Fluxo Enters CS:GO With Brazilian Roster

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Free Fire Giant Fluxo Enters CS:GO With Brazilian Roster

Another Brazilian lineup is set to break into the international scene.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Fluxo, a Brazilian esports organization that predominantly competes in Free Fire has officially entered CS:GO.
Fluxo has signed a Brazilian lineup which consists of veterans WOOD7, felps, and vsm, along with youngsters Lucaozy and lux.
The roster is all set to debut at the upcoming Brazilian Qualifiers of the FiReLEAGUE 2022: Global Finals.

One of the most popular Free Fire organizations in the world, Fluxo, which is based in Brazil has officially entered competitive CS:GO with a new regional lineup.

The reports stand true as Fluxo completes assembling its roster to take on the remainder of the 2022 season. With the veteran trio of Adriano "WOOD7" Cerato, João "felps" Vasconcellos, and Vinicius "vsm" Moreira, headlining this team, Fluxo seems well equipped to take on its Brazilian counterparts.

However, major responsibilities lie on the shoulders of youngsters Lucas "Lucaozy" Nevesa and Lucas "lux" Meneghini, whose performances in coming time will decide how far the team goes as a unit and if they are able to break onto the international scene or not.

Fluxo assembles a Brazilian lineup to step into competitive CS:GO

The Brazilian esports organization that is predominantly involved in Free Fire has decided to house a regional roster in CS:GO including a coach.

  • Adriano "WOOD7" Cerato - IGL

  • João "felps" Vasconcellos - Rifler (Lurker)

  • Vinicius "vsm" Moreira - AWP

  • Lucas "lux" Meneghini - Rifler (Support)

  • Lucas "Lucaozy" Neves - Rifler (Entry Fragger)

  • William "Xamp" Caldas - Coach

With the lineup available at its disposal, Fluxo is ready to debut at the upcoming FiReLEAGUE 2022: Brazil which is nothing but the regional qualifier for the FiReLEAGUE 2022: Global Finals, scheduled to take place in October at the famous football stadium Camp Nou in Barcelona, Spain.

This will be followed by Fluxo participating in the first South American Open Qualifier for the IEM Rio Major 2022. Though the team is still very new, it certainly has a good chance of making it to the American RMR or beyond.

Statement by WOOD7

This is not the first time that Fluxo has tried to enter CS:GO esports. The organization had previously tried to negotiate a deal with the 'last dance' roster but that roster decided to sign with Imperial Esports.

In its second attempt, Fluxo seems to have done a great job of assembling a lineup that comprises a great balance of senior players that shall provide the much needed experience, coupled with some young players who possess the necessary talent to uplift the team.


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Aditya is the in-house CS:GO writer at AFK Gaming. While his understanding of the esports space is not restricted by geographical borders, his current focus lies in the Asian region. Understands and follows almost all major esport titles.


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