The 20-year-old has joined the Club for the 2023/24 campaign, having most recently represented Team Heretics and Real Betis in the eLaLiga Santander.
Now, the PlayStation specialist will compete in the ePremier League for the first time in his career in the newly named EA FC franchise.
Joining Matias in his move to City is accomplished Spanich FC Pro coach Edu Castellano who will bring his expertise to City and the ePremier League.
Matias burst onto the pro scene with Argentinos Juniors in November 2019 before moving to KRU Esports almost a year later.
With KRU Esports - founded by City legend Sergio Aguero - the Argentine won the 2021 eLibertadores, fighting off some of the best Brazilian Pro Players in the process as he went unbeaten in the competition.
Following his triumphs in South America, Matias moved to Europe, signing for Team Heretics and representing Real Zaragoza for the 2021/22 eLaLiga season, which is where he also met Edu.
With Edu’s coaching, Matias finished second in the eLaLiga Cup and also progressed to the League Grand Final. To top off the season, Matias won the Global Seriers Team of the Season Cup and placed second in the eChampions League.
But they weren’t done there. Switching his representation to Real Betis for the 2022/23 season, Matias finished second in the eLaLiga Cup for a second campaign before going on to win the eLaLiga Grand Final in May.
On the international stage, Matias has represented Argentina at three consecutive FIFAe Nations Cup finals.
“I am super excited with this new step in my career and could not be prouder to represent Man City Esports,” said Matias when asked what it means to him to be joining City.
Everyone at Manchester City is delighted to welcome Matias and Edu to the Club and we all wish them the best of luck competing during their time here.