|Name||Daniele di Mauro|
|Country of Birth||Italy|
|Birthday||January 14, 1996 (age 23)|
|Competitive IDs||Italian g0d, Jiizuké, Italian Pride|
|Soloqueue IDs||VIT Jiizuké (EUW),|
V ITALY Jiizuke (KR)
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Jiizuke joined Team Forge on January 31. In May, Team Forge qualified to the 2016 EU Challenger Series Summer Season after going through the 2016 EU Challenger Series Summer Qualifier where they finished the group stage in first place and beat SK Gaming 3-1 in the finals. Jiizuke played for Team Forge in the 2016 EU Challenger Series Summer Season until Week 3, when Eika joined the team and Jiizuke was moved to a sub position. Team Forge ended in fifth position and thus didn’t qualify for the playoffs. Eika left the team on August 10 after failing to qualify. Jiizuke was moved to the starting position on December 28, when Team Forge’s new roster featuring beansu, Gari, Mocha and Taikki was announced.
Jiizuke played in the 2016 EU Challenger Series Spring Qualifier. The team ended up in first place in the group stage but failed to qualify after losing 3-0 to Fnatic Academy in the playoffs. Jiizuke left the team on February 23, after Takki, Gairi and Mocha had previously left in January.
Jiizuke joined Giants Only The Brave on March 6. Thanks to his addition, the team went from a 0-8 start until Week 4 of LVP SuperLiga Orange Season 12, to a 11-17 scoreline at the end of the regular season, ending up in sixth place and retaining the spot in the league. Due to his individual level, Jiizuke was awarded 2 Series MVP.
In April, Giants Only The Brave took part in the LVP La Copa ElCorteInglés, where they got to the finals without dropping a single game. Giants OTB faced G2 Vodafone in the final series, and beat them 2-0 to win the title. Jiizuke was awarded the MVP of the tournament for his performance.
On June 1 the Giants Only The Brave squad was merged with the Giants Gaming roster in order to play in the 2017 EU Challenger Series Summer Season. The team ended up in first place, almost undefeated, only losing to FC Schalke 04 Esports during Week 5. Thanks to their first place finish, they qualified for the 2017 EU Challenger Series Summer Playoffs, where they beat Wind and Rain 3-0, and thus qualified for the 2018 EU LCS Spring Promotion. In the Spring Promotion tournament they qualified for the 2018 EU LCS Spring Season after beating Ninjas in Pyjamas 3-1 and FC Schalke 04 Esports 3-2.
In August, Giants Gaming played in the ESL Masters Series 2017 Malaga and won the tournament. Jiizuke’s team only lost one game during the event, against ThunderX3 Baskonia in the group stage, but later beat them 2-0 in the finals. In October, Jiizuke played the ESL Master Series 2017 Madrid with Giants Only The Brave. The team was thought to be the favorite to win the event by the fans, but went out in groups after losing two games.
During October and November, Jiizuke played in the LVP SuperLiga Orange Season 13 with Giants Only The Brave. The team finished in first place with a 13-1 game record. In the LVP SuperLiga Orange Season 13 Playoffs Giants faced Movistar Riders in the semifinals. After beating them with a comfortable 3-0 they faced MAD Lions E.C. in the finals. The team started the finals 2-0 showing their superiority, but MAD Lions managed to tie the series 2-2. In the final game Giants beat MAD Lions and won the playoffs.
Jiizuke left Giants Gaming on December 20 and joined Team Vitality together with his Giants teammates Gilius, Minitroupax and Jactroll and the already Team Vitality player Cabochard to play the 2018 EU LCS Spring Season.
- The first Italian player to have ever participated in the EU LCS.
- Nicknamed "The Italian Stallion".
- Was inspired by Faker's play to switch from top lane to mid.
- Mained Sion and Katarina just after his role swap.
- Recognized by Trevor "Quickshot" Henry as the rookie to pay the most attention to for the 2018 EU LCS Spring Split.
- Known in 2018 for his Ryze and Ekko.
- Is a big fan of the K-Pop group Black Pink, his favourite song is Boombayah.
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|Jiizuke 1v1 Tournament Results|
|2018-12-08||9 - 16||All-Star 2018 Las Vegas||LEC||0 : 1 Faker|
- January 19, Postgame Interview, VIT vs. H2K - Week 1 Game 2 , EU LCS Spring Split , Team Vitality vs. H2k-Gaming (2018) with Medic on LoL Esports
- January 19, Jiizuke: The first Italian in the EU LCS with Erin "Yuka" Bower on LoL Esports
- January 25, Vitality Jiizuke: "I just knew that, going into 'Week One' we could take the 2-0" with Adel Chouadria on Inven Global
- February 16, The Italian Stallion: Jiizuke's early claim for EU LCS MVP by Joe Tortorice on Dot Esports
- February 16, Perkz and Jiizuke go head-to-head in a battle of top EU mid laners by Joe Tortorice on Dot Esports
- September 26, Team Vitality's Boot Camp in Korea: "They say that we're trapped in group B. But it's the other way around, RNG and Gen.G are trapped with us." with Joonkyu "Lasso" Seok and Yudae "Akiin" Oak on Inven Global
- September 27, Can Vitality surprise us one more time at Worlds? by Xing Li on Dot Esports
- October 10, VIT Jiizuke: "When Crown picked Syndra, I knew I wanted Ekko. Against their team comp...I knew I wanted Ekko." with Joonkyu "Lasso" Seok and James "Bick" Hong on Inven Global
- October 14, Jiizuke on the agony and the ecstasy of Vitality's 2018 Worlds with Travis Gafford on YouTube
- December 12, Jiizuke reveals which EU mid laner he wants to face in 2019 with Travis Gafford on YouTube
- December 21, VIT Jiizuke: "I'm proud of my individual performance at Worlds...I watched the replays afterwards and was like, 'Is this me?!'" with NickGeracie on Inven Global
- January 31, Vitality Jiizuke, after spending the offseason in Korean solo queue: "I don't feel like I have any weaknesses right now because of the practice I had." by Adel Chouadria on Inven Global
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