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The Pacific Rumble: Wildcard Team Interview

In other languages: vi th zh-tw ja

Having earned their seat in The Pacific Rumble through a thrilling Wildcard match, Caren Tiger is all set to join their APAC brethren at the table in Tokyo. This won’t be the first time they’re meeting in the field, though – by a fortuitous combination of luck and skill, the coming tournament is shaping up to be a reunion of recent WGL APAC Season I Finalists, with our Japanese fan favourites rounding out the roster. But will this be CT’s turn to shine? Only time will tell!

Caren Tiger

With their quirky sense of humour and unpredictable strategies, Caren Tiger has always captivated the crowd, both online and offline. But it’s their fierce battle prowess which really makes them stand out – their consistent placing in past WGL APAC Season Finals and the MOL Asia Open championship they’ve got tucked under their belts all stand indisputable testament to their skills. Definitely a team to watch!

Please introduce your team to your eSports fans in Asia and Korea. How long have you been competing in WoT? What are some of your achievements as a team?

CT: The team with the super cute logo, that's us! Hello everyone in Asia and Korea!
Our most experienced team members have been playing WoT eSports for over 2 years. This team was founded 2 years ago, but has been in its present form for just 1 year.
Most of our results were achieved in the WGL. We’ve been to the WGL APAC Season Finals twice, and got the 3rd place each time.

WG: How would you describe your team’s playstyle?

CT: We use the IS-3 aggressively, as well as the T49. Most of our tactics may be different from the other teams’, but all of them are simple.

WG: How does it feel to be representing Japan in The Pacific Rumble? Do you think you’ll have a home ground advantage?

CT: We are not sure if we’ll have an advantage.
Even if we have some advantage, it might be very difficult to win. On the contrary, we are nervous because we have not had any offline tournaments held in Japan for more than a year.
We’ll be very happy if a lot of CT fans come to support us, but even more so if they are female.

WG: Which are your tanks of choice in competitive WoT?

CT: IS-3 and T49. When we get into difficult spots, we always rely on them.

WG: Any advice for aspiring WGL players?

CT: Boys Be Ambitious!
The 1st place is reserved for EL in WGL Asia, so let's battle for the 2nd place!

[Special] Watching The Big Game

Event Start: 6 November, 2015 (Friday) @ 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC)

Event End: 9 November, 2015 (Monday) @ 14:00 UTC+8 (06:00 UTC)

Mission: Rumbling Outside of the Ladder


Deal damage to at least 2 enemy vehicles in a single battle.


  • Repeatable
  • 7v7 Random Battles & Strongholds
  • Must be in any of the following vehicles:
    • LT VI T37
    • LT VI AMX 12 t
    • SPG VI M44
    • LT VII WZ-131
    • LT VIII T-54 lightweight
    • LT VIII Ru 251
    • HT VIII IS-3
    • HT VIII AMX 50 100
    • HT VIII T32


  • x1.3 EXP


Mission: Titans of the Pacific


Win a Team Battle.


  • Repeatable
  • 7v7 (Unranked and Ranked Team Battles)


  • x2 Crew EXP


Special: Watching The Big Game

30% off for the following:

  • LT VI T37
  • LT VI AMX 12 t
  • SPG VI M44
  • LT VII WZ-131

50% off for the following:

  • Crew Training/Retraining/Skill Resets