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|Name||Jorge Casanovas Moreno-Torres|
|Country of Birth||Spain|
|Team||SK Gaming Prime|
|Soloqueue IDs||MAD Werlyb, Werly to the B, mT Werlyb, Dragons Werlyb, GIANTS Werlyb, Tito Werlyb|
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Jorge "Werlyb" Casanovas Moreno-Torres is a League of Legends esports player, currently top laner for SK Gaming Prime.
With Giants Gaming, Werlyb competed in the Spring Expansion Tournament, and qualified for the Offline Stage after beating Ascension and Millenium. In the Offline Stage, GIANTS won their first matchup against Reason Gaming, meaning they were one win away from the LCS. The team then lost to H2k-Gaming in the Winner's Bracket Final, but beat Reason Gaming in the Loser's Bracket Final, meaning they would go on to play in the LCS Spring Split.
The Spring Split itself was unsuccessful for Werlyb and the team, finishing in 9th place, which meant that they would play in the Summer Promotion. Here Giants Gaming faced Reason Gaming and came out victorious, securing their spot in the Summer Split.
The Summer Split was far more positive for Giants Gaming, finishing in 6th place, thanks in part to Werlyb's performances on a range of different champions. In the Summer Playoffs, Giants Gaming were beaten in the quarterfinals by H2k-Gaming, meaning that they would pick up 20 Championship Points and go on to play in the 2015 Season Europe Regional Finals. Werlyb and the team went on to lose to Team ROCCAT in Round 1 of the gauntlet.
In January 2017, he shared team with xPePii and Falco and along the split they won Super Liga Orange against KIYF eSports Club and Gamergy. He left the team in Aug 2017 joining as the toplaner of MAD Lions with Nemesis, Selfmade, Falco, Jesklaa and Araneae as a head coach, embarking in a successful new project.
In January 2018, Jeskla left MAD Lions and was replaced by Crownshot, who was formerly playing for Team-LDLC. They showed good progress during the SuperLiga Orange 2018 Spring, and finished 1st place. At the EM 2018 Spring Main Event the team would finish 3rd place against Origen, despite showing an excellent performance.
After their unsuccessful EU Masters run, the team managed to qualify for the LVP SLO 2018 Summer Playoffs after a mediocre LVP SLO 2018 Summer split. They took 1st place in LVP SLO 2018 Summer Playoffs, defeating Vodafone Giants.Spain, meaning they will get to play in the European Masters (EM 2018 Summer Main Event) once more. They would finally win a European Masters title, defeating NiP in the finals 3-0.
At the end of the year, they won the Iberian Cup as expected, but the roster disbanded just before the start of the 2019 season.
Werlyb joined SK Gaming alongside Selfmade and Crownshot also formerly of MAD Lions, as well as Pirean from SK Telecom T1 and Dreams, an unknown and untested substitute support from Team Vitality. This would mark the 2nd season Werlyb has played in the LEC.
- He has 11 siblings.
- He loves clothes.
- He really wants to get Jax Pax Skin.
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- May 19, Presentación equipo de LOL entrevista a Werlyb (Spanish) with , and on followdragons
- January 12, Werlyb - Relato de un jugador [Primera parte] (Spanish with English Subtitles) by LVPes on LVPWard
- January 19, Werlyb - Relato de un jugador [Segunda Parte] Eng Subs (Spanish with English Subtitles) by LVPes on LVPWard
- January 22, Werlyb on returning to the LEC with SK Gaming and his learning in the LVP with Darius Matuschak on The Shotcaller
- March 17, Werlyb: "I feel like I'm flying right now. I'm so happy." with Darius Matuschak on The Shotcaller
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