Perhaps the text is confused, but this is the summary of the explanation ... From what I live in Brazil, I can tell you that our country is very different from any European country in the first world or in North America.
A large part of the population does not have very large purchasing power, we have a country with several problems, be it corruption, or such bureaucracy and tax burden.
The life of a good part of the Brazilian population is very difficult, but sport has always been a form of representation, in football we have always been the best at this, at least until the brief past. We are extremely competitive, but not only individually, when we see a Brazilian victory in the sport in which we feel represented, and this becomes passion, part of it becomes a compulsive fan.
Please understand, this feeling of representation and how we also feel represented as if we were in the person's place, we very much celebrate the achievement of a Brazilian, as if it were ours, adding a naturalness of fun, play and joy (which is very stereotyped), the result is a lot of what you see there, but I can say that the people you see are a very large minority and many do it just because they are on the internet; in real life, most of them are good and decent people with positive morals. It is complicated to understand, I imagine, but for us Brazilians, especially the new generations, football is not our main passion, many still like it, but e-sports, especially CS: GO, LOL, is occupying a large space, o The SC scenario in Brazil is not new, we have ex-representatives who are still very relevant to the Brazilian community, COGU, for example, but at the time of 1.6, the internet was not something very accessible in our country, remember, financial difficulties etc. In the last 10 years, many people had access to the internet, the community was already large, we had some representation since 1.6, but at the end of 2012 the national scenario of CS was practically dead, there were no more championships and, due to Fallen and their actions and efforts, in some way the scenario remained alive until the arrival of CS: GO, the community started to grow with the increase of access to the Internet and to know the history of CSGO, people who had access to Lan Lan Houses started to buy their own computers, have internet at home and be Brazilian and learn about our history, the story of how Luminosity / SK / MiBR reached the top, man, it was not easy, the guys went to the USA without a doubt, they went to play a camp, they stayed in front of the dead (today manager of MIBR), they stayed a week, they stayed a month, they were invited to another camp, they ran out of space in the house, everything was very fate or as you want to call it, two players sleeping in the same t ravesseiro, the difficulties they were going through and the conditions to reach the top, all this was recorded with daily vlogs, lives and etc ... Everything was on youtube, a dream, not even they imagined winning, two important ones, the first being in world for a few years, the community grew over time and people who learned about it fell in love with the players Fallen, Fer, Taco, FNX, Coldzera, Boltz, Steel, Hen1, Lucas1, Shoowtime, KNG, Nak, Zews and etc ... They are the reason why Today, we Braz Os ilianos, or at least a large part, are so passionate about CS, speaking more specifically in CS: GO, there is the whole history of CS 1.6, which I know a lot little, I follow these players since 2014, in the last 2 years, the GAULES of streamers (ex professional player of CS 1.6, pillar of the community, owner of G3X, rival team of MiBR in CS 1.6), became relevant in the national community from CS, he is one of the best beings I have ever met, donates a large part what he receives and brings great values to the community, encourages good values to his viewers, and I place him as one of the great motivators of the national community, he is a typical example of a Brazilian, Guerreiro is the word I use to define the Brazilian people, fighting and etc ... Are we a little inconvenient? Yes, I agree, but we are good by nature, we have a lot of empathy for others, but in large numbers we usually cross the line, I understand you. But I hope that after reading this text, a little confused, you will also begin to understand our passion a little. What football was for our parents and grandparents as a way of seeing that it is possible to win and, like Pele, Zico and others achieved through football, we see today, clearly in their sphere of influence (many other people follow football), we are younger (at least the vast majority of the community is under 40), we see it as Fallen, Fer, TACO and etc ... With all the difficulties (there were many, if you can research), the complications were also able to overcome and in fact, many believe they will return to the top, we can compare in some way, with the way Rocky Balboa, in culture at least in the United States, is an example, perhaps comparable, of everything within its clear limit.
We sincerely respect people who show some kind of real respect for MIBR players, Elige for example is very dear to Brazilian fans, Stewie2k also has its place in our hearts (22k <3), and more recently we had the question of LEAF (CHAOS player), who for many allegedly used cheating against MiBR, which for us is a certainty, is the following, the next major is in Brazil, many of the MIBR players have already said it is their biggest goal and that if if they didn’t play the major in Brazil, on the side of the Brazilian fans it would be their biggest regret (Fallen), KNG last week confessed, that he is there, in the USA, training, working hard (all Brazilian players in the USA, be it MIBR, Furia and etc ... they work very hard, usually more than 10 12 hours a day), as his wife is pregnant, and he may not even see his daughter's birth, for this purpose: to play the first major in Brazil. Imagine the community hearing this, knowing all the historical difficulties to become something relevant worldwide, and being able to lose their place in Major do Brasil, WHY THE FUCK OF A PLAYER HAS RESOLVED USING CHEATING BY COMMITTING THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE BRAZILIAN TEAM THAT WE ADMIRED SO MUCH? Man, I'm not going to say everyone, but I think 99% of the Brazilian community felt revolted in an uncontrolled way, this is a betrayal not only against the immortals organization, or MiBR, it is against the players that we admire, we love to fight with so much strength, my eyes fill with tears writing this text because I'm remembering seeing LEAF cheating against MIBR, sorry, but the passion is greater, it is like the passion that many people feel for Jordan, Kobe Bryan for example, man are ours idols, we love these guys, combine that with our culture of difficulty ... I don't know if it was clear, but e-sports is very important for a nation like us. As football was and still is ... We discovered a new passion.