O PLANO in negotiations to sign with Nordavind - Report
The Brazilian team could finally be on track to secure backing after seven months without an organization.
The report comes just a few hours following Nordavind's announcement of their decision to place their entire active roster on the transfer list six months into the existence of the team. The organization stated at the time that the move had been "strategic more than performance-related," and that they believed it to be the right decision according to their goals and ambitions for the future.
Should the Brazilian side come to terms with the Norwegian organization, they would find a new home for the first time since the core parted ways with MIBR at the beginning of 2021 and reformed the team alongside FURIA's former AWPer, Henrique "HEN1" Teles, without backing.
The team was unable to find financial support in the following months, and in early May they went official under the O PLANO name as an independent project after kNgV- and Alencar "trk" Rossato cut ties with MIBR as the team's last two players to remain contracted to the organization.
kNgV- and company first competed as a five-man roster, with trk sitting on the sidelines as a substitute player, but in recent times they have used the 26-year-old in officials in place of several members of the team.
They are currently ranked 35th in the world after placing fourth at cs_summit 8, North America's first Regional Major Ranking event of the year, and second at DreamHack Open June North America.
O PLANO are:
Raphael "cogu" Camargo (coach)