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LATAM Transfers: Latest Updates - Post Season 10

UPDATE: gohaN released from contract by NiP

As SiegeGG’s hub for all roster changes in the transfer window between Season 10 and 11 of the Pro League, this page will be regularly updated with the latest transfer news. Check back here to keep up to date with all upcoming changes in the Latin American region.

Summary of Changes So Far

INTZ eSports Club - IntacT leaves, bor benched, Alem4o, Vittzzz and igoorctg joins

Black Dragons e-Sports - Panico and GdNN1 leaves, Hornetao joins

CHICOS Team - Hornetao leaves, KDS joins, Elevate acquires roster

Team oNe eSports - FelipoX replaces SKaDinha

Ninjas in Pyjamas - gohaN Released

Roster Changes

December 14th: gohaN Released from contract by NiP

December 14th: Alem4o, Vittzzz and igoorctg Joins INTZ, bor Benched

The two players of Vitor "Vittzzz" Ruiz and Karl “Alem4o” Zarth has joined INTZ to replace the departed player of Vitor "IntacT" Janz who left last month and Thiago "bor" Borinelli who has been benched while finally, Igor "igoorctg" Santos joins as their coach.

The INTZ organisation has been in Brazilian R6 since Year 1 when their initial roster won Season 3 of the Elite Six Brazilian national tournament. Since then they've had two separate lineups including their current team which they acquired this time last year. Since this pickup, the team has finished Seasons 9 and 10 as well as the BR6 2019 league in sixth place and has yet to attend a single major LAN.

Now joining this roster comes Vittzzz who returns from his military service to rejoin his ex-teammates of Vnx and igoor from ReD DevilS during Season 9 on this INTZ roster after a relatively short prior R6 career. Alongside Vittzzz comes Alem4o, a well-known up and coming Brazilian player who only just turned 18 and has jumped right into a Pro League team. Prior to this, his biggest competitive appearance came in the LSA amateur leagues where he played alongside Team oNe's new player of FelipoX and the streamer of Lagonis who recently received an in-game charm.

Finally, the team also sees the adition of igoorctg who has recently worked as staff on YeaH Gaming, paiN Gaming, Guidance Gaming and the ReD DevilS with his best performance finishing the BR6 2018 league in fourth place. This new-look INTZ roster will debut on Monday when the Six Invitational qualifiers kick-off for Latin America

November 27th: Elevate Acquires CHICOS Team Roster, KDS Joins

A week after dropping their previous roster which had been relegated to the Challenger League following a very weak season which saw them earn four points in 14 games, the Elevate organization has acquired the roster that replaced them in the Pro League, CHICOS Team.

As well as this, the roster has added the ex-GIMP player of Eduardo "KDS" Santos to replace the Black Dragons bound player of Victor "Hornetao" Lopes. KDS achieved a 1.12 rating during Season 10 of the Challenger League -- the sixth top in the league -- to help GIMP finish in the top four and, prior to this, finished Season 9 of the Challenger League in third place, narrowly losing to YeaH Gaming in the playoffs. 

Elevate's next game will come next year when the Six Invitational qualifiers and Season 11 of the Pro League both kick-off with them being quite the underdogs in both events.

November 12th: FelipoX Replaces SKaDinha in Team oNe

Team oNe's substitute, Felipe "FelipoX" De Lucia, who joined the team last September, has moved to the team's core roster, replacing the team's longtime member of Luiz "SKaDinha" Salgado.

FelipoX has been touted an up-and-coming player who previously worked as the coach of Black Dragons. However, after turning 18, he joined the Pro League first as a substitute and has now graduated to a starting spot. He now replaces SKaDinha who, despite working as one of the team's two main fraggers, ended Season 10 with more deaths than kills. This is therefore the first roster change the team has made in almost a year since the team was acquired by Team oNe on November 28th 2018.

Team oNe's next streamed matchup with this lineup will presumably be in the Six Invitational qualifiers, giving the team plenty of time to practice with their new fifth.

November 9th: Hornetao Joins Black Dragons from CHICOS Team

The recent challenger League victor of Hornetao has left CHICOS Team to join the Black Dragons.

Despite this being his very first season in the Challenger or Pro League, and having joined CHICOS mid-way through the season, Hornetao was seen as a real standout in the region during Season 10 as he achieved a 1.27 rating (0.19 ahead of anyone else on his team) and a 1.84 K/D ratio (0.35 ahead of anyone else in LATAM CL) on support operators. This change will be a huge loss for CHICOS as they approach their debut season in the Pro League with them and Black Dragons now left with a gap in their teams.

November 8th: GdNN1 Leaves Black Dragons

A day after his teammate, Panico, announced he had left the team, it has now also been announced that Gleidson "GdNN1" Nunes had also left.

GdNN1 has a very similar history to Panico, as they both joined Team Rogerinho (later known as Team oNe and Black Dragons) back at the end of 2017 and so secured the same finishes in the Pro League as him since. Internationally,G is probably best known for being in the heart of the BD/FaZe matchfixing scandal that rocked the Latin American scene earlier this year.

With two players having departed from Black Dragons, the team is now just about holding on to their Pro League spot as Live and pzdd played the entirety of Season 10 while wag joined halfway through, meaning they have exactly half the games played as needed.

November 7th: Panico Leaves Black Dragons

After two years on the roster, Dimas "Panico" Junior has left Black Dragons. 

Panico has been part of the R6 scene since the beginning of Latin America's international history, attending the 2017 Six Invitational on Santos Dexterity alongside Astro, gohaN, Silence, and cameram4n, where they narrowly lost the eventual winners, Continuum. Following this, he just about survived Seasons 4 and 5 before joining the roster later known as Team oNe and Black Dragons in September 2017. Since then, he has finished in fourth once, third twice, and fifth twice in the Pro League, and finished both the 2018 and 2019 BR6 leagues in fourth place. 

He now leaves Black Dragons three weeks after the end of his Season 10 run in which he achieved a 0.83 rating, the second-lowest on his team. It is currently unknown what's next for Panico or Black Dragons.

That's it, I'm a free agent if any team has an interest, dm.

November 7th: IntacT Leaves INTZ

The player of Vitor "IntacT" Janz has left INTZ e-Sports Club after 14 months playing alongside the core roster of Dudds and bor.

IntacT was one of the top players in Latin America in Year 1 when he played on Santos Dexterity and paiN Gaming and finished just outside of a LAN spot in third during Season 4 of the Pro League alongside muringa, Julio, wag, mav, and yoona. Since then, he has failed to reach these levels of success, finishing last in Season 5 of the Pro League and both Seasons 1 and 2 of the BR6 league before narrowly avoiding relegations in Seasons 6 and 7. 

After winning OGA Pit Season 1 at the beginning of Season 8, the team's fate looked promising, but they failed to capitalise on this, finishing Season 8 in fifth on BootKamp Gaming, and both Seasons 9 and 10 in sixth on INTZ. Now, following a 0.79 rating from IntacT (the joint-fourth lowest in the region), he has left the team with both his future and replacement currently unknown.

[R6] Farewell, Intact.

We thank you for every bullet, every clutch, every call and all your dedication during the time you've been with us. We wish you success wherever you go.

Thank you, for honoring the intrepid crowd.


And so that's every change within the Latin American region of the Pro League so far in this transfer period. Check back here for more updates over the coming days.

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