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Tierwulf joins Splyce’s LEC roster as a substitute

Tierwulf joins Splyce’s LEC roster as a substitute

Sebastián Andrés “Tierwulf” Mateluna Cibrario has joined Splyce’s LEC roster for the 2019 season. The Chilean player joins the squad as a substitute behind Andrei “Xerxe” Dragomir.

Tierwulf has experienced success in the Copa Latinoamérica Sur (CLS) and qualified twice to the World Championship as a member of Kaos Latin Gamers. He is also well traveled, having played in the Brazilian circuit on Big Gods. Despite his lack of international success, he played in a solid way.

Tierwulf was vocal about his disappointment with KLG’s performance at the 2018 Worlds play-in, where they went 0W-4L. “I’ve been with the same guys for 3 splits now and the only goal we’ve had as a team is to win internationally,” he said on Twitlonger. “Granted, [it’s] easier to want than to do we have put our heart and everything aside to show up and and play at a respectable level yet we have been inconsistent and haven’t been able to show what we are capable of and that is what deeply saddens me.”

The player joins Splyce, who will face tough challenges in the LEC. Indeed, Origen, Misfits Gaming, G2 Esports, Fnatic and Team Vitality are fielding strong lineups. In the process, they leave one playoff spot up for grabs. Rogue, exceL Esports and FC Schalke 04 Esports will give them a run for their money.

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Adel Chouadria

Adel Chouadria is a League of Legends writer covering the LEC for five years, and the European Regional Leagues starting 2019. He has witnessed the Unicorns of Love's rise and fall from Day 1, as well as G2's sudden ascension to contender status. Besides that, he is fond of basketball, pro wrestling, and cake.

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