Former Archon coach Purple joins GamersOrigin

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Ryan “Purple” Murphy-Root is the first North American on the French roster, teaming up with big names of the local scene like TheFishou, Lowelo and Un33d. Signed to be the coach of premier Hearthstone team Archon in March, Purple stayed with the organization of Jason “Amaz” Chan for six months before parting amicably with it at the end of August….

Xixo to follow Purple out of Archon

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Archon looks to be cutting down its roster even more, as sources indicate towards the departure of Sebastian “Xixo” Bentert from the team. The first reports of Archon scaling down came yesterday as James “Firebat” Kostesich first talked on his stream about the release of resident coach Ryan “Purple” Murphy-Root. Ryan joined Amaz’s team in March this year to strengthen…

Forsenboys eliminate Archon from ATLC

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Garnished with a flurry of “Sorry” emotes, Forsen’s victory over Zalae put an end to Archon’s run in the $250,000 league. For the four teams in the ATLC Satellite bracket, each match is a big deal. Winning means potentially moving on to the live finale, while losing puts an end to the $250,000 dreams. For Archon, that dream was slain…

Archon parts ways with Purple

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Reasons for the Canadian’s departure have yet to be revealed. Ryan “Purple” Murphy-Root joined Team Archon as a player/coach in March 2015. Back then, he was only known as being a practice partner of current world champion James “Firebat” Kostesich, together with whom he also created the first successful versions of the now very popular Mech Shaman. Since he joined…

Tempo Storm win the Archon rivalry in last night’s ATLC satellite

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Reynad’s team got its revenge against long-time rivals Archon and is one win away from making it to the live finale. Last night’s ATLC satellite matches lived up to the hype and then some. After a total of 22 games played, Tempo Storm and Nihilum moved on to the winners bracket and will spar today to determine the third team…

ATLC returns today with Satellite matches and TGT decks

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The $250,000 Archon Team League will have its Satellite bracket played out this week, starting with Archon versus Tempo Storm at 19:00 CEST. The biggest tournament of the year so far is rapidly approaching its last stage. Four teams have been placed in a double elimination bracket but only two will move on to the live finale. The Satellite phase…

Amaz wins the second edition of GEICO Brawl

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The popular streamer prevailed in a seven-game battle against team-mate Paul “Zalae” Nemeth to pocket half of the $4,000 prize pool. Saturday night saw former MTG player and current Archon member Zalae dominate the top half of the GEICO Brawl #2 bracket. The American sliced and diced through Jeffrey “Sjow” Brusi and took a tough fight against Haiyun “Eloise” Tang…

Amaz wins the second season of GEICO Brawl

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The popular streamer prevailed in a seven-game battle against team-mate Paul “Zalae” Nemeth to pocket half of the $4,000 prize pool. Saturday night saw former MTG player and current Archon member Zalae dominate the top half of the GEICO Brawl #2 bracket. The American sliced and diced through Jeffrey “Sjow” Brusi and took a tough fight against Haiyun “Eloise” Tang…

Cloud 9 and Value Town locked for ATLC Live Finale

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The group stage phase for Archon’s Team League came to an end last night, and every teams knows its position coming into the elimination rounds. Headlined by Hearthstone powerhouses Aleksandr “Kolento” Malsh, Cong “StrifeCro” Shu and Jan “Ekop” Palys, Cloud 9 took the top spot in the group stage of Archon’s Team League Championship. Although the international roster started with…