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Predators Esports

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Overview   History    

Predators Esports changed its name, for the current team, see XTEN Esports.

Predators Esports
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Team Information
LocationMexico
Team TagPDS
History
Date/s ActiveDecember 2015 - December 2018

Predators Esports was an electronic sports organization founded in December 2015 under the name of Exeltec Predators in Costa Rica. When the team changed his name, PDS moved from his Costa Rican owners to a Mexican company. Predators reached the top category of Latin American North (LAN) in 2017, since then, he positioned himself as one of the strongest teams in the region, reaching the semifinals on three occasions. Predators Esports again changed its name in December 2018 giving way this time to XTEN Esports.

History

Along with the creation of Predators' league of legends division, the official roster was soon announced that would seek to compete in the qualifiers for the 2016 legends circuit. The team consisted of Snow, Acerola, Janoz, Shakeit and Wishmaster. In February 2016, under the name of Exceltec Esports, the team managed to qualify for the 2016 CDL opening after finishing fourth in the initial qualifiers. In this tournament the team would advance to the semifinals after finishing in fourth place with a record of 9-5 in the Round Robin, but in that instance would fall by 0:3 versus ZAGA Talent Gaming, leaving no chance of entering the 2016 LLN Closing Cup.

For the second semester the team qualifies again for the Circuito de Leyendas, this time under the name of Exeltec Predators. This time the team would finish first of the regular phase without having lost any series (7-2-0) and winning 16 of the 18 possible games. In the semifinals the team wins by 3:0 against the Colombian team of Dash9 Gaming, qualifying to the final where Infinity Esports would take the title after defeating the predators 3:0. Read more...

Timeline

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018

Player Roster

  • Former
Date Left Player Role New Team
2018/12   Uruguay Mantarraya  
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XTEN Esports logo 25.png XTN
2018/12   Peru Meliodas  
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None
2018/12   Mexico Peluchin  
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None
2018/12   Costa Rica Baula  
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2018/11   Colombia Zelt  
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2018/11   Mexico LiquidDiego  
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None
2018/07   Argentina Minibestia  
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XTEN Esports logo 25.png XTN
2018/07   USA Dat  
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None
2018/05   Ecuador Straight  
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Pixel Esports Club logo25.png PIX
2018/05   Venezuela Deps  
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GGaminglogo std.png GG
2018/05   El Salvador Xuradel  
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Pixel Esports Club logo25.png PIX
2018/05   Mexico Icitower  
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2018/05   Venezuela Monsieur  
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ZTGlogo std.png ZTG
2018/05   Peru Arce  
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INF CRlogo std.png INF
2017/12   Puerto Rico Manu  
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2017/10   Costa Rica Choisix  
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6SNlogo std.png 6SN
2017/09   Mexico Xpng  
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None
2017/09   Spain Jer0m  
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6SNlogo std.png 6SN
2017/09   Portugal RafaLOL  
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2017/05   Mexico Snow  
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2017/05   Spain Fénec  
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2016/12   Mexico Promitio  
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None
2016/11   Costa Rica Baula  
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ZTGlogo std.png ZTG
2016/05   Peru Janoz  
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None
2016/05   Costa Rica Shakeit  
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6SNlogo std.png 6SN
2016/05   Costa Rica Wishmaster  
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None
2016/05   Venezuela Devil  
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6SNlogo std.png 6SN
2016/05   Costa Rica Acerola  
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Organization

  • Former
Real Name IGN Position New Team
 Mexico  Lee Woong (이웅)     --      Owner    XTEN Esports logo 25.png XTN
 Mexico  Édgar Pérez     Edgaars      General Manager    XTEN Esports logo 25.png XTN
 Chile  Gonzalo Peredo     Enatsu      Head Coach    XTEN Esports logo 25.png XTN
 Mexico  Luis Melchor     Rohclem      Analyst    XTEN Esports logo 25.png XTN
 Argentina  Jesús Coll     Minibestia      Coach    XTEN Esports logo 25.png XTN
 Chile  Esteban Smith     Teboo      Head Coach    UC Esports logo 25.png UC
 Chile  Marcela Salazar     Aayla      Head Analyst    RBTlogo std.png RBT
 El Salvador  Roberto Coello     Snok      Head Analyst    Pixel Esports Club logo25.png PIX
 Spain  Victor Corrales     Victpm      Head Coach    LoL Academia logo 25.png LoL
 Argentina  Iasi Salomon     Oxaciano      Coach    38px Black Eagles
 Guatemala  Estephan Méndez     Scarface      Analyst    ZTGlogo std.png ZTG
 Venezuela  Mario Falcone     Schmerz      Analyst    6SNlogo std.png 6SN

Results

  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
No results
Date Place Event Result Opponent Prize Roster
No results
Date Place Event Result Opponent Prize Roster
Date Place Event Result Opponent Prize Roster
2018-09-02 SF.png LLN logo small.png LLN 2018 Closing Cup Playoffs 1:3 INF CRlogo std.png INF - MANTARRAYALiquidDiegoZeltPeluchinBaulaEnatsu

Media

Articles & Interviews

  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018

Gallery

External Links

References