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Club América took advantage of Ibai Llanos’s visit to Mexico and invited him to visit the Azteca Stadium

Ibai Llanos at the FC Barcelona Stadium.

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The renowned Spanish streamer Ibai Llanos is in Mexican territory and he let it be known with a post on his social networks which was responded to by Club América with an invitation to visit the Azteca Stadium facilities. It was through Twitter where Llanos posted a photo of himself with the Mexican flag informing about his arrival. “We have already arrived in Mexico,” he wrote.

In one of the many comments, the official account of the Eagles did not miss the opportunity to entertain the content creator with an invitation to the Azteca Stadium this Saturday, where they will face their counterpart from Mazatlán.

“Welcome, we invite you this Saturday to the Azteca and on Monday to visit the Nido de Coapa!”, they indicated. In one of the interactions, a user requested the presence of another Spanish streamer and fellow Ibai, called ‘Spursito’. “Of course, ‘Spursito’ is more than invited,” replied the cream-blue team.

Although Llanos has not responded to the invitation publicly, this last streamer did confirm his attendance. “See you there.”

What does Ibai Llanos do in Mexico?

Ibai is one of the most recognized content creators in the world for his live streams on Twitch and videos uploaded to other platforms. Also for organizing events.

His presence in Aztec lands is due to the nomination at the 2023 Esland Awards. The event will take place on Sunday, January 29 at the National Auditorium. This recognition was created by the Spanish streamer and youtuber TheGrefg in order to distinguish the work of Spanish-speaking content generators.

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