Spanish League of Legends The competitive season is about to begin. Often considered the strongest country in Europe League, the Superliga has a history of serving as a proving ground for Spanish players who often end up competing in the LEC. This year, players like G2 bot laner Victor “Flakked” Lirola and MAD Lions jungler Javier “Elyoya” Prades Batalla have landed in Europe’s premier arena after making a name for themselves in the Superliga. .
Even some famous international LEC players seem to have come of age in the Spanish team League context. Vitality’s Polish jungler, Selfmade, joined the MAD Lions’ first national roster in Spain when the organization was first formed, and Attila, Vitality’s former Portuguese bot laner , who was formerly known as Minitroupax, started at Vodafone Giants’ academy before stepping up to the main roster in 2017.
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In 2022, the Superliga welcomed five new teams that caught everyone’s attention. From the long-awaited list of superstar streamer Ibai to joining FC Barcelona’s team for the first time League esports, here are five new teams to watch out for at the start of the season.
Last September, the newly formed organization purchased Astralis Stormbringers’ position in the Superliga for €300,000 (about $340,000). KOI Esports was officially launched at a live event at Palau Sant Jordi in Barcelona last month. Its founder, Spanish streamer and influencer Ibai Llanos – with over six million followers on Twitter – and FC Barcelona’s superstar footballer, Gerard Piqué, introduced about the new organization League team to a packed stadium and a Twitch audience of more than 300,000 viewers on Ibai’s channel. The organization’s already large fan base saw them in action during the presentation, where they beat Karmine Corp in a heated match. After the show, KOI made headlines when they amassed 200,000 Twitter followers in a two-hour period.
KOI’s starting lineup consisted of top laner Enzo “SLT” Gonzalez, jungler Luis “Koldo” Pérez, mid laner Jørgen “Hatrixx” Elgåen, bot laner Rafa “Rafitta” Ayllón Zapata, and support. Daniel “seaz” Binderhofer and head coach Jesús “Falco” Pérez Rubio.
Team Heretics is by no means a new organization. With the list in Call of Duty, Clash Royale, CS GO, Rainbow Six Siege, and Fortnite, the Spanish organization known for its achievements in CS GO and CoD tried to enter the country League for a long time, and now the Heretics have finally set foot in it. The Heretics previously played as G2’s academy team in 2019, also known as G2 Heretics. This year, however, the organization will operate under its own administration and banner.
In addition to a brand new roster, Team Heretics has also signed former SK top laner Jorge “Werlyb” Casanovas as a League of Legends ambassador and Team Heretics organization partner.
They recently introduced a new roster that includes top laner Max “Satorius” Günther, jungler Subicz “bluerzor” Danhiel, mid laner Artur “Zwyroo” Trojan, top laner Jakob “Jackspektra” Kepple, and support Alexandru “whiteinn” Kolozsvari.
LEC powerhouse Fnatic has signed an agreement with Team Queso, a Spanish organization that has held a position at the Superliga since 2019. The alliance between the two organizations has been announced as the renamed academy team. and relocated Fnatic.
With a new unified logo that unites both brands, Fnatic Team Queso has a remarkably strong roster that includes top laner Óscar “Oscarinin” Muñoz Jiménez, jungler Magnus “Maxi” Kristensen, mid laner João Miguel “Baca” Novais Bigas, bot laner Louis “BEAN” Schmitz, and support Rúben “rhuckz” Barbosa.
FC Barcelona is one of the most famous football clubs in the world, and in the last few years rumors and whispers about the organization venturing into League esports has filled Reddit threads, stadium halls, and community gatherings.
The club is not a complete stranger to the e-sports industry, having formed teams for other titles such as Missile Federation and Hearthstone, but the heads began to turn when the organization announced League squad — around the same time as one of the club’s superstars, Gerard Piqué, announced his own League team with Ibai.
Barça Esports recently announced its full starting lineup, which includes top laner Jakub “Dreedy” Viceník, jungler Dimitar “LeBron” Kostadinov, mid laner Mihail “twohoyrz” Petkov, and Luca support. “Lucky” Santos Fontinha, and former EXCEL bot laner Matthew “deadly” Smith.
Perhaps the new team announcements are less shocking or mediating than those of Bisons Esports. The Bisons are a new team with no affiliation with major football clubs or veteran e-sports organizations. Based in the north of Spain, Bisons Esports has acquired its spot in the Superliga, previously occupied by BCN Squad, for 190,000 euros (about $216,000).
The team consists of young talents from the Basque region, where the new organization is located. The new squad has been announced in an epic piece of cinematic content that introduces five cloaked players as they navigate the wilderness and breathtaking landscapes of Spain’s Basque region.
The players that make up the list are Alejandro “Jandrolo” Reyes, Asier “AsiO” Corral, Adrián “Essential” Danlos, Martin “Machine” Danlos and Eneko “Enekoló Paganini” Rodríguez. As the season begins, the young squad will have a chance to prove themselves against some of the strongest teams the region has seen over the years.
The Superliga Spring Split begins Monday, January 10, at 11 a.m. CT. Fans can follow the contest on Superliga Twitch channel.
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