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WhiteLotus
INF Whitelotus 2020 Closing.png
Background Information
NameMatías Musso
Country of Birth
Argentina
BirthdayAugust 27, 1996 (age 24)
Residency
LAT
Latin America
Prev Residencies
LAS
LAS
Competitive
TeamInfinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngInfinity Esports
Contract Expires2020-11-18
Role
Bot Laner
Favorite Champs



Soloqueue IDsKLG WhiteLotus, KLG Ohq, KLG WL, CLG Liftlift, LKAliBracamontes, UN MANZANAZO (LAN), ELBIGOTEEEEEEEEE (LAN), ad1ad2ad3ad4ad5 (NA), bangdeftdl (BR), Player69420 (BR), bot no summs, xXplayer69420Xx (EUW)
Social Media & Links
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Matías "WhiteLotus" Musso is a League of Legends esports player, currently bot laner for Infinity Esports.

Team History

Combine Role Swaps:No|Yes
Dates:Approx|Exact
TeamStartEnd
LAS
RtN Gaminglogo std.pngRtN Gaming
Jun 20142014-06-09Oct 20142014-10-02[1]3mo 23d
ejel
LAS
Last Kingslogo std.pngLast Kings
Dec 20142014-12-10May 20152015-05-135mo 3d
ejel
LAS
PEX Teamlogo std.pngPEX Team
Dec 20142014-12-23[3]Dec 20142014-12-31[2]8d
ejel
LAS
Kaos Latin Gamerslogo std.pngKaos Latin Gamers
May 20152015-05-13[5]Sep 20152015-09-27[4]4mo 14d
ejel
LAS
Last Kingslogo std.pngLast Kings
Sep 20152015-09-30May 20162016-05-027mo 2d
ejel
LAN
Lyon Gaming (2013 Latin American Team)logo std.pngLyon Gaming
May 20162016-05-03[7]Dec 20172017-12-05[6]1yr 7mo
ejel
LAN
Rainbow7logo std.pngRainbow7
Dec 20172017-12-05[11]Nov 20182018-11-18[8]11mo 13d
ejel
BR
INTZlogo std.pngINTZ
Dec 20182018-12-12[13]May 20192019-05-13[12]5mo 1d
ejel
BR
Redemption eSports Porto Alegrelogo std.pngRedemption POA
May 20192019-05-13[15]Nov 20192019-11-18[14]6mo 5d
ejel
LAT
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngInfinity Esports
Dec 20192019-12-06[16]Present9mo 22d
ej
TeamStartEnd
LAS
RtN Gaminglogo std.pngRtN Gaming
Jun 20142014-06-09Oct 20142014-10-02[1]3mo 23d
ejel
LAS
Last Kingslogo std.pngLast Kings
Dec 20142014-12-10May 20152015-05-135mo 3d
ejel
LAS
PEX Teamlogo std.pngPEX Team
Dec 20142014-12-23[3]Dec 20142014-12-31[2]8d
ejel
LAS
Kaos Latin Gamerslogo std.pngKaos Latin Gamers
May 20152015-05-13[5]Sep 20152015-09-27[4]4mo 14d
ejel
LAS
Last Kingslogo std.pngLast Kings
Sep 20152015-09-30May 20162016-05-027mo 2d
ejel
LAN
Lyon Gaming (2013 Latin American Team)logo std.pngLyon Gaming
May 20162016-05-03[7]Dec 20172017-12-05[6]1yr 7mo
ejel
LAN
Rainbow7logo std.pngRainbow7
Dec 20172017-12-05[11]Nov 20182018-11-18[8]11mo 13d
ejel
BR
INTZlogo std.pngINTZ
Dec 20182018-12-12[13]May 20192019-05-13[12]5mo 1d
ejel
BR
Redemption eSports Porto Alegrelogo std.pngRedemption POA
May 20192019-05-13[15]Nov 20192019-11-18[14]6mo 5d
ejel
LAT
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngInfinity Esports
Dec 20192019-12-06[16]Present9mo 22d
ej

News

  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
LAS
RtN Gaminglogo std.pngRtNJune 9,
WhiteLotus joins.

Nothing leaves.
LAS
RtN Gaminglogo std.pngRtNOctober 2,
Orlan joins.
Sparks (Top to Bot) changes position.
WhiteLotus leaves.[1]
LAS
Last Kingslogo std.pngLKDecember 10, Team is created.
Nipphu,
Tierwulf,
Gos,
WhiteLotus, and
Primo join.
LAS
PEX Teamlogo std.pngPEXDecember 23,
WhiteLotus and
BlackLotus join.

FraGio and
Megajp rejoin.
[3]
LAS
PEX Teamlogo std.pngPEXDecember 31, Roster disband.
FraGio,
Megajp,
WhiteLotus, and
BlackLotus leave.[2]
LAS
Kaos Latin Gamerslogo std.pngKLGMay 13,
WhiteLotus joins.

Zeicro leaves.[5]
LAS
Last Kingslogo std.pngLKMay 13,
Gos,
WhiteLotus, and
BlackLotus leave.
LAS
Kaos Latin Gamerslogo std.pngKLGSeptember 27,
SagaZ rejoins.

Rakyz joins as substitute.

WhiteLotus leaves.[4]
LAS
Last Kingslogo std.pngLKSeptember 30,
WhiteLotus rejoins.
LAS
Last Kingslogo std.pngLKMay 2,
WhiteLotus leaves.
LAN
Lyon Gaming (2013 Latin American Team)logo std.pngLYNMay 3,
WhiteLotus joins.
[7]
LAN
Lyon Gaming (2013 Latin American Team)logo std.pngLYNDecember 5, Team renames to Rainbow7.
Jirall,
Oddie,
Seiya,
WhiteLotus,
Genthix,
MarioMe, Yeti (Head Coach), and Zanxter (Team Manager) leave.[6]
LAN
Rainbow7logo std.pngR7December 5, Lyon Gaming is forced to change their name and logo and renames to Rainbow7.
Jirall,
Oddie,
Seiya,
WhiteLotus,
Genthix, Yeti (Head Coach), and Zanxter (Team Manager) join.

MarioMe joins as substitute.
[11]
LAN
Rainbow7logo std.pngR7November 18,
Oddie,
WhiteLotus, and
Genthix leave.[8][9][10]
LAT
Free Agentlogo std.pngF/ADecember 4, WhiteLotus changes residency from
LAS
LAS
to
LAT
Latin America
.
BR
INTZlogo std.pngITZDecember 12,
WhiteLotus joins.
[13]
BR
INTZlogo std.pngITZJanuary 9,
WHITELOTUS, Maestro (Head Coach), and ONMETA (Assistant Coach)'s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.
Sephis' contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.
BocaJR's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021.[17]
BR
INTZlogo std.pngITZMay 13,
WhiteLotus leaves.[12]
BR
Redemption eSports Porto Alegrelogo std.pngRDPMay 13,
WhiteLotus joins.
[15]
BR
Redemption eSports Porto Alegrelogo std.pngRDPJune 3,
Whitelotus and
Codpiece's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2019.
Jockster's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2021. Abaxial (Head Coach)'s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2020.[18]
BR
Redemption eSports Porto Alegrelogo std.pngRDPNovember 18,
Whitelotus leaves.[14]
LAT
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINFDecember 6,
WhiteLotus and
Genthix join.

Straight moves to starting roster.
SolidSnake and Soren (Head Coach) will remain with the team for 2020.[16]
LAT
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINFJanuary 12,
Straight's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2020.
Whitelotus and
Legion's contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 18 November 2020.
Genthix's contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 19 November 2021.[19]
LAT
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINFSeptember 3,
WhiteLotus is allowed to look for opportunities with other teams.[20]

Biography[edit]

His name is Matías Musso and was born in Marcos Juárez, Córdoba, Argentina. He lived in Chile during his time in Last Kings and Kaos Latin Gamers. Now lives in Mexico since joined Lyon Gaming in 2016. He started to play League of Legends in Season 2.

2014 Season[edit]

WhiteLotus started his professional career at RtN Gaming and then PEX, before moving on to join Last Kings on December 10, where he played with BlackLotus for the second time.

2015 Season[edit]

The first competitive season for him was in Last Kings, where played along with Nipphu, Nephthys, Gos, and Electra in the Latin America Cup 2015. They finalized the regular season in the 3rd place, qualifying directly to the playoffs. They played against Kaos Latin Gamers on the semifinals, finalizing the Bo5 0-3 and ending the season in the 3rd place.

After failing to win the cup in the first split, WhiteLotus left Last Kings and joined Kaos Latin Gamers in May 13, team who won the Opening split. The team was Helior, Juliostito, Regi, him, and BearJew. They ended up the round robin in the first place with a 9-1 record and qualifying to the playoffs. They faced Rebirth eSports in the semifinals, winning the series 3-1 and qualifying to the finals. In the finals, they played against Furious Gaming. When everyone thought that it would be a close series, KLG crushed FG with a clean 3-0. After winning LAS finals, they faced the LAN champions Lyon Gaming in the Grand Final, looking for the qualification to the IWCT in Chile.

KLG won in the finals for the second time in a row and qualified to the IWCT, where they played against paiN Gaming and Hard Random, looking for a spot in the next Worlds. They lost the first three matches and won the fourth, forcing a tiebraker with Hard Random. They won the tiebreaker and played a Bo5 against paiN Gaming, where the Brazilians won with a clean 3-0. WhiteLotus left KLG on September 27.

2016 Season[edit]

He rejoined Last Kings for the 2016 season, this time along with Nipphu, Focho, Rakyz, and Badmilk. They finished the regular season in 2nd place with a record of 3-6-1 (12-8) and qualified to playoffs. They won 3-0 against Rebirth eSports in semifinals and faced Isurus Gaming in the finals. Unfortunately, ISG won with a clean 3-0. WhiteLotus finalized his second time in LK on May 2.

One day after leaving Last Kings, he emigrated to Mexico and joined Lyon Gaming, where he played along with his friend Seiya and the other teammates Jirall, Oddie, and Arce. He has adapted quickly to the new team and had a very good relationship with his teammates. The first regular season in LAN, his team ended the round robin with a clean 10-0 (20-2) and qualifying directly to the semifinals, where they faced ZAGA Talent Gaming. Lyon won the semifinals series with an easily 3-0. In the finals, they played against Just Toys Havoks, but they weren't worthy rivals either.

After winning 3-0 in the finals, Lyon qualified to the 2016 International Wildcard Qualifier to play in Brazil, looking for a spot in the 2016 Worlds. In the IWCQ, they expected to end up in the last position, but they smashed every team in the group stage, and only Albus NoX Luna beat them. They finalized the group stage in the first place with a 6-1 record. In the bracket stage, they faced Albus NoX Luna and, after five amazing games, Lyon lost 2-3 and WhiteLotus failed to qualify to Worlds for the second time in two consecutive years. After this tournament, Arce retires from competitive, leaving WhiteLotus without a support.

On October, Lyon played the IEM Season 11 - Challenger, looking for a spot in IEM Oakland and the first tournament in the season without Arce. Choisix joined the team for a tryout period and played this tournament with the team. In the first round, Lyon faced Chiefs and lost 2-0. In the Loser's Bracket, they faced Kaos Latin Gamers, where they won 2-0. In the next round, they played against Chiefs again, and the winner of this Bo3 would qualify to IEM Oakland. Unfortunately, Lyon lost 2-0 again and closed its participation in the tournament with a poor performance.

2017 Season[edit]

On December 16, 2016, the new support for Lyon Gaming was announced. Genthix, WhiteLotus' friend, would be the support of the team for the coming season. During the split, Lyon showed an absolute dominance in every single game. After the amazing campaign from them, ending the Regular Season with 13 wins, 1 draw, and 0 losses, the team qualifies to the Playoffs (several weeks before the end of the split). They just lost a single game against Infinity eSports. WhiteLotus ended this Round Robin with a KDA of 4.85, after 28 games. They faced Predators eSports in the Playoffs, ending the series with an easy 3-0. They beated Just Toys Havoks with another clean 3-0 in the Finals and qualified to the 2017 Mid-Season Invitational in Brazil.

They faced Isurus Gaming, GIGABYTE Marines, and Virtus.pro in the Group B of the MSI Play-In stage. After a great performance, his team ended its MSI journey on 2nd place in his group with a record of 4-2, just behind the 5-1's Marines (team that later qualified to the main event and was considered one of the best teams of the entire tournament).

On July 2017, a new worldwide tournament called Rift Rivals was celebrated. Unfortunately, WhiteLotus didn't participate on this tournament due to visa issues in Mexico.

For the second split of the year, Lyon Gaming was the champion of the 2017 LLN Closing Season, after ending the round robin with a record of 11-3-0 (25-3) and after beating Predators eSports and Just Toys Havoks in semi-finals and finals of the playoffs, respectively. That meant that the team will attend for the first time to the World Championship, being him and Genthix the first argentinian players on a Worlds event.

On the Worlds Play-In, they were matched with 2017 Mid-Season Invitational's runner-up Team WE from China and 2017 LCL Summer champion Gambit Esports from Russia, being this the most difficult group of the Play-In stage. WhiteLotus got a pentakill in the second game versus Gambit Esports and was also the first of the tournament. Affortunately, the team had an outstanding performance and managed to qualify for the next stage, where they faced Cloud9. Suddenly, Lyon lost 0-3 versus them, ending the dream to compete on the Worlds Main Event, but one more time being flattered by the Riot worldwide casters and players from other teams for their amazing way to play the game, specially WhiteLotus.

2018 Season[edit]

During the Preseason 2018, it was announced that WhiteLotus was suspended for 4 competitive months starting in January due to some toxic behavior in SoloQ. This meant him will not be able to play in any tournament until May 1. Several weeks before, his team Lyon Gaming was forced to change their name and logo if they want to still compete in the LLN, and also they had to pay $10,000 to Thyak for the brand rights. The team's new name was Rainbow7.

After four whole months being unable to play, Matías was unbanned on May 1.

Trivia[edit]

  • WhiteLotus was the first player to gather the title of champion in every Latin America major league (with the exception of the recently unified LLA), winning LAS 2015 Opening Cup with Kaos Latin Gamers, several LLN titles with Lyon Gaming and CBLOL 2019 Split 2 with INTZ e-Sports. Even so, in recent interviews he has declared that he doesn't recognize the latter, as he was a sub player for INTZ during most of the season.
  • Loves
    Vayne
    and
    Tristana
    and is known for his amazing plays with them. He also excels with
    Lucian
    .
  • Started to play League of Legends in Season 2.
  • Widely considered the best AD carry in Latin America.
  • His favorite champion is
    Kalista
    .
  • He got his first pentakill of his career with that champion. It was in his second game at the Worlds 2017 versus Gambit Esports.
  • Known for his aggressive playstyle.
  • Formed the "Lotus Botlane" with BlackLotus in their PEX late days.
  • Had an account in LAS named "LKAliBracamontes" in honor of his friend Seiya.
  • Many professional Brazilian teams offered him contract, but he refused them all.
  • Wears a wool cap almost every day.
  • Likes football, and is a fan of Boca Juniors.
  • His favorite player is Deft. He really enjoys watching his competitive games and his stream.
  • Has a good friend relationship with Badmilk (former teammate).
  • Is criticized for flashing forward in crucial competitive games, which results in either death, or a clutch killing spree.
  • Likes cereal a lot, to the point of sometimes only eating cereal for a whole day.
  • Started to play competitive at the age of 16.
  • Reached Challenger in all American servers (LAS, LAN, BR, and NA).
  • Was chosen to represent Latin America as the AD carry in the IWC All-Star Melbourne 2015.
  • His fans made a Facebook group called "WhiteLotus Army".
  • First Argentinian player to attend a World Championship, along with Genthix.
  • Also known as "GODLOTUS" by the community.

Pentakills

DateRegionTournamentTeamVsChampionPosW/LKDASBVOD
2017-09-24
INT
International
Worlds 2017 Play-InLyon Gaming (2013 Latin American Team)logo std.pngGambit Esportslogo std.png
Kalista
BotW10/0/2Link
Click here for a full list of pentakills by all players.

Tournament Results[edit]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Minimum place

WhiteLotus Tournament Results
DatePlEventLast ResultRoster
2020-08-095 LLA 2020 Closing
10Blanklogo std.pngPts
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF Straight,  Pillo,  SolidSnake,  Cotopaco,  WhiteLotus,  Genthix,  Enatsu
2020-05-301 Best Role in LatAm Tournament 2020
1 : 0Logo std.pngTOP
Logo std.pngADC Alive,  Warangelus,  KreshtDoo,  Nobody,  WhiteLotus
2020-04-254 LLA 2020 Opening Playoffs
1 : 3Isuruslogo std.pngISG
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF Straight,  SolidSnake,  Cotopaco,  WhiteLotus,  Genthix,  Soren
2020-04-193 LLA 2020 Opening
15Blanklogo std.pngPts
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF Straight,  SolidSnake,  Cotopaco,  WhiteLotus,  Genthix,  Soren
2019-08-106 CBLOL 2019 Split 2
7 - 14Blanklogo std.pngRR
Redemption eSports Porto Alegrelogo std.pngRDP Nyu,  Glowcore,  Zuao,  Days4fun,  Krastymel,  Whitelotus,  Jockster,  Codpiece,  Abaxial,  Piroxz
2019-04-191 DreamHack Rio 2019 Showmatch
2 : 1Flamengo eSportslogo std.pngFLA
INTZlogo std.pngITZ Tay,  Shini,  Envy,  WhiteLotus,  RedBert
2019-03-242 CBLOL 2019 Split 1
13 - 8Blanklogo std.pngRR
INTZlogo std.pngITZ Tay,  Lynx,  Shini,  Sephis,  Envy,  Hauz,  WHITELOTUS,  Mills,  RedBert,  BocaJR,  Maestro,  ONMETA
2018-09-023 - 4 LLN 2018 Closing Playoffs
1 : 3Dash9 Gaminglogo std.pngD9
Rainbow7logo std.pngR7 Jirall,  Oddie,  sEiya,  WhiteLotus,  Genthix,  Yeti
2018-08-251 LLN 2018 Closing
11 - 3Blanklogo std.pngRR
Rainbow7logo std.pngR7 Jirall,  Oddie,  sEiya,  WhiteLotus,  Genthix,  Yeti
2018-07-083 Rift Rivals 2018 LLN-CLS-CBLOL
2 : 3Copa Latinoamerica Surlogo std.pngCLS
Rainbow7logo std.pngR7 Jirall,  Oddie,  sEiya,  WhiteLotus,  Genthix,  Yeti
WhiteLotus 1v1 Tournament Results
DatePlEventPrizeTeamLast Result
2015-11-293 - 4All-Star 2015 IWC MelbourneTeam LatAmlogo std.pngLatAm0 : FB ⁠Team LatAmlogo std.pngSeiya

Media[edit]

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018

Post-Match Interviews

DateTournamentMatchLink
2020-08-08LLA 2020 Closing
All Knightslogo std.pngAK
vs
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF
Link
2020-08-01LLA 2020 Closing
Isuruslogo std.pngISG
vs
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF
Link
2020-06-28LLA 2020 Closing
XTEN Esportslogo std.pngXTN
vs
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF
Link
2020-02-29LLA 2020 Opening
Furious Gaminglogo std.pngFG
vs
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF
Link
2020-02-22LLA 2020 Opening
All Knightslogo std.pngAK
vs
Infinity Esports (Latin American Team)logo std.pngINF
Link

Images[edit]

Redirects

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References