Brazilian CS:GO veteran Bit announced free agency

Sep 19 2018 2 min read
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Brazilian living legend Bruno “bit” Lima is no longer in an active lineup of NoTag (previous Nao Tem Como). The 28 year old player was part of this team since its creation in October of 2017. That was when he left TeamOne to link up with Lincoln “fnx” Lau and the core of Immortals roster that placed second at PGL Major Krakow (Hen1, Lucas and KngV).

Bruno is on of the well-known names in Counter-Strike scene, especially in the 1.6 days when he was part of the legendary lineup mibr (Made in Brazil), FireGamers and team compLexity, and made a big step in Brazilian scene with players like Cogu, FalleN and nak

Before the team joined Nao Tem Como, the Brazilian five was part of 100Thieves (American organization with a great LoL division), but their time in NA team came to an abrupt end after they could not attend the ELEAGUE Major in Boston due to immigration issues. After that, NTC attended 3 LAN events - ESL One Belo Horizonte, the ZOTAC Masters Europe Finals and the Americas Minor - where they could win only 2 of 8 matches, so these roster changes are not a big surprise for the CS community.

The good thing is that Bit will continue his CS career and is now looking for new opportunities. See you soon Bruno! 


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