิส วงศ์ชูศรี)
Joined:Sep 2016
Thailand
Pongsatorn Kornrat (พงศธร กรรัตน์)
Joined:Sep 2016
Vietnam
Đinh Trọng Quyết
Joined:May 2017
Thailand
Tanpong Tungchoksongchai (แทนพงศ์ ตั้งโชคทรงชัย)
Joined:May 2017
South Korea
Im Jin-hyeok (임진혁)
Joined:May 2017
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Bangkok Titans
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Rank: TBAdisbandeddisbanded
Bangkok Titans is a League of Legends team based in Thailand.
Biography

Season 2

Bangkok Titans first formed in May 2012. They competed in the 2012 Garena Premier League (GPL) alongside five other teams, four from Southeast Asia and one from Taiwan. The team's roster changed nearly every week, with 11 different players being fielded at some point or another. They lost 31 consecutive games before their first win and ended in last place with a 4-36 record.

Season 3

Bangkok Titans played in Intel Extreme Masters Singapore, but were eliminated in the Group Stage with a 1-2 record. In the 2013 GPL Spring, Bangkok Titans again finished in last place, this time with a 4-24 record. As in the previous season, the team's roster constantly shifted, with only jungler NdD remaining consistent throughout the tournament. With fewer roster changes during the 2013 GPL Summer, they managed to finish 6th with a 9-19 record. They then played in the 2013 LCS Pro League Thailand and finished 2nd in the regular season. They defeated Team Infinite 2-0 in the semifinals and MiTH Flashdive 3-2 in the finals to earn a spot in the Season 3 Southeast Asia Regional Finals, where they had a chance to qualify to the Season 3 World Championship. However, they were quickly eliminated from the tournament without a single win.

2014 Season

Based on their performance in the 2013 LCS Pro League Thailand, Bangkok Titans qualified for the 2014 GPL Winter. The roster continued to change constantly, with seven different players starting and one player, WarL0cK, playing three different roles. Only AD carry Sek and support SKLz started in the same role for every game in the tournament. They came in last in their group with a 1-9 record and did not continue to the Bracket Stage. Afterward, they played in the Winter season of the 2014 Thailand Pro League (TPL) and came in first, defeating MiTH Flashdive 3-0 in the finals to qualify for the 2014 GPL Spring. They improved on their performance in the previous GPL split by finishing the Group Stage with a 2-8 record, but they were still unable to continue to the Bracket Stage. In the 2014 TPL Spring, they again defeated MiTH Flashdive 3-0 in the finals and reclaimed their spot in the 2014 GPL Summer.

After starting nearly 30 different players over the past two seasons, the team's roster finally began to solidify: WarL0cK top lane, 007x jungle, G4 mid lane, and Lloyd AD carry. Only the support role remained in flux, with several players filling in before the team finally settled on InTreso for the rest of the split. With a more stable roster than they had had in any previous GPL split, the team came in 4th in their group with a 3-7 record and qualified for the Bracket Stage. They were eliminated 3-0 in the quarterfinals by ahq e-Sports Club and did not qualify for the 2014 Season Garena Regional Finals. Instead, they played in the Thailand Grand Championship 2014, where they defeated Team Infinite 3-0 in the finals to secure a spot in the next GPL season.

2015 Season

Bangkok Titans maintained most of their roster from the previous season, only replacing InTreso with Valen. They played in Intel Extreme Masters Taipei, but were eliminated in the quarterfinals by yoe Flash Wolves, the eventual tournament winner. In the 2015 GPL Spring, which had been changed to include only teams from Southeast Asia, they came in first in their group with an 11-1 record. In the semifinals, they defeated Insidious Gaming Legends 3-0, but lost to Saigon Fantastic Five 0-3 in the finals. However, SF5 forfeited their spot to the 2015 International Wildcard Invitational because they could not procure visas for their players, so Bangkok Titans took their place at the tournament. Before the tournament began, they replaced Valen with Moss. They came in 1st during the Round Robin stage with a 5-1 record, but dropped 0-3 in the first round of playoffs to Beşiktaş e-Sports Club, the eventual tournament winner.

After defeating Team Toxic 3-1 in the 2015 TPL Spring, Bangkok Titans qualified for the 2015 GPL Summer. They again came in 1st in their group, this time with an undefeated 6-0 record. They went undefeated again during the playoffs, beating Full Louis in the semifinals and Saigon Jokers in the finals in consecutive 3-0 victories. In the 2015 Season Southeast Asia Regional Finals, they defeated Saigon Jokers 3-1 and qualified for the 2015 International Wildcard Tournament in Turkey. At the tournament, they came in 2nd during the Round Robin stage with a 3-3 record, but defeated The Chiefs eSports Club 3-1 during the Bracket Stage to qualify for the 2015 Season World Championship. They were placed in group C, along with SK Telecom T1, EDward Gaming, and H2k-Gaming. Unfortunately, they failed to win a single game and were knocked out of the tournament in last place.

2016 Season

In the 2016 TPL Spring, Bangkok Titans went undefeated across 25 games for a 1st place finish, qualifying for the 2016 GPL Spring. Before the tournament began, longtime top laner WarL0cK left the team. Former players Sek and InTreso filled in. Bangkok Titans went 4-1 during the Group Stage, but fell in the finals 1-3 to Saigon Jokers. Afterward, the team rearranged its roster, with Lloyd switching to top lane and InTreso starting as AD Carry, with Sek as a substitute AD carry. The revamped roster went undefeated in the 2016 TPL Summer and qualified for the 2016 GPL Summer. Before the tournament, however, the team again changed up its roster. It switched Lloyd and InTreso back to AD and top respectively, replaced 007x with Sek, and replaced Moss with Whatthejes, a former mid laner on loan from Underdog. Ultimately, the team came in 2nd in the tournament, losing to Saigon Jokers in the finals. Afterward, 007x, G4, Lloyd, and Moss left the team.

2017 Season

For the 2017 TLCS Spring Split, BKT signed Whatthejes permanently as support and filled up the roster with Jungler Limitz and AD carry Coldenfeet from Team Underdog, Summer was contracted as a substitute. Sek became the new top laner while InTreso was moved to mid lane. BKT only lost three games in the group stage finishing 11-3, but they were defeated by Ascension Gaming in the TLCS Playoff finals where they went 1-3. Consequently, Bangkok Titans couldn't qualify for the 2017 GPL Spring. After the 2017 Spring Split, Sek, InTreso and Summer left BKT.

Team Encounters
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47
Wins / Losses
13/34
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39
Wins / Losses
16/23
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Encounters
29
Wins / Losses
0/29
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Last Encounter
Oct 2017
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26
Wins / Losses
3/23
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Manila EaglesManila Eagles
Last Encounter
Oct 2017
Encounters
24
Wins / Losses
8/16
Placements
PlaceTournamentPrize
Place
2nd2nd
Tournament
2016 GPL Summer
14th Aug 2016
Prize
N/A
Place
1st1st
Tournament
King of SEA Season 2
4th Aug 2016
Prize
$6,500
Place
1st1st
Tournament
2016 Thailand Pro League Summer Season
17th Jul 2016
Prize
฿200,000 Q to GPL Summer 2016
Place
2nd2nd
Tournament
2016 GPL Spring
10th Apr 2016
Prize
N/A
Place
$ 6,000$ 6,000
Tournament
King of SEA
31st Mar 2016
Prize
$6,000
Roster History
Lloyd
LloydLeft
Sep 2016
Moss
MossLeft
Sep 2016
Moss
MossJoined
Apr 2015
Nooddled
Sep 2014
QaiZer
QaiZerLeft
Mar 2014
Lloyd
LloydJoined
Dec 2013
QaiZer
QaiZerJoined
Oct 2013
Navy
NavyLeft
Sep 2013
Navy
NavyJoined
Aug 2013
Nooddled
NooddledJoined
Nov 2012
Latest Matches
TournamentTeamOppositionScoreDate
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
2-3
Date
14th August
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
3-0
Date
14th August
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
1-0
Date
10th August
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
1-0
Date
10th August
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
1-0
Date
10th August


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