Bravado returned to CS:GO scene
South Africa's Bravado has announced its return to the CS:GO competitive scene. Their previous efforts resulted in "Project Destiny" players, Johnny "JT" Theodosiou and Aran "Sonic" Groesbeek joining ATK and afterward getting signed by Cloud9. Official announce has appeared on the Twitter account of the organization
The new lineup consists of five barely-known players from South Africa, led by the most experienced Dimitri "Detrony" Hadjipashali. The 30-year-old eSports athlete is familiar with the organization - he had played for Bravado since 2006 and was part of the previous roster, which disbanded back in 2019.
Bravado lineup moved to the United States in early 2018, but didn't manage to achieve any significant results in the region. The result was pretty predictable as the organization ran out of operational and couldn't keep players on the other continent, which finally led to withdrawing from the scene.
Current Bravado lineup:
- Dimitri "Detrony" Hadjipashali
- Righardt "flexeeee" Romatzki
- Sean "theM4N" Deisel
- Willie "wipeout" Stein
- Aidan "exe" Vorster
It took months of planning to select the right individuals for the new squad and we're so excited to see what the future holds. To all our previous and current friends, we thank you for all the support you've given us and we hope we can continue sharing this adventure with you!— Bravado Gaming (@bravadogaming) March 1, 2021