Report: RED Canids to return to CS:GO two years after leaving

In 2023, organization RED Canids will be represented in the CS:GO pro scene. Dust2 Brasil has reported that the Brazilian club will be returning to the discipline two years after leaving.

RED Canids will sign the lineup that in the second half of the year played under the LargadosyPelados tag. The club has already bought out the contracts of Henrique "t9rnay" Menacho and Antonio "realziN" Oliveira from B4, and will sign agreements with free agents in Christopher "ckzao" Chalus, Daniel "danoco" Morgado and Patrick "detr0it" Carvalho in early January.

Earlier, the LargadosyPelados roster, which had several successful runs at regional events in the fall, aroused interest from the football club Flamengo, but the parties failed to come to an agreement. It was also reported that Imperial were interested in t9rnay but ended up choosing Jhonatan "⁠JOTA⁠" Willian from MIBR.

RED Canids first entered the CS:GO pro scene in 2016, but back then the roster lasted for only four months. In 2019, they made a comeback with a squad that included eminent Brazilian players Lincoln "fnx" Lau and Renato "nak" Nakano. At the beginning of 2021, the team, which has changed its lineup several times during its existence, was eventually disbanded.

According to Dust2 Brasil, RED Canids' second return to CS:GO will be with the following roster:

 Antonio "realziN" Oliveira
 Cristopher "ckzao" Chalus
 Daniel "danoco" Morgado
 Henrique "t9rnay" Menacho
 Patrick "detr0it" Carvalho

 Pedro "betinho" Umberto (coach)