Renato “nak” Nakano has become the second player to part ways with RED Canids in the space of a week, leaving with Brazilian CS:GO team with only three active members.
Flamengo eSports have announced the signing of ADC Ju “Bvoy” Yeong-hoon, who has spent the last five months competing in the League of Legends European Championship (LEC) with Misfits Gaming.
Falkol will look to claim their third consecutive win over Havan Liberty Gaming when the two sides clash this Monday in the final week of League of Legends Brazilian Challenger Circuit (BRCC) Split 1.
MiBR have announced the departure of their CS:GO coach, Wilton “zews” Prado, who left the Brazilian CS:GO squad on Thursday, March 26 with immediate effect.
The Electronic Sports League has moved the CS:GO Rio Major from May to November, where it will take the spot originally reserved for the 2020 Fall Major.
Paulo Vitor Damo da Rosa cemented himself as one of the most successful Magic: The Gathering (MTG) players of all time by winning his maiden MTG World Championship on Sunday, February 16.
DETONA and Alma Gaming will clash this Wednesday in Round 2 of CLUTCH Season 2. The match will mark the second fixture of the season for the two Brazilian CS:GO esports squads.
Igor Fraga is taking his virtual skills to a real track with Charouz Racing System, where he will race in the FIA Formula 3 Championship alongside Niko Kari and David Schumacher – son of Ralf and nephew of seven-time Formula One world champion Michael Schumacher.
INTZ have released Alexandre “xand” Zizi from their CS:GO esports squad, as announced by the player on his official Twitter on Saturday.
Thursday marks the opening day of Gamers Club Masters IV, which will see five Brazilian teams and one Argentinian CS:GO outfit compete for the lion’s share of R$60,000 BRL (~US $15,000).