Brave e-Sports

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Brave e-Sports
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Team Information
Location: Brazil Brazil
Region: News Label - Brazil.png Brazil
Sponsor(s): Kappa
G-FIRE Computadores
Other Teams In Organization
Inactive LoL Teams Brave Academy
Created: Renamed 2015-05
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Brave e-Sports is a Brazilian team, formerly known as RMA e-Sports and Remo Brave e-Sports.


Season 5

In May 2015 RMA e-Sports is renamed to Brave e-Sports. The purpose of the change basically came from the need to change the name, since RMA name concided with Return Material Authorization, and several technological companies were not willing to sponsor such a dark acronym in the game market. The rebranding took place after the announcement that the organization was inaugurating its Gaming House. A new phase was beginning, without losing the identity, the mascot and the colors.[1].

In the same month, Brave begins to prepare its team for the second season of the Challenger Series. The team was formed by Thulz, who returned as a remnant of the last line up, Bielz, Sass, EzPrince and BocaJR. With this team, the lions played the Brasil Mega Arena Rio 2015, but finishing the competition below the expected, in fourth place. After the championship, the team made changes with the exit of BocaJR and the entrance of Lukez and were ready to play the Challenger Circuit.

The team started well, winning a second place in Xtreme League #3, but eventually Bielz and Sass decided to follow another path. Brave then brought the jungler Flozer and the midlaner Rakin [2], who had just returned from the CLG Academy. Flozer did not stay for long, left with the promise of playing in one of the leading scorers teams, which did not occur. The first Brazilian Challenge Series was still in an early stage of development, with no clear rules of anti-poaching and on an experimental basis, which made it difficult for several teams. Brave were one of the affected teams, finishing in fifth place.

For the next season of 2016, now better regulated and in league format produced by XLG, the team was assembled and tested during several opportunities at smaller events during the second half of 2015. Thulz was kept at the top followed by Cabuloso entry. Shinigami, Sarkis, and Ktchorro completed the list [3]. With this team, Brave got access to the Challenger Series [4].

Season 6

For the first season, changes were made. Ktchorro now gives place to Freire in the jungle. The team begins working within a Gaming House for the first time in the organization's history. However, despite being one of three teams within a competition training center, the lions felt an unexpected difficulty. The Braves almost had to play relegation, escaping for the third tiebreaker: win time, with a 3-minute lead over fifth-placed Keyd Warriors. It ranked Brave for the BRCC 2016 Summer Playoffs and in an enlightened match, they managed to pull a game from the series against Big Gods in the quarterfinals, the favorite team to the title. With this, the lions won the third position by the tiebreaker criterion, since Robot E-Sports Team had not won any game in their series against Overload. With the result, the brave lions played the CBLOL 2016 Winter Promotion against CNB e-Sports Club and lost by 3x0.

During Relegation in April, the team announced a partnership with Clube do Remo, the largest football club in the North of Brazil and one of the clubs with most supporters in Brazil, and for now on the team is named as Remo Brave.

Before the second split, the team attended to the Brasil Mega Arena Rio 2016. This event was the debut of 4LaN in the line up, replacing Freire. Another preparation event was Razer Challenge - Rei do Nexus.

In the BRCC 2016 Winter Season, the season that followed was magical: the lions scored 16-0, unbeaten in the competition, and joined the restricted List of Perfect Games with the match against Ilha da Macacada Gaming. The now Remo Brave wins the final with a sony 3x0 against Team Genesis and automatically qualifies for CBLoL 2017, marking the return of the lions to the elite of the competition after 3 years.

During the post season, the team played two tournaments: XLG SuperCup 2016 and ESL BRPL Season 2.

Latter this year, the team joined as an associated member of ABCDE, the Brazilian e-Sports Clubs Association.


  • 2017
  • 2016
  • 2015

Player Roster


C ID Name Role Next Team Joined Left
Brazil Thulz Vinícius Machado 01 Top
2015-05-29 2017-08-28
Brazil Daniquest Daniel Cerruti 01 Top Pixel eSports Clublogo std.png Pixel eSports Club 2017-06-20 2017-08-28
Brazil Bgob Bruno Giovane 02 Jungle
2017-05-23 2017-08-28
Brazil Misor Wyvern Gabriel Vicente 07 Sub/Jungle
2017-05-23 2017-08-28
Brazil huez0rd Guilherme Moraes 10 Sub/Support
2017-06-01 ???
Brazil Evrot Danniel Franco 03 Mid Flamengo eSportslogo std.png Flamengo eSports 2016-03-28 2017-08-23
Brazil Sarkis Matheus Guimarães 04 AD Ilha da Macacada Gaminglogo std.png IDM Gaming 2015-12-02 2017-08-23
Brazil Cabuloso Victor Oliveira 05 Support RED Canidslogo std.png RED Canids 2015-07-?? 2017-08-23
Brazil 4LaN Alanderson Meireles 02 Jungle Team oNe eSportslogo std.png Team oNe eSports 2016-11-01 2017-04-28
Brazil 4LaN Alanderson Meireles 02 Jungle Remo Brave e-Sportslogo std.png Remo Brave e-Sports 2016-04-27 2016-09-19
Brazil Freire Matheus Freire 02 Jungle E-Champ Gaminglogo std.png e-Champ Gaming 2015-12-20 2016-04-18
Brazil Tomate Alaor Leão 03 Mid KaBuM! e-Sportslogo std.png KaBuM! e-Sports 2015-12-02 2016-03-??
Brazil KTCHORO Guilherme Henrique 02 Jungle
2015-12-02 2015-12-20
Brazil Flozer Pedro Luiz 02 Jungle
??? ???
Brazil EzPrince Victor Sun 04 AD Estúdio XP e-Sportslogo std.png Estúdio XP e-Sports 2015-06-03 2015-09-??
Brazil Rakin Rafael Knittel 03 Mid JAYOB e-Sportslogo std.png JAYOB e-Sports 2015-06-27 2015-07-27
Brazil BocaJR Emerson Alencar 05 Support Ownerd e-Sportslogo std.png Ownerd e-Sports 2015-06-03 2015-07-??
Brazil bielz Gabriel Dallaruvera 02 Jungle Seven Wars e-Sportslogo std.png Seven Wars e-Sports 2015-06-03 2015-06-26
Brazil Sáss Eduardo Sass 03 Mid Seven Wars e-Sportslogo std.png Seven Wars e-Sports 2015-06-03 2015-06-26



C ID Name Position
Brazil Thongar Tiago Sans CEO
Brazil naat1 Natália Franco Administrative Director
Brazil Lari Larissa Batista Psychologist


C ID Name Position Next Team
Brazil Erickão Erick Cardoso Coach Ilha da Macacada Gaminglogo std.png IDM Gaming
Brazil RafaP Rafael Pinheiro Analyst Kaos Latin Gamerslogo std.png Kaos Latin Gamers
Brazil Cais Felipe Camargo Analyst
Brazil FeeFoo Sylvio Junior Coach KaBuM! IDM UPlogo std.png KaBuM! IDM UP
Brazil Pdr Pedro Passos 11 Coach

Team Achievements

In Premier Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-03-12 CBLOL 2017 Logo.png A88th CBLOL 2017 Summer Season 0-3-4 Blanklogo std.png Group Stage R$ 7,500
2016-04-10 CBLOL 2017 Logo.png I1NQ CBLOL 2016 Winter Promotion 0 : 3 CNB govTLogo std.png CNB e-Sports Club
In Major Tournaments
Date Place Event Result Winnings
2017-07-17 A66th BRCC 2017 Winter Season 0-0-5 Blanklogo std.png Group Stage R$ 3,500
2017-01-18 A22nd ESL BRPL Season 2 Playoffs 2 : 3 Operation Kino e-Sportslogo std.png Operation Kino R$ 5,000
2016-11-19 A55 - 8th XLG SuperCup 2016 0-1-2 Blanklogo std.png Group Stage R$ 3,500
2016-10-07 A11st ESL BRPL Season 2 4-3-0 Blanklogo std.png Group Stage R$ 5,000
2016-07-16 A11st BRCC 2016 Winter Playoffs 3 : 0 Team Genesislogo std.png Team Genesis R$ 6,000
2016-06-21 A11st BRCC 2016 Winter Season 5-0-0 Blanklogo std.png Group Stage
2016-04-28 A55 - 8th Brasil Mega Arena Rio 2016 0 : 2 Operation Kino e-Sportslogo std.png Operation Kino R$ 1,750
2016-03-07 A33rd BRCC 2016 Summer Playoffs 1 : 3 Big Godslogo std.png Big Gods R$ 2,500
2016-02-23 A44th BRCC 2016 Summer Season 0-3-2 Blanklogo std.png Group Stage
2015-12-06 A77th BRCC 2016 Summer Qualifier 1 : 0 Santos Dexteritylogo std.png Santos Dexterity
2015-06-07 A44th Brasil Mega Arena Rio 2015 0 : 2 Se Loco Cachorreiralogo std.png Se Loco Cachorreira
2015-05-17 A22nd Xtreme League #3 0 : 2 JAYOB e-Sportslogo std.png JAYOB e-Sports R$ 2,500

Highlight Videos





External Links


  1. Entrevista exclusiva com o presidente da Brave (Portuguese)
  2. Jogador brasileiro que tentou vaga na LCS está jogando no Brasil (Portuguese)
  3. Brave anuncia sua line up de League of Legends para 2016 (Portuguese)
  4. Brave substitui Jayob no Circuito Desafiante de 2016 (Portuguese)
  5. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  6. Brave e-Sports' Tweet (Portuguese)
  7. CBLoL: Destaque no 'Counter-Strike', Team One compra vaga da INTZ Genesis (Portuguese)
  8. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  9. Times e escalações do Circuito Desafiante 2017 - Segunda Etapa (Portuguese)
  10. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  11. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  12. Comunicado de Penalidade: Inscrição Daniquest (Portuguese)
  13. RafaP's Tweet (Portuguese)
  14. Cabuloso's Tweet (Portuguese)
  15. Evrot's Tweet (Portuguese)
  16. Sarkis's Tweet (Portuguese)
  17. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  18. Brave muda de mid laner para disputa da série de promoção (Portuguese)
  19. Brave anuncia parceria com Clube do Remo (Portuguese)
  20. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  21. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  22. O Circuito Desafiante está voltando! Confira TUDO sobre ele! (Portuguese)
  23. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  24. 4LaN's Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  25. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  26. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese/Video)
  27. Escalação CBLoL 2017 - Primeira Etapa (Portuguese)
  28. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  29. Thulz's Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  30. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  31. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  32. Jogador brasileiro que tentou vaga na LCS NA está jogando no Brasil (Portuguese)
  33. JAYOB e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)
  34. Brave e-Sports' Facebook Post (Portuguese)

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