Luck is for losers. A true winner doesn't hope for results: he makes them. With this in mind, Sergio Jadue prepares to televise the Copa America group draw to the entire world, as a sort of kickoff event for the tournament that will be held in his county. But there's no reason to be so serious: first comes a CONMEBOL family tremendous celebration, with the FBI infiltrated at the party itself.
Sergio Jadue, a lowly director of a small-town soccer club in Chile, unexpectedly finds himself at the head of the Chilean soccer association. Drunk with power, he becomes the protégée of soccer godfather Julio Grondona, as well as the FBI's key to undoing the largest corruption scheme in the world of soccer, and to putting the presidents of all of South America's soccer federations behind bars.