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Location North America
Captain Kyo
Created 2018
Player Changes

FTWin (short for Feed To Win) was a competitive Splatoon team. The team was formed by former members of TOMO, Saikai, and SetToDestroyX.


After both the Splatoon 2 U.S./Canada Inkling Open 2018 finals (in which TOMO and Saikai respectively finished second and third to SetToDestroyX) and the Splatoon 2 World Championship 2018 (in which TOMO member Kyo was part of SetToDestroyX in place of Ice), members of TOMO and Saikai, along with Ice, formed FTWin. Shak announced the formation of the "Super Team" on YouTube on August 13, 2018.[1]

On August 21st, 2019, Ice departed the team and was replaced by Kassy.[2] Kassy was kicked from the team on July 3rd, 2020. [3]

Following their victory in the Splatoon 2 Inkopolis Showdown 2022 Event #4 on July 30th, 2022, FTWin disbanded.[4]



Name Nationality Role Weapons
Burstie Canada CAN Support Brellas, S2 Weapon Main H-3 Nozzlenose D.png H-3 Nozzlenose D
Biscuit USA USA Anchor S2 Weapon Main Nautilus 79.png Nautilus 79
Kyo USA USA Slayer/Support Blasters, Sloshers, S2 Weapon Main Kensa Splattershot Pro.png Kensa Splattershot Pro
Shak Canada CAN Slayer S2 Weapon Main Kensa Splattershot.png Kensa Splattershot, S2 Weapon Main Kensa Splattershot Pro.png Kensa Splattershot Pro
Toon/2D USA USA Support S2 Weapon Main Splattershot Jr..png Splattershot Jr., Nozzlenoses


Name Nationality Role Weapons
Ice USA USA Anchor/Support Chargers, Splatlings, S2 Weapon Main Custom Jet Squelcher.png Custom Jet Squelcher, S2 Weapon Main Custom Explosher.png Custom Explosher, S2 Weapon Main Slosher Deco.png Slosher Deco
Kassy Spain ESP Anchor Splatlings

Tournament Placements

Tournament Date(s) Placement
Inkstorm Cup: Summer 2018 July 15, 2018 1st1 [5]
BnS Season 9: Splat Zones Edition! November 2nd, 2018 T-3rd[6]
BnS Season 9: Rainmaker Edition! November 16th, 2018 1st[7]
BnS Season 9: The Final Exam! November 30th, 2018 1st2 [8]
BnS Season 10: Rainmaker Edition! December 21st, 2018 1st3 [9]
Splatoon 2 North America Inkling Open 2019 February 10th, March 2nd, March 30th, 2019 1st4 5 [10]
Smash N Splash 5 May 30th, June 1st, June 2nd, 2019 1st6 [11]
Splatoon 2 World Championship 2019 June 8th, 2019 2nd[12]
BnS Season 17 August 16th, 2019 1st[13] [14]
Splatoon 2 North America Online Open Summer 2019 August 24th-25th, 2019 1st7 [15]
Splatoon 2 North America Online Open Winter 2020 January 11th-12th, 2020 1st8 [16] [17]
Genesis 7 January 24th-26th, 2020 1st [18]
Splatoon 2 North America Open June 2020 June 21st, 2020 1st[19]
Splatoon 2 North America Open December 2020/The Squid House December 5th-6th, 2020 1st9[20]
Riptide September 10th-12th, 2021 2nd10
Splatoon 2 Fresh Four Championship 2021 November 13, 2021 2nd11

1 This was the Western qualifier for Platinum Cup 4 in Japan. FTWin and runners-up Kraken Paradise were unable to secure travel arrangements to the tournament, so third-place winners SetToDestroyX and fourth-place winners Ghost Gaming competed in their stead.

2 Competed as FTLose

3 Competed with Kiver (FRA) of Kraken Paradise (EU) and Alliance Rogue (FRA) as a substitute

4 Competed with Quevo (USA) as a substitute for Burstie, who competed on Team What (USA)[21]

5 Qualified for Splatoon 2 World Championship 2019

6 Competed as FTWhatt with Penguitt and Power

7 Competed with HXN (USA) as a substitute for the departed Ice

8 Competed with Itachi (USA)

9 Competed as FTWaveDash

10 Competed as NOT FTW with Leafi

11 Competed as NOT FTW with Bagel


External Links

FTWin Team Twitter page