After announcing the return of Papita earlier this week, Infamous has unveiled the rest of its roster for the 2019-2020 season
South American organization Infamous has revealed its full roster for the upcoming 2019-2020 Pro Circuit season, just a few days after announcing the return of long-time player and captain Mariano “Papita” Caneda. Joining Papita on the newest iteration of Infamous will be Carry Christian Eduardo “Alucard” Kimura Trinidad (Formerly known as Madara), Midlaner Sebastian Cerralta “Robo-Z” Velarde, Offlaner Benjamín “Benjaz” Lanao Barrios, and Support Alexis “sl4d1n” Cepeda. The new Infamous roster is set to see action almost immediately following the reveal of its lineup, as the team is now active in the Movistar Liga Pro Gaming Season 1, the inaugural season of a new Peruvian esports series.
At first glance, the new Infamous roster appears to have a fair bit of potential heading into the upcoming season. The duo of Papita and Benjaz have been in the regional scene for quite some time, and stand among the most experienced South American players in terms of international play. As for the trio of Alucard, Robo-Z, and Sl4d1n, their experience has largely been confined to the South American region, but each of them has displayed some promise in their appearances to this point. Considering the fact that most of the other major squads in the region are also going through some big changes to their own roster, this new Infamous lineup certainly appears to have a shot at establishing itself as a regional power as the start of the 2019-2020 season approaches. The team’s regional appearances in this offseason/preseason period will likely go a long way towards indicating the early strength of the squad before the Pro Circuit season begins in earnest.
The roster of Infamous:
Christian Eduardo “Alucard” Kimura Trinidad (Carry)
Sebastian Cerralta “Robo-Z” Velarde (Mid)
Benjamín “Benjaz” Lanao Barrios (Offlane)
Alexis “sl4d1n” Cepeda (Support)
Mariano “Papita” Caneda (Support, Captain)
Vitória “Guashineen” Otero (Manager)