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KLG Tierwulf 2018 Summer.png
Background Information
NameSebastián Mateluna
Country of BirthChile
RoleSubstitute Jungler
Previous RoleTop
AD Carry
Alternate IDsSky of Connection, ROH God, KLG God, Lee Da Yoon, LK God, Rat God
Social Media
Team History
TeamStart DateEnd DateRole
RoHlogo std.png RoH12/20136/2014
KLGlogo std.png KLG6/201412/2014
LKlogo std.png LK12/20142/2016
B Godslogo std.png B Gods4/20167/2016
KLGlogo std.png KLG10/201611/2016
KLGlogo std.png KLG11/20162/2017
KLGlogo std.png KLG2/20173/2017
KLGlogo std.png KLG3/20175/2017
KLGlogo std.png KLG5/201711/2018
Splycelogo std.png SPY12/2018Present

Tierwulf (Sebastián Mateluna) is a Argentinian LoL player, who currently plays as a Substitute Jungler for splyce.


Tierwulf was born in Viña del Mar, Chile, he lives in the North of Chile and is 18 years old.

Career History


Tierwulf joined Big Gods e-Sports by the end of April 2016, being assigned as starting jungler after poor performances from Leozuxo. He gained notoriety at the moment he arrived Brazil, when he stated he thought Brazilian junglers were better[1]. According to him, Revolta was the only one who was above average and he could see himself being one of the best two junglers in Brazil after a while.

Tierwulf found himself in another controversial situation during a streamed game of the Colombian AD Carry Esteban "Zeypher" Guzmán. Without knowing the match was being streamed, Sebastián said "The new Kaos Latin Gamers line up was shit. Their two new players (TheFoxz and element) are crap here in Brazil". He completed "They have TheFoxz, who is Brazilian, he is crap, he is a piece of shit. Here in Brazil he was an alternate player, a Master tier player"[2]. After the declarations gone public, he apologized with both players and said he was criticizing their gameplay. Not their personality.

His stint in Big Gods e-Sports was blurred by the 16 point penalty applied by Riot at the start of CBLoL 2016 Second Stage. Tierwulf was considered by fans and analysts an extremely aggressive jungler. Who usually enjoyed jungle duels but also put his team in several risky situations.

As the team ended in the last place (as expected, due the penalty), he was relegated to the Challenger Series. Tierwulf and Big Gods e-Sports decided then to part ways, since the player wanted to breathe new air and the team was intending to sell their spot at Challenger Series to another company.



Date Event Result
2015-12-20 Sudamerican Master League Gold.png LK 3 : 0 HAFlogo std.png Hafnet E-Sports
2015-07-16 2015 LAS Closing Cup Playoffs Copper.png LK 1 : 2 RBTlogo std.png Rebirth eSports
2015-03-30 2015 LAS Opening Cup Playoffs Bronze.png LK 2 : 0 BENlogo std.png Bencheados
Date Event Result
2014-09-07 LAS Circuit of Legends 2014 August Silver.png KLG 0 : 2 RoHlogo std.png Renegades of Hell
2014-06-30 LAS Circuit of Legends 2014 June Copper.png KLG 0 : 2 PEXlogo std.png PEX
2014-03-23 LAS Circuit of Legends 2014 March Silver.png RoH 0 : 2 Pineapplelogo std.png Pineapple Express



  • 2017

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  • 2015


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