LEV: Org Overview

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-Leviatan Esports was founded in 2020 and has quickly grown as one of the larger organizations in LATAM.
-The org currently hosts rosters in CSGO, LoL, Free Fire, Rocket League, Warzone, and Wild Rift
-They also host 3 VALORANT rosters; a main team, an academy team, and a female team
-The org was founded by Fernando "F10" Diez, who also operates AfTechCorp

-Before competing as Leviatan, 4 of the 5 core players of the org would compete with Australs. This 5 would be:


-Australs would start of 2021 hot, fighting their way through the first 3 LATAM-S qualifiers to earn themselves a spot at Masters 1, albeit with some hiccups and bumps along the way
-At masters, Australs would hit their form, taking out KRU in a revenge matchup to earn their spot in the finals, and would sweep Wygers Argentina 3-0 in the finals to win the first Masters in LAS
-The squad would skip the first qualifier for Stage 2 challengers (If anyone knows why I'll fill it in and include it here with your credit), and would face a Ro16 loss in the second qualifier to ATROPELADOS, ending Australs' run for international contention very early in Stage 2.
-Between splits, Australs would play several T2 non-VCT tournaments, with staggered results
-Going into Stage 3, Australs would tear through Challengers and get all the way to the finals of playoffs for LATAM, their highest placement since winning Masters 1. Unfortunately, they would get swept by KRU, and would end their Stage 3 run one match away from Masters Berlin
-However, Australs had performed well enough to earn themselves a spot at the SA LCQ, giving them one final chance for international contention. Between splits, they would sub out Closer for Capi.
-Again, Australs would tear through the bracket, getting all the way to the Grand Finals of SA LCQ with a match against Furia to decide their fate. They would again get swept 3-0, and end their VCT season in second place at the SA LCQ.
-During the offseason, Australs would release the entire roster, but they would stick together as Ex-Australs
-Shortly after the entire squad got released, Leviatan would come in and pick them up, but would swap Capi for vaiZ.

-Due to the roster's consistent performance as Australs, Leviatan would be given a bye into the Challengers group stage of 2022. The squad would start undefeated until a late week 4 loss to KRU
-In playoffs, they would make it all the way to the grand final, but would lose in a barnburner BO5 match against KRU that went to all 5 maps. However, they would be given another chance at the BR/LATAM LCQ, but would also fall short to NiP, who would attend Masters in their place. They would also lose this final 3-0.
-The squad would make no changes between splits, and would return to Stage 2 challengers with the same 5. They would again start 3-0, but would lose to KRU in week 4. Following this loss, VaiZ would be swapped for Shyy, a player from the academy roster. With this roster change, Leviatan became, and still are:


-in playoffs, they would fight through the lower bracket to earn a rematch with KRU in the Grand Finals, and would take them down 3-0 to qualify for their first international event in Copenhagen. Since KRU would go on to win the BR/LATAM LCQ, Leviatan were seeded directly into playoffs
-In Copenhagen, they would lose their opener to DRX, but would beat them convincingly on Ascent. After being sent to the lower bracket, they would send home XSET, before being sent home by FNATIC themselves. Due to KRU's failure to make it out of groups, Leviatan were automatically qualified for playoffs
-At Champions, Leviatan stunned everyone by tearing through their group, beating both EMEA LCQ winners Liquid, and Copenhagen runners-up PRX, in 2-0 fashion. They also noteably did not lose a single pistol round during groups.
-Following their group stage run, they would face LOUD in their first match, but would be sqaushed 2-0 by the eventual Champions winners. In the lower bracket they would face Copenhagen champions FPX, who would beat them 2-0 and send them home in 7th-8th place at Champions

-currently, Melser and Adverso have been allowed to explore other options. Shyy, Tacolilla, and kiNgg have all been retained
-Edit: Saadhak may be replacing shyy

-C9: https://www.vlr.gg/148561/cloud9-org-overview
-100T: https://www.vlr.gg/148653/100t-org-overview
-EG: https://www.vlr.gg/148843/eg-org-overview
-SEN: https://www.vlr.gg/148889/sen-org-overview
-NRG: https://www.vlr.gg/149228/nrg-org-ovierview
-LOUD: https://www.vlr.gg/149252/loud-org-overview
-FURIA: https://www.vlr.gg/149494/furia-org-overview
-MIBR: https://www.vlr.gg/149566/mibr-org-overview
-KRU: https://www.vlr.gg/149897/kru-org-overview
-my twitter: https://twitter.com/RyanG2B

That wraps up all of the Americas teams. I'll be taking a short break this weekend, and will begin writing for the EMEA teams on Tuesday. Thank you everyone for your continued support, it doesn't go unnoticed.


W as always



  • they had previous rosters before the australs core
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