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GODSENT Sign New Brazilian Team Headed by TACO

Zakaria Almughrabi

GODSENT have assembled a brand new Brazilian Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster consisting of both experienced veterans and fresh, young talent.

GODSENT Brazil CSGO roster

GODSENT has assembled a new Brazilian CS:GO roster consisting of both veterans and fresh blood. (Photo courtesy GODSENT)

Leading the roster will be two-time Major champion Epitácio “TACO” de Melo who will fulfill the IGL role. João “felps” Vasconcellos will be the second most recognized name on this squad. Felps was part of the BOOM Esports roster that was acquired by MiBR in its entirety except for him. Former MiBR coach Ricardo “Dead” Sinigaglia will also be managing the team.

The remaining trio of players are all up-and-comers, each representing a different Brazilian team. Bruno “latto” Rebelatto is an 18-year-old rifler hailing from the Red Canids where he played for over a year. Bruno “b4rtiN” Câmara is also 18 and called Team One his home for 21 months. Lastly, Eduardo “dumau” Wolkmer will round out the roster. Dumau is just 17-years-old, yet he played with Yeah Gaming for one year and even helped to IGL the squad.

GODSENT will be coached by Olavo “chucky” Napoleão, formerly of Team One. While Team One was his longest tenured squad, chucky has experience dating back to the original Counter-Strike.

In their announcement post, GODSENT states that this roster will be a long-term project for the organization. Seeing as every player was under a different organization until recently, this was not a cheap endeavor. GODSENT “had to activate four individual buyouts for the release from other teams and all the players have been signed to minimum three-year contracts.”

The new GODSENT will make their debut in late January in European competitions. With their main European roster having been recently sold to a currently undisclosed buyer, GODSENT is going all in on this unique Brazilian squad.

GODSENT is now:

Epitacio “⁠TACO⁠” de Melo
João “⁠felps⁠” Vasconcellos
Eduardo “⁠dumau⁠” Wolkmer
Bruno “⁠b4rtiN⁠” Câmara
Bruno “⁠latto⁠” Rebelatto

Olavo “⁠chucky⁠” Napoleão (coach)
Ricardo “⁠dead⁠” Sinigaglia (manager)