YeaH! announce CS:GO return; team to move to NA
Yeah have announced their lineup for 2020, which will have their headquarters in North America.
The Brazilian team are headlined by Rodrigo "RCF" Figueiredo, who was replaced on Sharks after the most recent Americas Minor, and by Victor "iDk" Torraca, who was part of the TeamOne roster that finished in fourth place at WESG 2017.
16-year-old Eduardo "dumau" Wolkmer, who played alongside iDk on Imperial, and ex-paiN duo Arthur "f4stzin" Schmitt and Alef "tatazin" Pereira round out the roster, which marks Yeah's return to Counter-Strike after a nine-month hiatus.
An important name in the history of Brazilian Counter-Strike in the 2000s, Yeah were relaunched in January 2018 by Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo (who is no longer tied to the project), Epitacio "TACO" de Melo, Ricardo "dead" Sinigaglia, Wilton "zews" Prado and Marcelo "coldzera" David. Alexandre "xand" Zizi, Caio "zqkS" Fonseca and Bruno "shz" Martinelli are among the better-known players who competed under the historic tag in the previous iteration of the team before the organisation closed down the squad in March 2019.
On Twitter, tatazin confirmed that the players will soon move to the United States to continue their development. The team will make their first official appearance this Friday, in the Brazilian open qualifiers for WESG Latin America.
Yeah have the following line-up: