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[e][h] Maker
Player Information
Ricardo Flores
August 30, 1993 (1993-08-30) (age 26)
Alternate IDs:
LgNMaker, iS.Maker, x6.Maker, rS.Maker, xsixMaker, LastMaker, Pulse.Maker, FXOMaker, Hecate
Total Earnings:
EPT Circuit rank:
????-??-?? — 2011-03-24
2011-03-24 — ????-??-??
2012-10-29 — 2012-01-25
2012-03-20 — 2012-??-??
2012-07-03 — 2012-08-30
2012-09-28 — 2012-11-10
2012-11-18 — 2013-03-06
2013-01-03 — 2013-08-25
2014-02-26 — 2014-03-09
2014-03-10 — 2014-03-28
2014-03-28 — 2014-11-18
2016-12-13 — 2017-05-04
2017-05-04 — 2017-07-23
2017-07-23 — Present

Ricardo "Maker" Flores is a retired Mexican Terran player who previously played for BrawL eSports.


Maker is one of the most famous Mexican players alongside MajOr. He has been a part of major American teams such as CheckSix Gaming, Infinity Seven, Keyd Team, and FXOpen e-Sports.

He joined Infinity Seven on October 29.[1]

On January 25, 2012, he announced that he was leaving Infinity Seven for a new team.[2] He joined Keyd Team on March 20.[3]

Maker left Keyd and joined Team Legion on July.[4] He has since joined and left Pulse Esports.

In November 2012, he joined FXOpen e-Sports's NA division.

On March 6, 2013, FXO announces via Twitter that Maker has officially been released from the North American roster.[5]

He later joined a new Latin American StarCraft II team, Kaos Latin Gamers.[6]

On August 25, 2013, he joins Team Quetzal, but after a couple of months he decided to retire to play League Of Legens. After six months of retirement from Starcraft 2 he came back to play for the team Love Your Girlfriend.

He later rejoins Kaos Latin Gamers on March 10, 2014.[7] After 18 days on the team, he leaves Kaos Latin Gamers and join DuSt Gaming.(quote needed)

Wings of Liberty[edit]

Maker's impact in the international scene was relatively small until he won WCG Mexico. He attended the Grand Finals of the 2011 World Cyber Games. In group play, Maker went 1-5, defeating Brazilian Zerg ReasoN before being eliminated.

World Championship Series[edit]

2012 WCS Mexico Nationals[edit]

From August 3 to August 4, 2012, Maker participated in the World Championship Series 2012 Mexico. He was able to defeat ERICKILATOR, Dark, and CLOUD before facing MajOr. He lost to MajOr and fell to the losers bracket. In the losers bracket, Maker was able to defeat Dark in order to advance to the final bracket. There, Maker was able to take down Zapo and teammate JimRising, advancing to the finals for a shot for revenge against MajOr. There, he lost with a score of 0-2 and took second place.

Matches & VODs[edit]

Casted Games[edit]

First Person View Match VODS[edit]


In A1Premier tournaments
2013-05-0125 - 32nd2013 WCS Season 1 America: Premier League1 : 2 mOOnGLaDe$1,500
In A3Minor and A5Monthly tournaments
2012-08-042nd2012 World Championship Series: Mexico Nationals0 : 2 MajOr$2,250
2010-12-123rdGameGune 20100 : 2 TT1$2,500
Complete Results in any Tournament

Team Achievements

In A1Premier tournaments
2014-07-262ndNationWars II by O'Gaming TV2 : 4$2,572.33
Complete Results in any Tournament

Matchup Statistics[edit]

 vs Protossvs Terranvs Zergvs RandomTotal
as Terran43 - 3952.4 %32 - 4243.2 %51 - 6942.5 %6 - 185.7 %132 - 15146.6 %


  1. iS.zemotion (2011-10-29). "Infinity Seven Adds Maker".
  2. Spain Maker's Twitter, 25 January 2012.
  3. KTiGprO (2012-03-20). "Keyd announces Maker and Everize!".
  4. "Maker and Spectral join Team Legion LgN"
  5. FXOpeneSports (2013-03-05). Retrieved 2013-03-05.
  6. Spain . Retrieved 2013-04-29.
  7. SaiNT (2012-03-11). "Maker returns to Starcraft 2".