The Spanish esports market is looking up with an ever-increasing market base. Spain has become one of Europe’s reference countries for esports as the country has contributed majorly to the development of the game in the ecosystem.
Spain’s esports players have also contributed to the game’s growing popularity. Their dedication, teamwork, and passion have put the country on the map. One of the players at the forefront of redefining the Spanish esports industry is Jesús Bullón Penco.
Jesús Bullón Penco is popularly known by his nickname ByJesuxEsP. He has been actively involved in esports since he was 17 years old. Read on to learn how Jesús is redefining the esports industry.
Jesús is a former professional player and current electronic sports coach in esports. He has professionally dedicated himself to the Rocket League video game since 2018. Jesús has been a player from 2017 to 2020 and a coach from 2020 to 2022.
Jesus started esports in 2015 with the Rocket League video game. At the time, he was studying and hadn’t thought of dedicating himself to the game. In 2016 there was a Rocket League tournament for beginners, and Jesús decided to go. He ended up in the third position after losing to one of the best players in Spain by a small margin. Jesús played the game for fun, but after the tournament, he began to put in more effort and hours, which helped him reach higher levels.
Since 2015, Jesús has made major milestones in the game. He has been in several well-known teams starting with Wizards Club in 2018, Besiktas in 2019, Team Queso in 2020, and Vodafone Giants in 2021.
Jesús has been a European champion and runner-up in the RLCS(The most essential rocket league competition). He has also been the regional red bull champion in 2018 and 5 times champion of Spain, the last one in December 2021, 3 months ago.
REDEFINING THE ESPORTS INDUSTRY
Jesus has redefined the esports industry as a player and as a coach. As a player, he is acknowledged as the Rocket League Championship Series (RLCS). He participated in the Tokyo Olympics via the so-called Intel World Open. Jesus held the first and second positions in the ESL Masters España Season 5 (2019), the Movistar eSports Series (2019), and the ESL Masters España Season 5 – Promotion Playoffs (2019).
Jesus has been in several well-known teams starting with Wizards Club in 2018, Besiktas in 2019, Team Queso in 2020, and Vodafone Giants in 2021.
Jesus has also redefined the esports landscape as a coach. He first coached Team Queso, and the team participated in the RLCS Season X – winter: EU Regional Event 2. The team also participated in the EU majors in 2021. They were the first team with all the Spanish members to win an RLCS European Championship and qualify for a World Cup.
Jesus also represented Spain as a coach in the Tokyo Olympics of 2020. His team finished third place after eliminating Italy in the quarters and losing against Holland in the semifinals of the EU West.
Jesus’ professional dedication has helped him play an active role in redefining Spain’s esports industry. He has played and coached several teams throughout his career. His success has won him the title “Champion of the Rocket League.” We are certain that Jesus will continue to redefine the Spanish esports landscape.