The Peruvian squad says goodbye to its Midlaner amid unfortunate health issues
Some sad news has come out of the South American region today, as Peruvian squad Thunder Predator is parting ways with midlaner Leonardo “LeoStyle-” Sifuentes due to an unspecified health issue that requires him to take a hiatus from professional play. As of right now, the team has not announced any official replacement for LeoStyle-, though the organization has stated that an announcement will be forthcoming in the near future. In the meantime, the team will likely be playing with a stand-in, as Thunder Predator is currently still active in Liga Pro Gaming Season 6.
LeoStyle- had spent just over 3 months on the roster of Thunder Predator, having come over to join the team in January after leaving the Braxstone/Playmakers Esports roster in November. The midlaner helped Thunder Predator earn 7 straight Top 4 finishes in North and South American events, including a pair of 1st place performances at BTS Spring Cup: Americas in March and the Makansm League just over a week ago. LeoStyle- also played a significant role in the team’s appearance on the Pro Circuit stage at The Chongqing Major, averaging 7 kills and 8.63 assists on 3.75 deaths per game in the team’s 9th-12th place run at the event.
The roster of Thunder Predator following the departure of LeoStyle-:
Juan “Atun” Ochoa (Carry)
Frank “Frank” Arias (Offlane)
Elvis “Scofield” De la Cruz Peña (Support)
Sergio “Prada” Toribio (Support)
Jose “Pepe” Eduardo Celis (Manager)