Fluxo, a Brazilian group identified for its Free Hearth division and social media enchantment, is in talks to assemble a CS:GO crew with former MIBR captain Adriano “WOOD7” Cerato and benched GODSENT rifler João “felps” Vasconcellos, in keeping with a report by HLTV’s Brazilian vertical Mud 2 Brasil.
The Brazilian duo reportedly desires to play collectively and signal with Fluxo, who’re exploring different names to finish the CS:GO lineup, in keeping with Mud 2 Brasil. The group based by Free Hearth participant Bruno “Nobru” Goes, MVP of the Free Hearth World Collection 2019, is presently in talks with its betting companions with the intention to make the venture occur.
Each WOOD7 and felps are presently on the bench of their earlier groups and it’s probably that Fluxo must pay a buyout clause to rely with their companies. These gamers have been linked to different CS:GO tasks, however the negotiations haven’t progressed, in keeping with Mud II Brasil. WOOD7 was faraway from MIBR’s energetic lineup in Might 2022, whereas felps was moved to the bench in March.
This isn’t the primary time that Fluxo tries to assemble a CS:GO crew this yr. The Free Hearth group negotiated with the Brazilian Final Dance led by two-time Main champions Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo, Fernando “fer” Alvarenga, and Lincoln “fnx” Lau earlier this yr, however they ended up becoming a member of Imperial as a substitute.
Ought to the talks with WOOD7 and felps progress, Fluxo would have an excellent basis to begin its CS:GO crew. The previous MIBR captain is among the greatest in-game-leaders accessible in Brazil and felps is among the most proficient gamers within the nation.