|Current League|| LLA|
|Owner(s)||Carlos "Biblos" Gibran|
Rainbow7 is a professional league of legends organization founded in December 2017. R7 was the former Lyon Gaming (2013) (2013) (2013) organization, however after losing trademark rights in a legal dispute, they were forced to pay a fine (12,500 USD) and seek a new identity. however, all the roster and trophies won under their previous name were attributed to the current team. Rainbow7 participated under this name in the last two editions of the Liga Latinoamérica Norte (LLN) and in 2019 will be part of the new league system from united Latin America (LLA).
Once the rainbow7 organization was created, the entire roster of the old Lyon Gaming (2013) (2013) (2013) was transferred to the R7 team however, in November 2017 WhiteLotus was sanctioned until May 2018 for extreme unsportsmanlike behavior in his soloq accounts, which led the organization to hire Manu (from Predators Esports) and later Zeicro (from Just Toys Havoks). With these additions, Rainbow7 began its participation in the 2018 LLN Opening Cup dominating the regular phase by finishing in first position with 10 victories and only 2 defeats, then prevailing over Gaming Gaming by 3:0 in the best of 5 and finally beat Infinity eSports by 3:1 in the final. Achieving this way one more time to be crowned as champion of LAN and assuring his step for the Mid-Season Invitational 2018.
In May 2018, Rainbow7 leaves his trip to Europe, to integrate group A of the Play-In phase along with Ascension Gaming, Gambit Esports and Kaos Latin Gamers. Along with this, WhiteLotus completes his sanction, so the player is immediately included in the roster participating in the tournament, relegating Manu and Zeicro as substitutes. R7 debuts in the tournament on May 5, achieving a victory against the Ascension Gaming team, however in their two remaining games of the day, would not be able to win against KLG, neither against GMB. Read more...
- February 9th, Zeicro joins.
- May 1st, WhiteLotus is able to play again. Manu and Zeicro move to sub.
- May 7th, Zeicro leaves.
- May 28th, Manu leaves.
- November 19th, Seiya leaves. 
- November 26th, Jirall, Oddie, WhiteLotus, Genthix and Yeti leaves. 
- December 1st, Dye joins as Head Coach, Skin joins as Strategic Coach.
- December 2, Grell and Acce joins.  
- December 3, Leza joins. 
- December 4, Baula joins. Careta joins as substitute.  
- December 17, Nobody joins. 
- December 18, Revehaza leaves analyst role. Limitationss joins.  
| Carlos Gibrán
|| Owner & CEO
| Javier Aragón Navarro
|| Chief Executive
| Mario Reyes
| Gerson Castaño
|| Head Coach
| Eduardo Saldaña
|| Strategic Coach
| Rubén Sosa
| Luiz López
|| Head Analyst
| Rodrigo del Castillo
|| Head Coach
| Patricio Villareal
|| General Manager
| Alan Corona
|| Private Chef
Articles & Interviews
- January 12, Conoce a los equipos de la LLN Apertura 2018 by Esports Staff on LoL Esports LAN.
- January 18, Una Vision a los equipos de la LLN by JonaValenzuela on PrensaLOL.
- April 22, No hubo rival para R7 en LLN by ESPN.
- April 22, Historia conocida: Rainbow7 logra su décima corona by Juan_Ptorres on PrensaLOL.
- April 23, Rainbow7 se lleva la final del Apertura 2018 by SDPnoticias.
- May 5, KLG y R7 son eliminados del MSI by JonaValenzuela on PrensaLOL.
- May 8, Ahora si hay rivalidad by Tommy on LoL Esports LAS.
- September 1, Dash9 elimino a R7 y una nueva era comenzó by Iván Alania on CodigoEsports.
- September 2, El rey ha muerto by SPDnoticias.
- September 2, Dash9 hace historia y elimina a Rainbow7 by ErnestoLopte on PrensaLOL.
- December 3, R7 presenta a Acce, Grell y Entrenadores by Tommy on LoL Esports LAS.
- December 8, Rainbow7 presenta a su nuevo fichaje by Redacción Depor on Depor.
- December 17, Rainbow7 presenta a su nuevo ADC para la LLA by Eduardo Díaz on CodigoEsports.