It is never too young to turn pro in Counter-Strike if one is confident that they have got what it takes to compete at that level, as 13-year-old João “Snowzin” Vinicius who is a rising prospect within the South American Counter-Strike circuit has joined the ranks of BOOM Esports as their sixth player for the upcoming CS:GO tournament Gamers Club Masters V.
The talented youngster is without a doubt mighty talented and skilled as he has been signed as a backup player for one of the strongest South American CS:GO teams in the region at the moment.
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BOOM Esports has literally followed the principle of ‘The younger, the better,’ as they sign the teenager Snowzin to their lineup for one of the biggest yearly CS:GO tournaments to take place in Brazil, Gamers Club Masters V.
Snowzin who has been playing CS:GO since the last 3 years has been popping up in the local scene as of late. The talented and skilled youngster is one of the hottest prospects in the region and his spectacular performances in pugs have helped in attracting BOOM Esports.
The Indonesian organization that picked up the ex-INTZ all Brazilian lineup earlier this year took due notice of Snowzin and signed him as their backup player. He might be seen in action at the Gamers Club Masters V tournament where BOOM will be facing off against other big teams from the region like Isurus, RED Canids, paiN Gaming, and more.
The young Brazilian added a few words of his own saying that “I feel very happy, it is a dream come true and I believe this is a result of my dedication.” He also reveals that it was his Uncle that introduced him to the game and he has continued playing the game since then as “It is a very fun game and I really enjoy it.”
BOOM Esports is currently in great shape and is the best team in the South American region. They are also leading the Regional Major Rankings of the region having won ESL One: Road to Rio - South America earlier in April. They had dropped just one map in the entirety of that tournament, walking away as the champions in a dominating fashion.