Larischz was a professional VALORANT player from Argentina, who competed in the Game Changers circuit in Brazil. She was a talented, passionate, and charismatic player, who inspired many fans and fellow gamers. She passed away on December 30, 2022, at the age of 27. Her cause of death is still unknown, and her sudden demise has left a void in the esports scene.
A Rising Star and a Versatile Player
Larischz, whose real name was Lara Gilardoni, was born on March 26, 1995, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She started playing VALORANT in 2020, and quickly rose to prominence in the Brazilian scene. She played for several teams, such as Keyd Stars, DELIRA Female, and Black Dragons Female. She was a co-captain of DELIRA Female, and led them to victory in the Esportsmaker Spike Ladies No. 4 tournament, which concluded on December 29, 2022, just one day before her death.
Larischz was a versatile and skilled player, who could play different agents and roles. She was known for her aggressive and creative playstyle, and her ability to clutch and carry her team. She was also a friendly and cheerful person, who had a good rapport with her teammates and opponents. She was respected and admired by the VALORANT community, and had a loyal fan base.
A Devastating and Mysterious Tragedy
Larischz died on December 30, 2022, while she was on vacation in Pinamar, a coastal city in Argentina. The details of how and why she died are unclear, and no official statement has been released by her family or the authorities. a Brazilian news outlet, Larischz was found dead in her hotel room, and the police are investigating the case. Some speculations have emerged online, such as a possible drug overdose, a heart attack, or a violent incident, but none of these have been confirmed or denied.
Larischz’s death was a shock and a tragedy for her family and friends, who mourned her loss and celebrated her life. Her teammates, opponents, and fans expressed their grief and condolences on social media, and paid tribute to her legacy. Her last tweet, posted on December 29, 2022, read “Sera?”, which means “Will it be?” in Spanish. Many interpreted this as a sign of her optimism and hope for the future, which was sadly cut short.
A Lasting and Inspiring Memory
Larischz’s death marked the end of a promising and inspiring career, as she was one of the best and most popular female VALORANT players in the world. She was a role model and a trailblazer for many aspiring and emerging players, especially in the Game Changers ecosystem, which aims to empower and elevate women in esports. She was a shining example of talent, passion, and charisma, and a bright light in the VALORANT community.
Larischz’s memory lives on in the hearts of those who knew and loved her, and in the pages of her achievements and highlights. She will always be remembered as a star, a leader, and a friend, who left a lasting impact on the esports scene. She will always be missed, but never forgotten. Rest in peace, Larischz.