|Name||Javier Hernando Sevillano|
|Country of Birth||Spain|
|Birthday||March 10, 1996 (age 24)|
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Javier Hernando Sevillano, League of Legends coach
His first experience in the professional League of Legends scene was with Dimegio Club as their head coach during the first split of Liga de Videojuegos' 8th season. After the team disbanded he has signed by PAM eSports as their League of Legends director and head coach. The roster found success with their promotion into the Season 9 LVP. After the first sprint, he went on to work with Giants Underdoges as their strategic coach. He would go on to win the second sprint of the LVP with Giants Underdoges and remain with them for the rest of the season.
Going into the 2016 season, Hernando had high hopes for his team having won the LVP Season 9. As a result, his team participated in the 2016 EU Challenger Series Spring qualifiers but lost in the semifinals to Millenium and losing their spot. He would go on to leave Giants Underdoges and became PainGaming's head coach for the 10th season of the newly rebranded LVP División de Honor. Regardless of not finding much success, he remained with PainGaming for Season 11 but barely made it through half the season before leaving. A few months later he was announced as x6tence's head coach but did not compete in any leagues therefor left.
After a long break from coaching, Hernando returned as the coach for Spain5 as they participated in the 2018 European Masters Open Qualifier, managing to qualify for the play-ins but losing to Team-LDLC and eSuba in the round robin stage.
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