g3x unveil CS:GO team
g3nerationX have announced they have made another foray into the Counter-Strike scene by signing a team with three former Made in Brazil players.
Back in May, HLTV.org reported that g3x - one of the most storied Brazilian organisations in the history of esports - were on the brink of returning to activity after an eight-year hiatus.
After picking up a League of Legends roster, g3x have now turned their attention to the Counter-Strike scene by signing a team who include former Made in Brazil trio Rafael "pava" Pavanelli, Bruno "BIT" Fukuda Lima and Jean-Michel "mch" D'Oliveira.
pava was part of the famous mibr roster that won CPL Brazil 2005 against United5 and that finished fifth at CPL Winter 2003 and sixth at WSVG 2006. BIT, on the other hand, only linked up with the organisation in 2007, when pava was no longer in the picture, and won a series of international events, including DreamHack Winter 2007, GameGune 2008 and Extreme Masters American Championships III and V as mibr/compLexity.
bit (on the left) with compLexity at WCG 2010
According to g3x, the team's main goal is to compete in the biggest national tournaments, the first of which being the Brasil Mega Arena, from September 4-7 in São Paulo.
g3x's CS:GO team consist of: