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Background Information
Name: Luan Cardoso
Country of Birth: Brazil Brazil
Birthday: February 18, 1996 (1996-02-18) (age 22)
Residency: News Label - Brazil.png Brazil
Team: Vivo Keyd
Role: Support
Favorite champions: VeigarSquare.png LeonaSquare.png JannaSquare.png 
Soloqueue IDs: jocksterisacat
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Team History
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Logo std.png Lemon Gaming
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Logo std.png Animaniacs
Jan 2013 - Feb 2013
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Mar 2013 - Jul 2013
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Jul 2013 - Aug 2013
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Aug 2013 - Nov 2013
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Action Team eSportslogo std.png Action Team eSports
Nov 2013 - Apr 2014
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Apr 2014 - May 2014
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May 2014 - Jun 2014
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Jun 2014 - Nov 2015
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Nov 2015 - Dec 2015
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Dec 2015 - Oct 2017
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Nov 2017 - Present
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Luan "Jockster" Cardoso is the support for Vivo Keyd.


Season 3

During season 3 Jockster was a jungler for many amateur teams like Lemon Gaming and Animaniacs, starting his Pro career on RMA e-Sports but the team was quickly disbanded and picked up by the Acezone organization in order to participate in the BGL tournaments. After a couple months in the Acezone organization the roster was picked by the PeesPlay Gaming organization but did not find success in the Riot Season 3 Brazilian Championship and also disbanded.

After spending some time in mid lane for the Action Team Jockster was hired as the jungler for the Cyber Gamer E-Sports team, but the team was unable to win tournaments and the organization lost many players, which led into the team disband.

2014 Season

Jockster was invited to join Team United where he played alongside his friend MicaO in the Riot Brazilian Champion League 2014 but the team was only able to achieve the 6th place. After the end of the tournament, he and the rest of the team left the Team United organization in order to form the team Out of Position, where Jockster was placed as a support after Djokovic stepped up as the new jungler. Briefly after the roster change the team was signed by INTZ e-Sports.

INTZ quickly became one of the best Brazillian teams and won major tournaments like Circuito Game7 without losing a single game, with the bot lane made of MicaO and Jockster growing into a bot lane that was very respected on the scene.

2015 Season

In the INTZ dominance over the CBLOL 2015 Summer Split, he became one of the best supports in the Brazillian scene, pulling out bans against his VeigarSquare.png Veigar and providing vital peel for MicaO.

After Revolta left the team to join Keyd Stars, Jockster moved back to jungler, while Alocs joined the team. After getting second place in CBLOL Winter 2015, INTZ announced Revolta's return, and the acquisition of Loop to the support role. Instead of leaving INTZ for a starting position in other teams, Jockster decided to stay with INTZ as a substitute.[1]


  • Spends a lot of time playing and streaming with MicaO.
  • His smurf is named “Jocksterisacat” while his longtime friend and lane partner MicaO have a smurf named “Micaoisadog”.
  • Was very sad due to the VeigarSquare.png Veigar changes on Patch 5.4.
  • After playing competitively as jungler and support, joined INTZ Red as top laner.
  • Portrayed as Rek'SaiSquare.png Rek'Sai in the CBLoL 2015 official wallpaper




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