Steel Shares How Casemiro Engages With The Team

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Steel Shares How Case CEO and Brazilian Footballer Casemiro Engages With the Team

He does not own a team just for the sake of it.

Aditya Singh Rawat
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Case Esports could not qualify for the PGL Major Antwerp 2022 despite giving it their best and playing till the very last round.
The founder and CEO of the team, Casemiro, seems to engage with the players quite a bit as steel goes on to say that he makes Europe seem like a home.
Case Esports will continue to stay in Madrid, Spain from where they will practice and compete in upcoming tournaments.

The Spanish organization Case Esports with its Brazilian CS:GO roster gave their best at the PGL Major Antwerp 2022: American RMR. Though they finished at the 9th-11th position, Case put on a good show fighting till the very last round.

Back in Brazil, Case registered a win at the Aorus League 2022 Season 1 without breaking a sweat. According to the team's captain Lucas "steel" Lopes, this is due to their time practising in Europe.

Through all the ups and downs that the team has faced, Case Esports Founder and CEO - Carlos Henrique Casimiro aka Casemiro seems to be very supportive of the lineup, constantly interacting with the players, and providing them a good environment to grow.

Statement by Steel after elimination from American RMR

Steel praises Case Esports CEO Casemiro for engaging positively with the entire CS:GO roster

Professionl Brazilian footballer Casemiro who plays as a defensive midfielder for Spanish club Real Madrid and the Brazil national team, seems to be very supportive of his CS:GO lineup according to steel.

In a recent interview with HLTV, when asked about how it feels to play for an esports organization that is headed by such a popular Brazilian figure, steel responded by saying that it feels good because despite Case being a Spanish organization the lineup is completely Brazilian.

Steel further said that "Casemiro is very close to us, we're always dining with him during the week, every time he has a day off he calls us to go over to his place and he makes us feel like home even if we're in Europe. "

He went on to explain that the organization feels a lot like home due to the way Casemiro treats them, and this is exactly why it feels so good to practice and compete in Europe away from Brazil.

Case Esports underwent a huge overhaul ahead of the 2022 competitive season and it seems to be paying off as the team has started showing positive signs of growth.

Case Esports could not qualify for the PGL Major Antwerp 2022

Steel went on to reveal that for now Case is travelling back to Madrid, Spain where the team will continue to stay and compete in Europe. They will continue to participate in any European tournament that pops up, growing further as a 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.