Brave e-Sports
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Brave e-Sports

League of LegendsLeague of LegendsBrazilBrazilFounded:Jul 2016
Rank
TBA
Social
Brazil
Matheus Guimarães
Joined:Apr 2017
Brazil
Vinícius Machado
Joined:Apr 2017
Brazil
Victor Oliveira
Joined:Apr 2017
Brazil
Danniel Franco
Joined:Apr 2017
Brazil
Bruno Giovane
Joined:May 2017
Brazil
Guilherme Moraes
Joined:Jun 2017
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Brave e-Sports
Brazil
Rank: TBAdisbandeddisbanded
Brave e-Sports is a Brazilian team, formerly known as RMA e-Sports and Remo Brave e-Sports.
Biography

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..

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 , 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 . With this team, Brave got access to the Challenger Series .

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.

Team Encounters
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Jan 2017
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6
Wins / Losses
1/1
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Big GodsBig Gods
Last Encounter
Oct 2017
Encounters
5
Wins / Losses
0/5
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Last Encounter
Jun 2017
Encounters
4
Wins / Losses
0/4
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CNB e-Sports ClubCNB e-Sports Club
Last Encounter
Feb 2017
Encounters
4
Wins / Losses
0/3
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Ilha da Macacada GamingIlha da Macacada Gaming
Last Encounter
Jul 2017
Encounters
4
Wins / Losses
1/2
Placements
PlaceTournamentPrize
Place
5th-8th5th-8th
Tournament
XLG SuperCup 2016
4th Dec 2016
Prize
R$ 3,500
Place
1st1st
Tournament
2016 BRCC Winter Playoffs
16th Jul 2016
Prize
$6,000
Place
4th4th
Tournament
Brasil Mega Arena Rio 2015
7th Jun 2015
Prize
N/A
Place
2nd2nd
Tournament
Xtreme League #3
17th May 2015
Prize
R$ 2,500
Place
3rd3rd
Tournament
2016 BRCC Summer Playoffs
26th Mar 2015
Prize
R$ 2,500
Roster History
Sarkis
SarkisJoined
Apr 2017
4LaN
4LaNLeft
Apr 2017
4LaN
4LaNJoined
Apr 2017
Sarkis
SarkisLeft
Apr 2016
Pdr
PdrLeft
Mar 2016
Pdr
PdrJoined
Jan 2016
Sarkis
SarkisJoined
Dec 2015
Rakin
RakinLeft
Jul 2015
Rakin
RakinJoined
FormerCLG Black
Jun 2015
Latest Matches
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0-2
Date
18th July
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Opposition
Score
0-2
Date
28th June
Tournament
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Opposition
Merciless Gaming
Score
0-2
Date
21st June
Tournament
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Opposition
Score
0-2
Date
13th June
Tournament
Team
Opposition
Score
0-2
Date
7th June


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