The Brazilian organisation, who have a long history in Counter-Strike, are looking to send the team to North America, either to Canada or the USA, to compete in qualifiers and online leagues.
One of the main tournaments in which the team would be competing is the ESL Pro League, with the spot that SK Gaming still retain despite having lost their highly-successful squad to MIBR in June.
Headlined by João "felps" Vasconcellos and Vito "kNgV-" Giuseppe, the team were at one point heavily linked with a move to SK and even bootcamped at the German organisation's office in the German city of Cologne. But SK have remained tightlipped on their future plans for Counter-Strike despite the game being a staple for the organisation for more than a decade.
After a series of poor results on LAN, the team replaced Bruno "bit" Lima and Lincoln "fnx" Lau with Alexandre "xand" Zizi and João "horvy" Horvath, and changed their name from Não Tem Como to NoTag as the NTC brand is owned by the former Luminosity and SK veteran.
If the move comes the fruition, it is unknown what will happen with the current INTZ roster, which has qualified for Gamers Club Masters 2018, the next big LAN event to be held in Brazil.
NoTag have the following line-up:
Alessandro "Apoka" Marcucci (coach)