BiDa is the best person for that
Coldzera, Fallen, Taco, Fer, Fnx, Gaules, BiDa, Gamersclub, etc.
bump, expecting hltv trolls obvi but for the br fans who love their scene, help me out. really wanna cover the br esports scene
Do you need only CS or any Esport inflluencer?
Cuz we have some from others sports, like YoDa from LOL or Tecnosh from PUBG.
And the e-spot did not grow in the Covid situation, all the PC parts prices gone skyhigh! So, problably this prejudiced a lot
e-sport here runs much more around League of Legends than CSGO, so, there isn't much info about "CSGO in Brazil"
MiBR players, Furia players, Gaules, Bida, GamersClub.
You can talk about the furia rise, one of the owners of furia is a famous poker player, these days a lot of soccer players plays cs go especially, like casemiro (real madrid), neymar (psg), gabriel jesus (manchester city), Lucas Paquetá (milan) that created a professional team called Paqueta...
The Brazilian sport is very broad, in my opinion the games that most influence are the League of Legends and CSGO, comparing the two, in LOL the national scenario (with only Brazilian teams playing against them) and bigger than that of CS, due to the fact that the RIOT circuit is more closed than that of the CS, in that quarantine the CBLOL (League of Legends Brazilian Championship) reached gigantic numbers like 200k in common games (without being playoffs) and we have several influencers like Brtt, Rakin, Yoda, Ranger, and a few more ... Now going to the CSGO side, what makes the national scenario smaller than LOL's is the fact that many teams are competing internationally (obviously) and who plans most if not all championships national and Gamersclub (as a Brazilian faceit) one of its founders is Fallen who created her with some other guys in 2016, the Brazilian CSGO community really grew absurdly after 2016 when Luminosity won its first major, Brazil always re was good in some games but really when LG won that major it made a "boom" in our numbers, now talking a little about Gaules, he really was very famous playing competitively in CS 1.6, but he grew a lot with his streams who were mostly seeing Championships, he helped our numbers a lot and broke records. honestly i think bida helped a lot when we still had a small scenario, he was one of the first to narrate brazilian and international championships, today i'm not sure what he does, but i know he was absurdly important to us, i think names like : Fallen, Bida, Brtt, Kami, Fer, Kng and others.
TURKEY :ALEX DE SOUZA
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search for WAVEIGL. also VIADINHO /deercheerup on twitch is a very good guy for your research
they just buy those rebranded, cheap, chinese mice from fallen. absolute stonks
three europeans that have massive impact on brasilian cs scene:
KIKOOOO and COGU played huge roles in 1.6
GioZera is a coach who frequently helps te community to perform and play more like a professional. It's very nice to follow him.
Fallen is the Godfather, his inflency goes to every sector of the esport scene. Since the Gamersclub until the product development (the periferics),etc.
Fly - The Gamersclub CEO its a nice person to follow to.
Considering the power of the influency Gaules has beeing the biggest example. Everyone who follow him, realyly feel part of his TRIBE (community).
Search about flyzera, he helped fallen with the games academy and gamersclub projects (brazillian FACEIT).
Dead is also a great pillar and there are some lol players like brtt
Search for LOUD or paiN gaming. Those two are the biggest orgs in Brazil. It could help!
bump once again
ty for the help br hltv
One question I'd like to know is how much revenue esports rakes into brazil?
Din't give enough thought: bida, gaules, mibr in general (taco, fnx, fer, ...), cogu, zews, nak, bit, kelazhur (SC2 this one)
casemiro, neymar and other football players
Tibia players have grown fast