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Isurus Gaming came to power in the Latin American scene in 2013 and they’ve been one of the most successful organizations since. The team has collected a plethora of trophies in the region including three first place finishes over the last two years. The team came into 2017 with one of the steadiest rosters in the region, only changing players in the jungle after Claudio "Clatos" Antonio Navarrete Salazar retired from professional play.

The sharks also made history as the first LAS team to leave their homeland and bootcamp in Korea. The investment paid off as Isurus took the first place crown in the CLS and now have a shot to play against some of the best teams in the world. With one of the most star-studded rosters that Latin America South has to offer, Isurus is looking to make a splash with their first-ever ticket to the Mid-Season Invitational.

Coach: Mark “Ukkyr” Leuenberger

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