popular brasilian youtuber
he only has 100k viewers when mibr or furia is playing
brazilian pornstar that cast matches sometimes
cringe streamer 12 yo kid gang
Ex 1.6 player. Now he cast some games. A lot of brazilians love him
he is like ceh9 (famous youtuber)
Gaules was a professional player of cs 1.6, he won many international titles as a coach with FNX and COGU, he lost everything he had in 2016, he almost suicide, he started to stream to 40 people in twitch, he got viral, and now everybodyknows him
The audience for MIBR games on his channel is high, and what helps is that many are in quarantine.
If the MIBR reaches the final of the MAJOR in Rio, he will have 200k.
ex pro player from cs 1.6
ex pro player, played for the (original) MiBR
looks like a methhead or something wrong w his eyes
Recently I have been watching CSGO games through his channel, before that I used to watch Guizao and BiDa streams.
I cannot assure he is good or bad since I don't know who he really is. I am not 12 kid toddyinho who needs an internet/youtube/twitch idol to make him their "god", as they do with Felipe Neto, Nando Moura, etc..
Overall his streams are enjoyable to watch, give some funny insights and interesting information about CS, so I give him rate 8/10
Took twenty bitches on my first vacay
I aint pickin up im in Turks lil baby
Every other watch got diamonds in face
Pullin out ask to take a little taste baby
Pullin out fifty racks walkin out of chase
If i drop dead ill be hard to replace
Hardly gettin thirsty got water like a lake
My brother got locked, another bond i gotta pay
cringe and annoying streamer
A streamer, never did nothing important to cs, and just take this viewers with mibr or furia games,
btw he is a big streamer with 5k average viwers, and is a very dumb guy too
He is not a stream or youtuber, he is one of the most sucessfull CS 1.6 player in Brazil. He is known in CS scene since 2000, he has deep knowledge of the game and is not pretentious like most of the caster on main stream who cant even land a headshot or played a professional match.
His history is kinda interesting, people think that been a proplayer is the best thing that can happen in life but what you see on screen dont reflect the reality, but what happens when the game you invested your life dies ? After you investing like 15.000-20.000 hours in a game and it suddenly dies, you are left in this world with no marketable skills and the only thing that you are good doesnt exist anymore, from community hero you become a looser in a blink of an eye, who cares for a proplayer of a game that doesnt exist anymore, right ?
He became depressed and he started to stream on twitch telling to people his life history, what happened on the backstage of Counter-Strike 1.6 pro scene and people liked it because it is an honest story with no bullshit, telling the truth is always the best way to touch people hearths
imagine gaules a caster at rio major
one monster tribonera 150 k
It is only a Brazilian who lives in a city with 38 degrees and does not have AC, so he sweats like a pig