The streaming session will be the first of a series of broadcasts called "Confia no Duo" [Trust the Duo] in which the MIBR veteran will be joined by special guests, including friends of the player and celebrities.
The South African side have risen up the ranks since their move to North America, at the beginning of 2018, and are currently ranked 25th in the world after reaching the grand final at DreamHack Open Winter and winning DreamHack Invitational Mumbai.
Despite the success of 'Project Destiny', the name given to the ambitious move to the United States, the team is at risk of having to move back to South Africa at the end of the month due to Bravado's "lack of additional funding and increased debt to support the players."
Bravado Gaming have so far raised almost a third of the $30,000 they need to keep the team in the US for an additional three months, which will give the organisation more time to "conclude any future and potential partnerships" for the team, who will be in action at the Americas Minor, in Katowice, in just two weeks.
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