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Lightning Pandas
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LocationUnited Kingdom
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Lightning Pandas is a well known Call of Duty team that was established when the founder, ShAnE left Epsilon eSports' roster. As of April 18th, organization ceased operations citing impending cost of franchise spots in the CoD World League in 2020.[1]


Lightning Pandas is a team which was formed and captained by ShAnE after he left Epsilon eSports. They are well known for their particularly colourful branding, their main feature being multi-coloured tie die and the classic Lighting Pandas logo. When first formed the team saw little success until qualifying for the 2014 Call of Duty Championship through the Russian Qualifiers, where they eventually placed 17th. After qualifiers, the team parted ways leaving ShAnE looking for 3 new players. At a similar time, TYT eSports, a team formed by 4 YouTubers, which because of this had a large fanbase, had dropped Insomulus from their roster and were looking for a 4th, so the teams merged, originally creating TYT.LP, a team owned by the previous owner of TYT eSports, Crads, but captained by ShAnE due to his extensive experience in eSports. This team then decided that the Lightning Pandas brand was so strong that it was worth dropping the TYT name all together. This team has shown great success in the EU scene, not yet placing particularly well at an EU LAN event, but have been preforming well online, being invited both to the Gfinity Ghosts Pro League S1 and to the EGL StarSeries, placing mid-table in both, even with the strong opposition they had. From the 20th-22nd of June, the team preformed at their first international event, MLG Anaheim in the Open Bracket, they managed to place top 20, out placing Strictly Business, a team which many people thought may place top 4, and secure a spot in MLG Season 3. On the 6th of July the team qualified for a spot in the 4 team Gfinity LAN event, the winner of which will secure a spot in Gfinity 3.


  • 2018
  • 2017

Player Roster


ID Name Primary Role
England Alexx Alex Carpenter Template:RoleSortNumber Player
Wales Dqvee David Davies Template:RoleSortNumber Player
England Joshh Joshua-Lee Sheppard Template:RoleSortNumber Player
England MadCat Dylan Daly Template:RoleSortNumber Player
England Peatie Adam Peate Template:RoleSortNumber Player


ID Name Primary Role Next Team
Canada Xotic John Bruno Template:RoleSortNumber Player EGlogo std.png Evil Geniuses
USA Theory Dylan McGee Template:RoleSortNumber SMG Support Knightslogo std.png Pittsburgh Knights
Canada Royalty Mathew Faithfull Template:RoleSortNumber SMG Slayer EGlogo std.png Evil Geniuses
Canada Goonjar Jevon Gooljar-Lim Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer EGlogo std.png Evil Geniuses
United Kingdom QwiKeR Shea Sweeney Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer Infslogo std.png Team Infused
United Kingdom Jake Jake Dalton Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer Milllogo std.png Millenium
United Kingdom Benny Ben Perkin Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer Retiredlogo std.png Retired
United Kingdom Crads Mike Craddock Template:RoleSortNumber Support Retiredlogo std.png Retired
United Kingdom ShAnE Shane McKerral Template:RoleSortNumber Slayer TCMlogo std.png TCM-Gaming
Austria RaMba Sandro Spick Template:RoleSortNumber Support Logo std2.png AEP
United Kingdom NeCRoMe Ben May Template:RoleSortNumber Support Infslogo std.png Team Infused
Switzerland Randm Marcel Koller Template:RoleSortNumber Support Logo std2.png Provoke



ID Name Position
United Kingdom ShAnE Shane McKerral Founder


ID Name Position Next Team
United Kingdom Acid Oliver Sellors General Manager Prophlogo std.png Prophecy


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