TACO set to join North American team
Former SK Gaming member Epitacio "TACO" de Melo has confirmed that he will further his career in a North American team.
The 23-year-old has been assessing his options since stepping down from SK's active roster last week after more than two years with the two-time Major champions.
A recent report from DBLTAP linked Epitacio "TACO" de Melo with Cloud9, with Flickshot.fr's Guillaume "neL" Canelo claiming that the Brazilian player is also in talks with Liquid and has already practiced with the cs_summit 2 champions.
And after posting a tweet earlier on Thursday stating that this was "D-day", TACO has now confirmed that he will "play for an American team", though he did not mention where his future will lie.
Prior to joining Luminosity, in November 2015, TACO plied his trade for teams like Dexterity and Games Academy. While playing under Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo, he helped the team to win some of the biggest international tournaments including the MLG Columbus and the ESL One Cologne 2016 Majors.
In NA. I will play for an American team!— Epitácio (@TACOCS) March 29, 2018