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|Country of Birth||Argentina|
|Birthday||April 6, 1987 (age 32)|
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Rodrigo "Onur" Dalmagro is the coach for Furious Gaming.
Rodrigo Dalmagro was born in Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina. He began to have interest on the gaming community at the age of 13, with games like Counter Strike, Starcraft, and League of Legends. Between 2003 and 2009, he played competitive Counter Strike, but at that time it wasn't considered a sport with salary on his region. Years later, once he found SMITE, he wanted to compete at the highest level of that game. He started to play as pro in 2014.
On December 2016, he retired in hopes of becoming a coach in League of Legends.
- Before entering to the League of Legends scene, he was an SMITE pro-player. For more info, check his page on the SMITE wiki.
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|Onur Tournament Results|
LLA 2019 Closing Playoffs
2 : 3XTEN
LLA 2019 Closing
12 - 9RR
LMF 2019 Opening Playoffs
0 : 2ISG.A
LMF 2019 Opening
6 - 8RR
CLS 2018 Closing Playoffs
0 : 3RBT
CLS 2018 Closing
16 - 5RR
- May 22, Onur: Perder el próximo split sería un fracaso para Isurus Gaming (Spanish) with Agustín Avendaño on Código Esports
- February 5, LVP Liga Master: Undead, el campeón que quiere resurgir (Spanish) with Alan Cruz on Cultura Geek
- February 7, Onur: “Creo que Undead es favorito a pesar de los puntos” (Spanish) with , and on Olé
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