FalleN Shares First Look of 'Last Dance' Lineup Practicing CS:GO Together
The long awaited Brazilian roster has finally come together!
The highly awaited Brazilian CS:GO lineup has finally come together as Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo announced the 'Last Dance' roster yesterday on 16th January. As speculated it consists of the Brazilian quartet - FalleN, Fernando "fer" Alvarenga, Ricardo "boltz" Prass, Lincoln "fnx" Lau, along with former FURIA Esports player Vinicius "VINI" Figueiredo.
This star lineup will be coached by none other than Luis "peacemaker" Tadeu, while Cleber "Ferrer" Ferreira comes onboard as the team manager.
Sharing the first look of the team coming together and practicing from a temporary bootcamp, which is actually FalleN's own house, the grand farewell project has kicked off without any esports organization having picked them so far.
Last Dance: First look at the Brazilian CS:GO team practicing together from FalleN's house
A day after FalleN spoke his heart about the 'Last Dance' project explaining why he wants to do it, the lineup was announced, and everyone assembled to start practicing together (except VINI) for the 2022 season.
In a team vlog shared by FalleN on his official YouTube channel, the players can be seen arriving at their temporary bootcamp, which for the time being is FalleN's house. It was the official first look of everyone coming together as they practiced and streamed CS:GO, all the while having fun, joking around, and settling down until they get picked up by an esports organization.
No official news about an organization signing them has been announced, according to a report from ge. But, Imperial Esports has made a proposal to sign the Brazilian roster. This comes after Felippe "felippe1" Martins - CEO of Imperial was spotted visiting FalleN's residence a few days back.
Whichever esports organization decides to take over this project, it will not be an easy bargain as three of the five players are currently contracted to different teams - FalleN with Team Liquid, VINI with FURIA Esports, and boltz with MIBR.
While many are backing up this lineup and extending their support, there surely is the big question of how well will this team of veterans perform in an international scenario. Especially given the kind of powerhouse rosters that are emerging across Europe.
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