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S2V Esports presents its League of Legends women’s team

8 February, 2019

BARCELONA, Spain, 8th February of 2019 – S2V Esports is once again betting on the addition of a women’s League of Legends team to its ranks, which continues in the wake of the team that was born under the name of ARMY, as the old team left the club.

After this success, and with the aim of forming a new project to enhance national talent, as has happened with the Super League Orange (LVP) team, where all members are Spanish, Antonio “REVEN” Pino, former sports director of the club, opened a period of applications for tryouts. Before he pulled out S2V Esports, he left the team closed.

The first tournament they will participate in will be the Women’s Esports League (WEL), which they will try to access through a qualifier that will take place on 9 and 10 February.

The female rost

The team consists of:

  • Toplaner: Helena “RAIN” Ruiz
  • Jungler: Cristina “CRISTININI” López Pérez
  • Midlaner: Jess Anna “JESS SIENKOWL” Rodríguez Gorzycka
  • ADCarry: Victoria “INDIFFERENT” de la Torre
  • Support: Irene “LAINA” Sánchez

Our female roster played into clubs such as wSystem, BX3 Female, or the Academies of Penguins or Giants, and have also participated in women’s and mixed tournaments such as Domino’s, ESL, ESWC LOL Women in Paris Games Week or the Open de Gamergy, among others. However, some of them are also known within the national sports scene for creating content.

During the whole month of January, they have been training to get strong to the competition with the help of Lluís “NEVER” Noguera, current Head Coach of the women’s team as well as the Academy of S2V Esports. Never also acts as Assistant Coach to Pau “POCHIPOOM” Prada with the SLO team in order to transfer his knowledge to the other teams.

The club’s position on women in sports

From S2V Esports affirm: “We believe that gender must not have been differentiated in competitions. However, we also believe that initiatives that provide opportunities for women so that they can compete in hate-free environments and develop their full potential should be supported.

The fact that you now have women’s teams is just one step on the road so that in the future everyone can compete in mixed teams equal conditions and there is still a lot to do. “

In fact, the top of the S2V women’s team, Rain, is the source of the top lane for the Superliga Orange.

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