Ibai Llanos Garatea, better known mononymously as Ibai, is a Spanish internet celebrity, streamer, and esports caster. He was a content creator for G2 Esports from 2020 to 2021. He is co-owner of the esports team KOI.
Quick Facts About Ibai Llanos
|Celebrated Name||Ibai Llanos|
|Age||27 Years of 2023|
|Birth Name||Ibai Llanos Garatea|
|Place Of Birth||Bilbao, Basque Country|
|Famous For||Former League of Legends caster, Popular Spanish content creator|
|Career Start||Started his broadcasting career in League of Legends in 2014|
|Height||1.82 m (5 ft 11.5 in)|
|Weight||238 lbs (108 kg)|
|Hair Color||Dark Brown|
|Source of Wealth||Broadcasting, YouTuber, Twitch|
|Net Worth||Around $7 million|
|Girl Friend||Not Known|
What is Ibai Llanos Famous For?
- Former League of Legends broadcaster.
- Former presenter for G2 Esports.
- Popular Spanish content creator.
Where is Ibai Llanos From?
Ibai Llanos was born on 26 March 1995. His birth name Ibai Llanos Garatea. His birthplace is in Bilbao, Basque Country in Spain. He holds Spanish nationality. He belongs to white ethnicity and his religion is Christianity. His zodiac sign is Aries. Information about his parents, siblings, early life, and education is not available at present.
Ibai Llanos Career
- Ibai Llanos was interested in gaming from an early age.
- He started his broadcasting career in League of Legends in 2014. He was 19 years old.
- He narrated his first League of Legends match between system and PainGaming during Season 7 of LVP Honor Division in 2014.
- He moved to Barcelona in 2016.
- He started broadcasting for the LVP, specifically for the Orange Super League.
- He presented numerous League of Legends in his career.
- He started to present a late-night show for the Ubeat network called “Hoy no se sale” in February 2019.
- He left LVP to join the G2 Esports in February 2020. He became an exclusive content creator for the team.
- As a streamer, he carried out several mass events such as “La Liga Santander Challenge” or charity collaborations with La Liga Santander and Banco Santander that took place during the lockdown suffered in Spain in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
- He left G2 in January 2021.