Isurus Gaming Chile

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Isurus Gaming Chile
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Team Information
Org LocationChile Chile
OwnerFacundo "Kala" Calabró
Created (1)Main Team 2011-04-11
Created (2)Sister Division 2012-03
Disbanded (2)Sister Division 2013-09
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Isurus Gaming is a professional multigaming organization located in South America. Their LoL lineup was born in March, 2012 as an initiative to gather the best players among the already existing Chilean teams under the leadership of Nikez and Eriendel.


Created in March, 2012, Isurus’ original roster was formed by Nikez, Zatee, Gearszero, Diochi, and Eriendel. After a series of disagreements between Zatee and Diochi both left Isurus to re-enter to their former teams. Afterwards, in late March, Varo and MancitoKero joined the team and filled Mid and Top respectively.

With the mentioned lineup, they participated in a wide set of events in the following couple of months, getting the first place in most of them and therefore being recognized as one of the top South American teams.

In May of the same year, Gearszero had to abandon the team due to connectivity issues, that’s how Migguel joins Isurus as their new AD carry. The transition wasn’t a problem as they immediately started competing in tournaments with their new lineup.

A while after (late May), Varo had to leave the team, making Isurus look for a new Mid player. The search ended when Priest (formerly known as Leshrac) joined the organization.

A month later, in June, Migguel dropped and Gearszero rejoined Isurus again as their AD carry and keeping that position since then.

After settling down lineup-wise they took the first place in the WCG Pan-American 2012 event by beating the Peruvian team Arenales Net Games.

On February 10, Isurus Gaming acquired Gosu All Star's former roster, formed by Nikez, Kazekingu, Mithos Sky, LaharlFatuS and ADeliver (Formerly known as Migguel).

On April 13, 2013 LaharlFatuS announced his departure from the team due to personal reasons. [1]


  • 2013
  • 2012

Player Roster


C ID Name Role Next Team

Helior Felipe Pastenes 11Top Laner Renegades of Helllogo std.pngRenegades of Hell Eclipse

Nikez Emilio Parga Figueroa 12Jungler Logo std.pngRenegades of Hell Solar

Kazeking Francisco Godoy 11Top Laner CL5 The Legacylogo std.pngChiLeanFivE The Legacy

Gearszero Matías Rojas 13Mid Laner Team LGLlogo std.pngTeam LGL

ADeliver Miguel Valenzuela 14Bot Laner CL5 The Legacylogo std.pngChiLeanFivE The Legacy

Mithos Sky Nicolás Villagra 15Support CL5 The Legacylogo std.pngChiLeanFivE The Legacy

LaharlFatuS Ignacio Baeza 13Mid Laner CL5 The Legacylogo std.pngChiLeanFivE The Legacy

Zatee 14Bot Laner Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

Diochi 13Mid Laner Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

Dracno 13Mid Laner Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

MancitoKero 11Top Laner Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

RainForce 12Jungler Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

Eriendel 15Support Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

Priest 13Mid Laner Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

r0oz 15Support Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

DragonNorris 12Jungler Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

tupapa 11Top Laner Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

Isurus Gaming Chile Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2013-08-180020002CLP350,000$ 684.66€ 513.75 Liga Samsung Opening 2013
2013-06-220030043 - 4$1,000$ 1,000€ 760 Latin American South Qualifiers
1 : 2Team LoL Cavelogo std.pngTLC

Total Prize:CLP 350,000 • USD 1,000


  • 2012

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