FalleN and Coldzera Reportedly in Talks to Create a Brazilian CS:GO Super Team
A new Brazilian star CS:GO team might be coming together!
Star CS:GO players Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo and Marcelo "coldzera" David might be teaming up to form a new Brazilian super team for the next competitive season. With the exciting PGL Major Stockholm 2021 having concluded just a few days back, a lot of roster shuffles might be taking place before the 2022 circuit kicks off.
Amidst the many reported moves, one that has recently surfaced is pointing towards the reunion of the two-time Major winning duo, FalleN and coldzera. They seem to be actively looking for an esports organization to pick them up and support their all Brazilian roster, as reported by Jaxon.
Brazilian CS:GO super team reportedly being created by FalleN and Coldzera
Coldzera returned to competitive CS:GO in September after a break of more than three months. He played with Complexity Gaming as a stand-in at multiple tournaments like BLAST Premier: Fall Groups 2021, IEM Fall 2021: Europe, BLAST Premier: Fall Showdown 2021, and IEM Winter 2021: European Qualifier.
However, with the departure of Kristian "k0nfig" Wienecke and Benjamin "blameF" Bremer, the entirety of Complexity roster collapsed with only their coach Luis "peacemaker" Tadeu still being retained as part of the organization's rebuild.
With coldzera's temporary contract expiring yesterday on 8th November 2021, he too is free to move on and might be in talks with FalleN to build a new Brazilian CS:GO roster.
Though FalleN is still part of Team Liquid's active CS:GO roster at this point in time, there is a high chance that the organization might make a few changes before the 2022 circuit. Their underwhelming performance at the PGL Major Stockholm 2021, where they finished at the 12th-14th position, pointed towards upcoming changes within the Liquid lineup, along with a report by Rush B Media stating the same.
As the future of both of these players is uncertain for the moment, there is a chance that they might be assembling a Brazilian roster while searching for an organization to pick them up. The report also states that Complexity is one of the many organizations the two are looking to make a deal with.
The return of a Brazilian super team will certainly boost the morale of the entire region, which has depended on FURIA Esports as their sole representative in big tournaments for quite some time now.