BrawL eSports

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[e][h]BrawL eSports
Team Information
Location:
Team Captain:
Andrés "AndresX" Jamit Sentíes
Links
History
Created:
2014-10-29

BrawL eSports is a Mexican eSports organization.

Overview[edit]

BrawL eSports, known for their League of Legends and Infinite Crisis teams, have branched out to both Hearthstone and StarCraft II. In October 2014, BrawL expanded into Hearthstone which was gaining ground in its popularity in Latin America at the time.

Timeline[edit]

  • October 29 - BrawL announces its Hearthstone team. AndresX joins.[1]

Player Roster[edit]

Former[edit]

ID Name Join Date Departure New Team
Chile MasterFinal Juan Pablo Avendanño Zavala 2015-02-15
None
Mexico Wayu Gabriel Efrain Sosa Hernandez 2015-02-15
None
USA Spiffy Sean Peralta 2015-03-09 AceBreakers NA
Argentina Nalguidan Facundo Pruzzo 2015-02-15
None
Mexico AndresX Andrés Jamit Sentíes 2014-10-29 [1] 2016-05-13 Just Toys Havoks
Chile RalA Alvaro Cesar Gatica 2015-02-15 2016-05-30 Just Toys Havoks
Chile DarkClaw Sebastián Chandía Álvarez 2015-02-15 2016-05-30 Just Toys Havoks

Organization[edit]

ID Name Position
Mexico Apocalypsis Sergio Mendoza CEO
USA Crismo Chris Vielman Marketing Chief

Individual Achievements[edit]

Date Placement Player Tier Tournament Prize
2015-03-15 A33 - 4th Argentina Nalguidan A1Premier ESL Hearthstone Legendary Series 2015 - Katowice $3,000
2015-07-26 B717 - 32nd Argentina Nalguidan A3Minor Copa América 2015 Season 3 $0
About achievementsComplete Results in any Tournament

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 BrawL eSports (2014-10-29). "Nuestra nueva división liderada por Andrés "Andres X" Jamit". BrawL eSports.