Leviatán Leviatán Latin America South Rank #1 tex Ian Botsch kiNgg Francisco Aravena Mazino Roberto Rivas aspas Erick Santos C0M Corbin Lee have made changes to their starting roster by moving Agustin "nzr" Ibarra to a substitute role. Despite recently taking home the crown at the Superdome 2023: Colombia event, the lineup has undergone changes and is now incomplete.

Before Leviatán, nzr played under FURIA FURIA Brazil Rank #5 kon4n Vitor Hugo mwzera Leonardo Serrati liazzi Felipe Galiazzi havoc Ilan Eloy Khalil Khalil Schmidt and helped take them to Champions two years in a row. Prior to the commencement of 2023's LOCK//IN, he found himself signing with Leviatán amidst the roster shuffles following franchising.

The roster performed fairly well in Brazil, and took home a top eight finish after falling to semifinalists Natus Vincere Natus Vincere Europe Rank #3 ANGE1 Kyrylo Karasov Shao Andrey Kiprsky Zyppan Pontus Eek SUYGETSU Dmitry Ilyushin ardiis Ardis Svarenieks . Eager to surpass their previous results in the Americas League, the team advanced to the playoffs, but were sent home winless after suffering losses to FURIA and Cloud9 Cloud9 North America Rank #9 Xeppaa Erick Bach jakee Jake Anderson vanity Anthony Malaspina OXY Francis Hoang wippie Maxim Shepelev .

Forced to fight in the Americas LCQ for a ticket to Champions, nzr and the rest of Leviatán fell to KRÜ Esports KRÜ Esports Latin America South Rank #5 keznit Angelo Mori Klaus Nicolas Ferrari mta Nicolás González Shyy Fabian Usnayo Melser Marco Eliot Machuca Amaro in their opening match and were sent to the lower bracket.

After dispatching of Sentinels Sentinels North America Rank #5 TenZ Tyson Ngo Zellsis Jordan Montemurro zekken Zachary Patrone johnqt Mohamed Amine Ouarid Sacy Gustavo Rossi , Leviatán eliminated Cloud9 in a five-map thriller to secure a grand finals appearance with KRÜ. Unfortunately, the team could not stop the Cinderella run that KRÜ had embarked on, and their 2023 chapter was cut short by the very team that went winless in the Americas League.

A series of roster changes ensued as Shyy and Tacolilla were swapped out for aspas and tex . The new iteration of Leviatán enacted their revenge on KRÜ in their opening match of Superdome, and went on to defeat Cloud9 and FURIA to win the event without dropping a map.

Despite their success in Colombia, roster changes were still in order. The organization expressed that the sudden change in the team was not planned, and that the future of the lineup would be announced soon.

Leviatán Leviatán Latin America South Rank #1 tex Ian Botsch kiNgg Francisco Aravena Mazino Roberto Rivas aspas Erick Santos C0M Corbin Lee are now:

  • Ian "tex" Botsch
  • Francisco "kiNgg" Aravena
  • Roberto "Mazino" Rivas
  • Erick "aspas" Santos
  • Agustin "nzr" Ibarra (Sub)
  • Alex "goked" Kie (Head coach)
  • Dimitar "Itopata" Staev (Assistant coach)