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Isurus Gaming

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Isurus Gaming
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Team Information
LocationArgentina
Owner(s)Facundo "Kala" Calabró
AbbreviationISG
History
CreatedOrganization 2011/04
Social Media


Isurus Gaming is a argentinian professional multigaming organization founded in April 2011. The League of Legends division was created in 2013 with the adquisicion of Rock Solid Argentina roster, Isurus in one of the most famous organizations and compete in the maximum division of Latinoamerica Sur (LAS) from 2015 to 2018. Isurus will be part of the new 2019 league system from united Latin America (LLA).

History

With the creation of League of legends division in 2013, Isurus participated in many minor tournaments like LoL Argentina, Tecnofields 3D, Demacia 2K13 and Torneo Espacio Personal 2013, but his most remarkable participations were 2013 World Cyber Games and IEM Season VIII - Sao Paulo.

In 2015 with the creation of the official Latin America South (LAS) competitive scene, Isurus participated in the Opening Cup Promotion for a place among the six teams that would be part of the Copa Latinoamérica Sur Apertura 2015, unfortunately with the 3-11 record in the Round Robin, Isurus was left out of any possibility of competing in the cup. However, ISG was selected to compete in the CDL Sur Apertura 2015 (the second division of the LAS competitive scene), where with a notable improvement, ISG classified to the final phase of the tournament. The 15th of April of 2015 Isurus faced Rebirth Fate for a place in the Closing Cup, but whit a 0:3 in the Best of Five serie, Isurus was again eliminated of the Latin American Cup.

On May, Isurus Gaming acquired the seed and the full roster of the newly promoted Dark Horse, in addition, together with the purchase of Zeicro from Kaos Latin Gamers, "The Sharks" was part of the CLS Closing Cup. Once the regular phase was over, ISG scored a total of 3 victories against 7 defeats remaining in the 5th place of the tournament, giving way to the Promotion & Relegation. On July 28, Isurus reaffirmed its place in the cup by winning 3:0 to Freedom Dive.

In 2016, Isurus Gaming decides to keep the roster facing the 2016 CLS Opening Cup, where after finishing fourth in the regular phase (2-5-3 in the games series), gets crowned champion of the tournament by defeating Last Kings 3:0 in the final. With this title Isurus would travel to Mexico to participate in the IWCI 2016, however the team could not get past the group stage staying with a score of 2-5 in the round robin (beating only Lyon Gaming and Saigon Jokers). Back in the 2016 CLS Closing Cup, ISG positioned himself as the tournament's favorite team after finishing first in the regular phase (6-3-1 in games series). After winning in the semifinal by 3:1 against Hafnet eSports, Isurus Gaming would fall in the final of the tournament by 2:3 against Kaos Latin Gamers in a reverse sweep serie.

For 2017, Isurus Gaming would have the addition of QQMore and Kindless (Jungle and BotLaner respectively) in the starting line-up. With this, the organization would be able to win the CLS Preseason Tournament. Some time later, ISG wins the 2017 CLS Opening Cup after defeating Furious Gaming 3:0 in the final. once again Isurus Gaming would have the opportunity to represent Latin America South internationally, this time in the play-in phase of the Mid-Season Invitational 2017. Being located within group B together with Lyon Gaming, Virtus.pro and GAM Esports, Isurus would only rescue a victory over the Russians, being eliminated from the tournament with a 1-5 record in the Round Robin. In the 2017 CLS Closing Cup, ISG would again reach the final where he would cross paths again with Kaos Latin Gamers, again (this time with a 1:3), "The Sharks" would be runner-up of the tournament, being out of the World Championship 2017.

For the 2018 season, the Copa Latinoamérica Sur changed its format for this year, which led Isurus to finish third in the group stage (15-6 record in Round Robin), qualifying for the quarterfinals of the tournament, where with a 3:0 against Legatum would make it through to the semifinals, however would fall crushed by Kaos Latin Gamers with a dubious participation of player Nipphu. In the 2018 CLS Closing Cup, ISG would fall again in the semifinals this time at the hands of Rebirth eSports, being out of the 2018 World Championship.

Timeline

  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019

Player Roster

Current

Date Joined Player Real Name Role
2018/05 Uruguay Buggax Mateo Aroztegui
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2018/11 Peru Oddie Sebastián Niño
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2018/11 Mexico Seiya Ali Bracamontes
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2015/05 Chile Emp Benjamín Ramírez
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2018/11 Chile Warangelus Fabián Llanos
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2017/01 Chile Kindless Benjamín Fuenzalida
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2018/11 Chile Slow Eduardo Garcés
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Former

Date Left Player Role New Team
2018/12 Argentina Newbie
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All Knights logo 25.png AK
2018/12 Chile QQMore
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Pixel Esports Club logo25.png PIX
2018/05 Argentina Nipphu
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Undead Gaming logo 25.png UND
2018/05 Argentina Fear
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2017/12 Chile Pride
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2017/05 Chile Misteryous
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RBTlogo std.png RBT
2016/11 Chile Zeicro
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HAFlogo std.png HAF
2016/09 Chile Clatos
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Legatum logo25.png LGT
2016/05 Chile Caos
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2015/10 Uruguay Megajp
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2015/04 Uruguay Mantarraya
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2015/04 Argentina Genthix
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2015/04 Argentina Dinamox
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2015/04 Argentina Prophuth
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None
2015/04 Argentina Badmilk
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¿? Argentina El Dari
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None
2014/10 Argentina Kvrof
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2014/10 Argentina CHELitw
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None
2014/06 Argentina Khynm
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None
2014/05 Argentina Naryt
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2014/04 Argentina Le Smart
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None
2014/04 Argentina Tomex
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None
¿? Argentina Solarizard
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2013/10 Argentina Mettaz
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Organization

Current

Real Name IGN Position
Argentina Facundo Calabró Kala Owner
Argentina Misael Di Ciancia Pierre Head Coach
Uruguay Belén Silveira Bekindra General Manager
Chile Sebastián Villaseca JeikoState Country Manager

Former

Real Name Position New Team
Argentina Rodrigo Dalmagro (Onur) Head Coach Undead Gaming logo 25.png UND
Portugal Nuno Rema (NuNu) Analyst HWAlogo std.png HWA
Argentina Markus Leuemberger (Ukkyr) Head Coach HAFlogo std.png HAF
Spain Manuel Andrade (ScumbagManolo) Analyst G2Vlogo std.png G2V
Germany Nicolas Heumann (Serafin) Analyst FONlogo std.png FON
Spain Alex Parejo (Mapachito) Analyst G2Vlogo std.png G2V
Argentina Santiago Bileta (Naryt) Manager None
Argentina Iasi Salomon (Oxaciano) Coach BENlogo std.png BEN
Canada Daniel Crivelli (Vlokz) Coach NOClogo std.png NOC
Argentina Ezequiel Moriyon (MagnumTea) Manager None
Chile Jaime Lizana (Wingz) Analyst FGlogo std.png FG

Tournament Results

  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
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Additional Content

Articles & Interviews

  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018

Gallery

External Links

References