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|NO. OF PLAYERS:||6|
|COACHES:||Erick "Erickão" Cardoso|
|MANAGERS:||Erick "Cynical" Cardoso|
|TEAM CAPTAIN:||Matheus "Sarkis" Guimarães|
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Brave e-Sports, formerly known as RMA e-Sports is a multigaming team sponsored by Ozone Gaming.
RMA was a team of 15-year-old founded in Diablo 1, well known by its Diablo 2 team and its renowned MMO roster. Since its inception, the team has as one of its priorities the base category and the revelation of new homemade talents. RMA is present in 7 games.
The team was known for encouraging the competitive scenario in the Diablo series in late 90s before the existance of the e-sports system. In the early 2000s, after more than 9 years of dedication to the Diablo series, the team migrated to MMOs, building an international legacy in several games in the genre such as Lineage 2, Perfect World, Aion, Guild Wars and Guild Wars 2, always being among the top guilds.
In 2007 there was the first attempt to enter in the competitive scenario by creating the DotA team that was later the base of one of Brazil's most respected DotA teams. In 2008 RMA joined the Guild Wars competitive scenario. In October 2012, the RMA officially joined the League of Legends scene when hiring the former representative of Monomaniac.Peritus to represent the team in the Riot's Brazilian Championship.
Since then, the team has consolidating itself as one of the most important teams in Latin America . On May 28th, RMA e-Sports rebrands itself into Brave e-Sports after good results in Brazilian Challenger Series.
- May 28th, RMA e-Sports becomes Brave e-Sports. Permanent line-up will be announced soon.
- May 29th, Thulz joins as top laner.
- June 3rd, Brave e-Sports announces the full line-up: Thulz (solo top), bielz (jungler), Sáss (mid laner), EzPrince (AD Carry) and BocaJR (support).
- June 27th, bielz and Sáss are released. Rakin joins.
- July 26th, BocaJR leaves.
- July 29th, Rakin leaves. 
- January 12th, Age joins.
- January 22th, Gutso replaces Bechede.
- January 22th, Kiralho replaces rhyuga.
- January 22th, prZo replaces Maou.
- January 26th, 3rd place at Torneio dos Legends #9.
- February 10th, 3rd place at Go4LoL #14.
- February 16th, 3rd place at Torneio dos Legends #10.
- February 17th, 3rd place at Go4LoL #16.
- February 19th, prZo, Draek, Gutso and Kiralho are released.
- February 21th, Mandioca and MicaO join.
- March 2nd, 3rd place at ESL_Go4LoL 2013 February.
- March 3rd, 3rd place at Go4LoL #18.
- March 10th, 3rd place at Go4LoL #19.
- March 24th, 2nd place at Go4LoL #21.
- March 25th, 1st place at Brasil Gaming League Battle #4.
- April 18th, Age, Mandioca and MicaO are released.
- April 18th, Kalec, Korvac, frosty, Piolho, and Akali join.
- April 28th, 4th place at AGE Campinas. 
- July 20th, 3-4th place at Riot Season 3 Brazilian Championship.
- September 12th, Kalec, frosty, Korvac, Akali, Piolho and Element leave.
- October 1st, RMA e-Sports acquires Monomaniac Peritus; Draek, rhyuga, Bechede and Maou join.
- October 5th, Fox joins.
- October 26th, Fox leaves.
- October 28th, Ramires joins.
- November 4th, 2nd place at Go4LoL#1.
- November 9th, Ramires leaves.
- November 11th, 1st place at Torneio dos Legends #7.
- December 2nd, 3rd place at Go4LoL#5.
- December 8th, 1st place at GamerHouse Cup #2.
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|Piolho||Alexandre von Flach|
|Cynical||Erick Cardoso||Competitive Manager|
|RafaP||Rafael Pinheiro||Assistant Coach|
|2013-07-20||3 - 4th||Riot Season 3 Brazilian Championship||0 : 2||
|2013-06-16||4th||BGL: Cartada Final||0 : 2||
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|2013-05-12||3rd||ESL Brasil Open||2 : 1||
|2013-04-28||4th||AGE Campinas||0 : 2||
|2013-04-14||1st||LoLBrasil/Acezone #1||1 : 0||
|2013-04-05||2nd||ESL Go4LoL 2013 April||0 : 1||
CNB e-Sports Club
|2013-04-22||1st||Brasil Gaming League Battle #8||2 : 0||
|2013-03-25||1st||Brasil Gaming League Battle #4||2 : 1||
|2012-12-01||1st||Torneio dos Legends #07||2 : 0||
|2012-11-25||5 - 6th||GeForce GTX League of Legends Invitational Brasil||0 : 1||
|2012-11-25||5 - 8th||Razer Challenge Brasil 2013||1 : 2||
|2012-11-02||1st||Brasil Gaming League #10||2 : 1||
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|2012-10-12||5 - 8th||Riot Season 2 Brazilian Championship||0 : 2||
|2012-10-02||1st||Brasil Gaming League #07||2 : 0||
- January 26th - Remo admite diferença de nível no CBLoL e almeja 4º ou 5º lugar by Gabriel Oliveira (mycnb.uol.com)
- November 2nd - XLG Super Cup - Remo Brave vem com line-up campeã do CDLoL! by Luis River Mello (xlg.uol.com.br)
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