Brazilian Free Fire Organization Fluxo Reportedly Looking to Enter CS:GO Esports
Another Brazilian team might be entering competitive CS:GO.
One of the biggest Free Fire (FF) organizations in the world, Fluxo, based in Brazil, might be looking to enter competitive CS:GO with a new roster based out of the region itself.
Fluxo is a Brazilian esports organization with an active Free Fire lineup and has been founded by Bruno "Nobru" Goes and Lúcio "Cerol" Lima, the former being the MVP (Most Valuable Player) of the Free Fire World Series (FFWS) 2019.
Now it seems that the organization is interested in entering competitive CS:GO as they have allegedly entered talks with Brazilian players Adriano "WOOD7" Cerato and João "felps" Vasconcellos, according to a report by Dust2 BR.
Report: Brazilian Free Fire org Fluxo might be planning on entering competitive CS:GO
Fluxo is a Brazilian Free Fire giant, with the organization currently operating an active FF roster while also enjoying a huge online presence across YouTube and Instagram, with more than 2.7 million subscribers and 3.6 million followers respectively.
As per reports that have recently surfaced, the organization seems to be involved in alleged talks with Brazilian players WOOD7 and felps. Both the players are currently not a part of any active CS:GO lineups, the former being benched by MIBR and the latter by GODSENT.
It is possible for WOOD7 to come onboard as an IGL (In-Game Leader) having previously competed with teams like Red Canids, Bravos Gaming, and MIBR, while felps could come onboard as a lurker or an AWPer having played with teams like Immortals, SK Gaming, INTZ Esports, MIBR, Luminosity Gaming, BOOM Esports, and GODSENT.
The two athletes have shown interest in playing together under the banner of Fluxo, and discussions about other potential signings that could complete the CS:GO lineup are underway. Additionally, it has been reported that Fluxo is already in discussions with its partners in the betting industry.
It has also come to light that this is not the first time that Fluxo has tried to sign a CS:GO roster and enter the title. Previously, it had tried to negotiate a deal with the 'Brazilian Last Dance', but they decided to sign with Imperial Esports.
Now, Fluxo is back and seems to have reportedly locked down its first two players. It will be interesting to see what this lineup looks like once it is complete and how well they go on to perform in the regional competitive circuit.