According to teamplay.com.br, Raphael "cogu" Camargo has returned from retirement to play CS: Global Offensive.
The Brazilian legend, who originally retired in late 2009, has announced he will return to play Counter-Strike: Global Offensive together with TargeTDown's Counter-Strike: Source team.
Camargo, who also played Counter-Strike: Source during the CGS era, was a regular sight at international events, having helped mibr to two CPL trophies in 2005 and an ESWC title in 2006.
The former g3x player told teamplay.com.br he has faith in the TargeTDown team, continuing by saying he knows the squad can go far with the right amount of practice.
"I'm back! This time in CS:GO. I want to thank everyone who always cheered for me. ProGaming TargeTDown presented me a cool project, one that I could not refuse. I already played with the guys from TD and I know their potential. With practice I know we can go far and bring back the joy to the Brazilian CS community," Camargo said.
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Raphael "cogu" Camargo
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