Filipina Senrine Wins Home of the Aces’ Feel The Rush Legends of Runeterra Tournament

10:52 AM November 04, 2021

Krish “Senrine” Tamayo won the first-ever Feel The Rush Legends of Runeterra (LoR) tournament hosted by Home of the Aces by beating Vietnam’s Mai “TMA MaiAnhIsMeh” Anh 2-1 in the grand finals last October 31, 2021.

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Via Home of the Aces

With the tournament’s unique incorporate-a-female-champ-in-a-deck format, Senrine used a Lissandra-Taliyah Thralls deck, a Veigar-Senna Darkness deck, and a Popi-Taric deck.


“I feel so overwhelmed. I didn’t expect that I would win. At first, I wasn’t really going to enter the competition because of the new season and the meta decks. I haven’t practiced everything and I haven’t read the patch notes,” Senrine revealed in a post-tournament interview.

She also stated that she was merely convinced by Home of the Aces founder John Marlo “ZeroAces” Villeza to join the all-women tournament and that it was also her first time joining a Legends of Runeterra tournament.


According to ZeroAces,  Feel The Rush was a way to empower women by featuring the best of the best out of all the female LoR players all over  SEA, which is a relevant advocacy as October also happens to be Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

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