PlayArt Gaming

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PlayArt Gaming
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Team Information
Org LocationBrazil Brazil
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PlayArt Gaming is a Brazilian multigaming organization, having teams in most competitive games such as Counter-Strike, FIFA, Need For Speed and Crossfire. They acquired their first League of Legends roster in May 2013, with former players of Vince Te Ipsum [1].




Player Roster


ID Name Role Next Team
Brazil Majitz Vinícius Alves 1Top Laner Rising On Gaminglogo std.pngRising On Gaming
Brazil Domy Igor Vieira 2Jungler None
Brazil Milos 3Mid Laner None
Brazil Anjinho Roberto Buzzoleti 5Support LegendsBRlogo std.pngLegendsBR
Brazil Jow Jonathan Nascimento 4Bot Laner Logo std.pngEquitum Gaming
Brazil Zun Gabriel Juliano 16Substitute None
Brazil Adept Luiz Antonio Neiva 16Substitute None
Brazil Gunner Arthur Basilio 2Jungler None
Brazil Minerva Gustavo Alves 3Mid Laner Painlogo std.pngpaiN Gaming

Tournament Results

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playArt Gaming Tournament Results - Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
DatePlPrizeEventLast ResultRoster
2013-07-20A55 - 8$1,250Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png Riot Season 3 Brazilian Championship
1 : 2Blanklogo std.pngRR

2013-06-16A55 - 8Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png A Cartada Final
0 : 2KeydLogo std.pngKeyd
2013-06-09A55 - 8Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png Brasil Gaming League Arena
0 : 2Painlogo std.pngpaiN
2013-05-25A11$300ESL logo small.png ESL Go4LoL 2013 May - #29
TBDlogo std.pngTBD
2013-05-12A44$1,000Unknown Infobox Image - Tournament.png ESL Brasil Open
1 : 2RMALogo std.pngRMA

Total Prize: USD 2,550

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