Lyon Gaming (2017 Latin America North Team)

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Lyon Gaming
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Team Information
Org LocationMexico Mexico
Team LocationMexico Mexico
Region
LAT
 Latin America
Owner(s)Marcelo "Thyak" Ramones
History
CreatedOrganization 2017-11-30
DisbandedLoL Division 2019-02-26
Social Media & Links
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Lyon Gaming is a Latin American team, refounded by Thyak after he demanded the old team for copyright. For the former Lyon team, go to Lyon Gaming.

History

Lyon Gaming had its beginnings in 2013 when Matías 'Karzek' Flores, founder of the brand, decided to create a competitive team with talent from the region and a single goal in mind: to become the best. One of the most curious facts is that the organization is known as Lyon in honor of the Karzek's son Leon. In that year, the young team didn't take long to stand out among the most dominant contenders in Latin America, taking home all the regional titles and leaving the Latin American North name among the emerging regions known as 'Wildcard'.

Marcelo 'Thyak' Ramones joined Lyon Gaming for the WCG 2013 competition. In this event, Thyak gained popularity among the community and later, together with Carlos Gibrán, current owner of Rainbow7, took the reins of the team.

After Clausura 2017 and the world championship of the same year, the 9-time champion of the North Latin American League was renamed Rainbow7 and Marcelo, owner of the Lyon Gaming brand, decided to ally with Sebastián Reyna, owner of the team recently descended to CDL, Silver Crows, to write a new chapter in the history of this emblematic team.

Today, they are active in various divisions of esports in Mexico. Their most recent achievement in League of Legends was finishing 1st in the group stage of the CDLN 2018 Opening Season, only to fall during the playoffs in the semifinals against PEX Team.

On February 26, 2019, LVP México announced the departure of the team from the División de Honor 2019 Season, after serious financial problems that made the organization unsustainable, dissolving the team immediately and ending its participation as last place.

Timeline

  • 2019
  • 2018
  • 2017

Player Roster

Former

All former players are listed with the residency with which they played their last game on the team (LAN/LAS), even if they departed the team after the 2019 preseason region merge.
R C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
LAN
Mexico Ichiik46 Maximino Llanas 1Top Laner
None
2019-01-072019-01-07 2019-02-262019-02-26
LAN
Mexico Chevis Sebastian Espinosa 2Jungler
None
2019-01-072019-01-07 2019-02-262019-02-26
LAN
Mexico Reyko Alejandro Garza 3Mid Laner
None
2019-01-072019-01-07 2019-02-262019-02-26
LAN
Mexico Letras Oscar Alvarez 4Bot Laner
None
2019-01-072019-01-07 2019-02-262019-02-26
LAN
Mexico Siegman Eduardo Solís 5Support
None
2019-01-072019-01-07 2019-02-262019-02-26
LAN
Mexico Avherno Miguel Arcos 1Sub/Top
None
2019-01-072019-01-07 2019-02-262019-02-26
LAN
Dominican Republic Shy Juan Hernández 2Sub/Jun
None
2019-01-072019-01-07 2019-02-262019-02-26
LAN
Venezuela Sony Nicolás Jiménez 1Top Laner
None
2018-01-232018-01-23 2019-01-072019-01-07
LAN
Venezuela Germoo Germán Papiri 4Sub/Bot
None
2017-12-112017-12-?? 2019-01-072019-01-07
LAN
Mexico LiquidDiego Diego Padilla 2Jungler Predators Esportslogo std.pngPredators Esports 2018-02-102018-02-10 2018-05-222018-05-22
LAS
Argentina Sonyky Agustín Quiroga 5Support Coscu Armylogo std.pngCoscu Army 2018-02-122018-02-12 2018-05-162018-05-16
LAN
Mexico Porky Gerardo Cuamea 1Top Laner Gaming Gaminglogo std.pngGaming Gaming 2018-01-202018-01-20 2018-05-152018-05-15
EU
Spain RNATION Óscar Calvo 4Bot Laner Movistar Riderslogo std.pngMovistar Riders 2017-12-112017-12-11 2018-04-262018-04-26
LAN
Venezuela Seranok Roodman Morón 3Mid Laner
None
2017-12-072017-12-07 2018-04-242018-04-24
LAN
Mexico DCStar Carlos Méndez Mayoral 5Support 6Senselogo std.png6Sense 2017-12-012017-12-01 2018-02-082018-02-08
LAN
Venezuela Deps Santiago de Pool 2Jungler Predators Esportslogo std.pngPredators Esports 2017-12-012017-12-01 2018-02-082018-02-08
LAN
Venezuela Prashant Tomás Sosa 1Top Laner LoL Academialogo std.pngLoL Academia 2017-12-152017-12-15 2018-01-232018-01-23

Organization

Active

C ID Name Position
Mexico Thyak Marcelo Ramones 70Co-Founder, Owner, & Chief Executive Officer
Mexico Seboo Sebastián Reyna 70Co-Founder & Team Manager
Mexico Arturo Lara Co-Founder
Mexico Pablo Pérez Co-Founder
Mexico Chubakon Antolín de la Garza Operations Manager
Argentina Rolez Alejandro Lombardi Community Manager & Graphic Designer

Former

C ID Name Position Next Team
Peru Alonchito Alonso Luis García Soto Head Coach
None
Mexico Gragasaki Mauricio Manzur Head Analyst
None
Brazil Von Gabriel Barbosa 70Head Coach Flamengo eSportslogo std.pngFlamengo eSports

Tournament Results

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.
Lyon Gaming Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2018-09-07A33 - 4IeSF logo small.png IeSF 10th e-Sports Mexico Qualifiers
0 : 2Ordo Equitumlogo std.pngOE
2018-04-04A44CDL 2018.png CDLN 2018 Opening Playoffs
0 : 3PEX Teamlogo std.pngPEX

 Porky,
 LiquidDiego,
 Seranok,
 RNATION,
 Sonyky
2018-03-21A11CDL 2018.png CDLN 2018 Opening
4-4-2Blanklogo std.pngRR

 Porky,
 Sony,
 Deps,
 LiquidDiego,
 Seranok,
 RNATION,
 DCStar,
 Sonyky,
 Von
Total Prize:

Interviews & Articles

Videos

  • 2019

Gallery

External Links

References