Who are the best Mexican players in League of Legends?

The national month brings us dates that give us the opportunity to remember our heroes and recognize all those Mexicans who make us feel proud of how they represent us in their area; Esports are no strangers to this national pride, as we have the Mexican League Division of Honor Telcel, for its ranks some of the best Mexican League of Legends players compete and have passed .

The Telcel Division of Honor has been the seedbed and the scene of the most outstanding national players who take advantage of their passage to show what they are made of and climb to the best continental and world competitions, the most recent case: Estral Esports, who after the three-time championship in the DDH, are one step away from reaching a place in the Latin American League (LLA ) .

To the cry of Long live the heroes who give us “Extermination” and “First Blood”! we bring you the best 5 Mexicans from the League of Legends Telcel Honor Division

Long live NerzhuL!

The native of Culiacán, Sinaloa, currently supports and recently champion of the North Regional with Estral Esports, also threetime champion of the Telcel Division of Honor, multiple champion of the Latin American Cup and “ally” in fear teams with Seiya and LiquidDiego, with whom he has dominated the local and continental leagues by being part of squads like Lyon Gaming and Estral Esports. NerzhuL is a fan favorite, who charismatic and imposing like Braum, his most used champion “roams the frozen north wearing a mustachioed smile as big as his muscles.”

Long live LiquidDiego!

El experimentado jugador mexiquense de 24 años, con 8 años de carrera en los esports es uno de los jugadores más galardonados de la escena nacional pues el Jungla mexicano, es tres veces campeón y actual MVP de la #DDHLOL, campeón del Regional Norte con Estral y ha sido subcampeón de la Liga Latinoamérica Norte con Just Toys Havoks, sin duda uno de los mejores representantes mexicanos en la Grieta del Invocador, LiquiDiego, honra al segundo Campeón que más ha utilizado en su carrera: Lee Sin al ser un “peleador ejemplar que canaliza la esencia del espíritu del dragón para enfrentar cualquier desafío que se le presente.”

¡Viva Mataz!

La “jungla mexicana” tiene a un digno representante: Mataz representa a todos aquellos gamers que tienen el sueño de llegar al circuito profesional, ganando en múltiples ocasiones los Campeonatos Nacionales, hasta lograr un cupo en el máximo competitivo mexicano, la División de Honor Telcel, representó a México en 2018 en el Campeonato Mundial de esports de la IeSF finalizando en la ronda de 16. Con su campeón favorito, Jarvan IV, hace honor de su campeón preferido al “inspirar a sus tropas con su temible valentía y desinteresada determinación”, tal como un héroe de la independencia.

¡Viva Tyr!

El mexicano de 22 años, al igual que Mataz, representa a todos aquellos jugadores que sueñan escalar hasta llegar a lo más alto, pues junto con Mataz, en 2018 dominaron 4 de 5 torneos de Circuitos Nacionales, categoría de ascenso para la División de Honor Telcel, en donde gracias a sus destacadas actuaciones logró un cupo en Mad Lions México, para posteriormente unirse a Cream Real Betis; TyR conoce lo que es sentir la bandera tricolor, pues en 2018 formó parte de la selección que nos representó en el Campeonato Mundial de esports de la IeSF finalizando en la ronda de 16. El Support tricolor, actualmente desempeña su posicion para Azules Esports en la LLA, obteniendo el 4to lugar esta temporada. UEl campeón mas utilizado de TyR es Braum, y fiel al estilo del bigotón y fortachón el mexicano también “es un querido héroe, que seguro ha hecho que muchas tabernas al norte de Frostheld y varias ciudades de México brinden por su fuerza legendaria”

¡Viva Soren!

Soren’s experience and value has stood out in directing the course and proposing strategies for his teams as Coach, leading them to obtain multiple titles such as the North Latin America (LLN) championship that allowed him to represent the region in the League of Legends World Cup in 2018, along with 3rd and 4th place for Infinity Esports in the Latin American League (LLA), as well as the Telcel Honor Division title and the Northern Regional for Estral. Soren has commanded great players such as the Mexican LiquidDiego, the Colombian Cotopaco and the Peruvian SolidSnake. The “commander” Soren, could well be our José María Morelos y Pavón in League of Legends, leading us victorious through the early, mid and late game to victory.

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