|Country of Birth||Brazil|
|Team||INTZ e-Sports Club|
|Alternate IDs||Vivo Fibra kShni, Shinimon Z|
Shini is from São Paulo.
Although he has been playing League of Legends since the beginning of 2013, he has already reached the highest elo in Brazil (#1 among Challengers) more than once.
Few weeks after joining Keyd Warriors (Keyd Stars' alternate team), Shini was caught by Riot doing elojob receiving a year ban. Later, Shini said he had no regrets about it, and he would keep doing it: "I do this for money. I'm good at it and I can do this from my home (...) I feel very sad and frustrated when I have to train and practice with champions that I don't like to play with".
Shini joined Keyd Stars alternate team, Keyd Warriors where he was able to help the team to reach the Relegation Series. Since he couldn't compete under Riot licensed tournaments, he was replaced by Zantins. The team eventually earned its CBLoL access and was rebranded to g3nerationX.
After a few months of hiatus, Shini was announced as stand in player for g3nerationX (who had just lost Zantins to Keyd Stars). After a fourth position, Shini leaves g3nerationX declaring (again) that he dislikes the routine of a professional player, stating that he wasn't even a Level 30 summoner when he accepted g3nerationX invite to join them as complete player.
|2015-09-07||Brasil Mega Arena Sao Paulo 2015||G3X 0 : 2 CNB e-Sports Club|
|2015-02-28||Xtreme League February||kWars 0 : 1 Big Gods|
Articles & Videos
- June 7th - 'Brazilian Apdo' no more: Diogo "Shini" Rogê by Emily Rand (esports.yahoo.com)