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Reports suggest that Valorant Game Changers player Lara “Larischz” Gilardoni has reportedly passed away. The former DELIRA female who has been active in the Valorant scene as a professional player is said to have passed away at the age of 27.

News about her death was first reported by Valorant reporter Ricardo Vaz de Melo, who broke the news of her passing on December 30. The cause of Lara “Larischz” Gilardoni’s death is currently unknown, but according to Vaz de Melo, Larischz was on vacation in Pinamar, a city on the coast of Argentina, at the time of her passing.

The 27-year old Argentinian player participated in various teams in the Brazil Game Changers circuit in her time playing the esports title. Most recently, she competed with DELIRA Female in the Esportsmaker Spike Ladies No. 4 tournament, which ended on October 29th.

Larischz played a key role in DELIRA Female’s victory at the event, where the team earned a prize of $2,849 USD (15,000 BRL). She contributed to their success by using a range of agents including Killjoy, Omen, Cypher, and Brimstone for the span of the tournament and specifically in their grand final match against Black Dragons Female.

She participated in the VCT 2022: Game Changers Brazil Series Two in October, where her team placed in the top six after being defeated by Gamelanders Purple in the upper quarterfinals. They also proceeded to lose to B4 Angels in the lower bracket semifinals, thereby crashing out of the event.

Larischz was a talented player who was known for her exceptional skills and sportsmanship on the Valorant battlefield. She was a rising star in the competitive gaming world, with a promising career ahead of her.

She formerly competed under Keyd Stars, one of the top esports franchises in the Brazilian VALORANT scene. She played for the Keyd Stars Athenas team, which placed in the top six of the Protocolo: Evolução tournament.

The tournament featured other notable teams such as Gamelanders Purple, B4 Angels, and Havan Liberty Female. Larischz’s team, Keyd Stars Athenas, made a strong showing and earned a high finish in the competition.

Many in the esports world are taking to social media to express their condolences and share their memories of Gilardoni. Fans and fellow players are posting tributes and photos of her, honoring her legacy and expressing their love for her.

Her former team, Vivo Keyd, took to Twitter to confirm the reports.

“Her passion and drive will never be forgotten. Thank you for everything you’ve done for Keyd, the Stars and the scenery. You will continue to inspire us wherever you are. Rest in peace, manita,” the franchise tweeted.

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