Remilia was a competitive gamer had known by “Maria Creveling,” who died on Friday at the age of 24 years. As per writing, the cause of death is still unknown, though the sources say that she passed in her sleep. Maria Creveling was the first to make it into the League of Legends Championship Series as if a member of the now-defunct Renegades. The news was announced over the internet through the twitter by Richard Lewis, as the longtime friend of Maria Creveling and an esports commentator.
Maria competed on several League of Legends teams in a support role throughout her esports career, both in a permanent capacity and as a substitute.
Una noticia triste para todos los fans de esta gran jugadora y gran persona.
Mí más sincero pésame a la familia y amigos de #Remilia.
Ánimo y fuerza.
"Falleció 'Remilia', ex jugadora profesional de 'League of Legends'" https://t.co/MQ9Gfe5XKx
— Daniel Escuredo♐ (@JhinYT_) December 29, 2019
Maria left Renegades in 2016 due to so many reasons like citing anxiety, and harassment as reasons for leaving. Maria was transgender, and she often faced several transphobic comments during streams. In 2017, Maria Creveling returned to playing League of Legends competitively, this time she used the name Sakuya as part of Kaos Latin Gamers. But She left afterward due to the surgery she got received for the paralyzed vocal cord. After then, She competed in other events, including the Twitch Rivals Team Draft last month.