Competitive:Kraken Paradise

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Kraken Paradise

Kraken Paradise

Location Europe
Captain
Created 2016
Player Changes

Kraken Paradise (KP for short) is a competitive Splatoon team. Formed in 2016, the Kraken have played competitive Splatoon and, since its release, Splatoon 2.

History

Rivals

Kraken Paradise's most known rival was Team Olive, formerly known as Ghost Gaming. Both teams are centered in Europe, have played against one another in tournaments numerous times, and each have members that make up regional teams Alliance Rogue ( France FRA ) and Finito ( Finland FIN ) that compete in their respective regions for spots in the European Championship.

Members

Current

Name Nationality Tenure Role Weapons
Kaji United Kingdom GBR July 2017 - Present Anchor Splatlings
Plontro Finland FIN 2016 - Present Slayer/Support Sloshers
Grey France FRA 20 May 2018[1] - Present Support Brellas, S2 Weapon Main Splattershot Jr..png Splattershot Jr., S2 Weapon Main Kensa Splattershot Pro.png Kensa Splattershot Pro
Kiver France FRA 1 September 2018[2] - Present Slayer Dualies, S2 Weapon Main Kensa Splattershot.png Kensa Splattershot, S2 Weapon Main Kensa Splattershot Pro.png Kensa Splattershot Pro

Former

Name Nationality Tenure Role Weapons
Pepapig Spain ESP 2016 - Flex
Sweeglie United Kingdom GBR 2016 - 31 August 2018[3] Slayer S2 Weapon Main Kensa Sloshing Machine.png Kensa Sloshing Machine, S2 Weapon Main Custom Blaster.png Custom Blaster
Shirane Sweden SWE 2016 - 31 August 2018 Support

Tournament Placements

Splatoon

Tournament Date Placement
SCL #31: Ten Feet Higher 4 February 2017 3rd[4]
ESL Go4Splatoon Cup #23 12 February 2017 7th[5]

Splatoon 2

Tournament Date(s) Placement
Inkstorm Cup: Summer 2018 15 July 2018 2nd 1[6]
InkTV Open #3 10-11 August 2019 1st 2[7]

1 This was the Western qualifier for Platinum Cup 4 in Japan. Winners FTWin and 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 with Kyo from FTWin substituting for Plontro

References

External links

Kraken Paradise team Twitter page