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I listened OG's aleksiB interview on a finnish podcast and he mentioned best tournament he has been was in brazil. As a european its quite far a way and I dont know the brazil cs scene, would like to know more. Is there relatively good scene in BR cs? just a lot of players there? old competitive scene? Overall positive public opinion towards esports?
2020-05-23 12:51
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Brunei cyLoL 
Prob good fans scene is bad look at MIBR
2020-05-23 12:53
Poland aufkm 
Iam no specialist but looking at amount of tournaments in brazil scene is preety big there. there are always new upincoming players to break to top tiers. Thats why idk mibr took trk.
2020-05-23 12:53
Sweden Sweden_on_top 
Trk new upcoming player who is 24 years old and has done nothing relevant in his career.
2020-05-23 18:32
Poland aufkm 
learn english.
2020-05-23 20:09
Sweden Sweden_on_top 
Poland talking... Come clean my toilet Jaroszlaw.
2020-05-23 22:05
Poland aufkm 
shut up Mohamed
2020-05-23 22:53
he was paid to say this
2020-05-23 12:56
Brazil edgy_man 
yeah paid by bolsonaro 😎👉👉
2020-05-23 18:33
Brazil yutir 
in general, there are not many championships ... there are the main ones (clutch season and cbcs), the others are half-assed, from the gamersclub (faceit style platform, only from south america). The big championships are well received by the public here in Brazil because we like csgo and also because we don’t have many, only 4 or 5 throughout the csgo
2020-05-23 13:01
tbh its unlucky for you guys this major 99% either gets delayed longer or moved somewhere else. Also, still never understood why this one was in Rio. Isn't Sao Paulo like 10x better or I remember 1 city being far better than the others
2020-05-23 13:14
São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro are the two biggest cities, I really do not think one would be insanely better than the other. But, São Paulo is like 6x bigger so maybe more fans attending the venue.
2020-05-23 13:59
Sweden Lagge15 
Isn't it better to host international events in Sao Paulo due to the high crime rate in Rio de Janeiro, even though Rio de Janeiro is a more beautiful city? That's what I've learned from my friends and family who have been on longer trips in Brazil
2020-05-23 14:05
I live in the far south, I have never been in Rio, only São Paulo, so I have no proper answer to it. As far as I know you should take care in either city. General rule of thumb. Rio is of course more attractive for tourists, but SP has cheaper flights and more people to watch probably. Not sure about which city is better.
2020-05-23 15:55
Sweden Lagge15 
I think that Sao Paulo is better due to business perspective. Historically a better local economy which raised the living for the locals. So should be better in SP than in RdJ
2020-05-23 17:14
I agree, but Road to Rio sounds very cool
2020-05-23 18:20
Brazil yureka 
man, not everywhere in rio de janeiro that has a high crime rate. only in some parts, if you go to rio it's not as if you're going to get mugged at any time. But I think Sao Paulo is much better for gigantic events like a major.
2020-05-23 18:25
Finland Karppanator 
Too bad the most hyped major will be moved or canceled, Brazil/Rio seems to be an improbable destination for a major because of covid
2020-05-23 13:17
I hope by november we got rid of media sensationalism and political fights regarding this absurd lockdown. It is really like a slavery, people need to work, live their lifes. Communists dont care about people being hungry or dying, they want to spread the chaos because they are opposition. Their leader has even said "it was a blessing to have corona, because people know now they need the Estate". But in 2014, he said it was "imbecile to complain about the lack of hospitals due to the world cup, because we need to show the world how happy and strong we are".
2020-05-23 14:02
actually delusional.
2020-05-23 22:55
Thx for informative reply.
2020-05-25 11:25
All we have is the clutch season and cbcs and gamersclub, which was created by FalleN, our brazilian FPL. People outside of Brazil do not realize how important FalleN is for the scene. He created the competitive scenario, an academy for players to learn and a whole platform to assemble competitive teams. All our talents came from his platform Gamersclub, even FURIA. Brazil never invested a dime on esports before FalleN, it is an heavy bureaucratic country with lots of taxes. Aside from gamers, I am pretty sure everyone thinks it is insanity to play esports. If you are low class/middle class, you need to work all day and study at night. All our players really are outliers, that have fought their own levels of adversity to be there, like any athlete in general here.
2020-05-23 13:54
Ok, did not know about the impact of FalleN in this. Thx
2020-05-25 11:33
The good thing is: CSGO here has the largest fanbase in the world. 150k ~ 200k every match, which is 5x more than all other streams combined.
2020-05-23 13:56
Sweden Lagge15 
Considering 4 out of the 6 biggest/best BR teams are stationed in NA, the BR scene isnt really as good as people might think. Sure, having good BR teams in a scene like NA might help the young talents to try hard and get noticed. But it also leave the scrim possibilities in BR worse than it could've been. For now there are a handful of decent BR teams still playing from Brazil though: BOOM and Red Canids mainly.
2020-05-23 14:02
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Brazil 1930 
People don't think BR scene is good. People most oftenly would joke about it
2020-05-23 18:34
best fans, worst scene
2020-05-23 14:05
Brazil yureka 
Underrated scene. They need a chance to show their ability. But there's only one South American spot for the major.
2020-05-23 18:29
Belgium KevinGatesYo 
Only decent team in Brazil is BOOM, but they’re known internationally already, so i don’t think there’s much going on i br scene
2020-05-23 18:39
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