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Brazil League 2024 Stage 1 Day 3 Roundup: Liquid third loss in a row, FURIA back to winning ways

Here's what happened in the first match day of the weekend in Brazil.

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The third match day of the Brazil League 2024 Stage 1 concluded with some upsets. Here's everything you need to know about it!

w7m esports 7-4 MIBR

It was a rock-solid performance by the new Bulls as the black and red roster defeated MIBR after an almost flawless defensive first half. Three players standed out the most for w7m esports in João "Dotz" Miranda, Denis "Dodez" Navas, and Gabriel "Volpz" Fernandes.

The Brazilian support Dotz was crucial to the final result as he clutched two of the Bulls' round wins. Meanwhile, both Dodez and Volpz led the team in terms of frags as they obtained a combined amount of 25 kills.

With this result, w7m esports join the league's Top 4 and are a serious contender to qualify for the BLAST R6 Major Manchester. Meanwhile, MIBR are in eighth place with only one win out of a possible three.

Ninjas in Pyjamas 7-5 Fluxo

Fluxo's start to the Brazil League 2024 has been underwhelming to say the least. The Brazilian powerhouse headed to this weekend's first match day with to defeats to their name after losing to Keyd Stars and FaZe Clan. Unfortunately, yesterday they had to add a third.

Despite the final result, the match began with an impressive first round by Vitor "hsk" Kubota as the Brazilian completed an ace of kills. However, that was just a mirage as the former Keyd Stars Academy player could only get three more kills in the upcoming eleven rounds.

Overall, Ninjas in Pyjamas always had the upper hand. Eventually, the final difference between both sides was made on the fifth round of the game, where Gustavo "Psycho" Rigal clutched an attacking round for the Six Invitational 2021 champions.

Murilo "Muzi" Muzi was the best player of the match with a SiegeGG rating of 1.52 as he finished the game with a KD of 14-6 (+8) and the best KOST (82%).

FaZe Clan 8-7 Black Dragons

FaZe Clan obtained a well-deserved maximum overtime win against Black Dragons, which so far has been the Cinderella of the season.

Black Dragons' young roster put FaZe Clan between a rock and a hard place after reaching match point. Fortunately for the Six Invitational 2024 grand finalists, the dragons couldn't close the game in regulation. Eventually, the red and black roster won the game on round fifteen.

Thiago "handy" Ferreira was the best FaZe Clan player on the server with a SiegeGG rating of 1.30. However, the best player of the match was Black Dragons' Gustavo "guto" Vieira, who obtained 17 kills and a SiegeGG rating of 1.36.

FURIA Esports 7-5 Keyd Stars

FURIA Esports are back to winning ways after last weekend's defeat against their former home w7m esports.

The Black Panthers had control of the match for most of the series as the team survived to their attacking half with four wins out of a possible six. Shortly after swapping roles, the world champions won the initial six defenses to climb to match point.

It was then when Keyd Stars pushed the Brazilians in a difficult spot as they won the following three attacks. Unfortunately for the purple roster, FURIA Esports won the game after Diego "Kheyze" Zanello disabled the defuser.

João "Jv92" Gomes was the best player in the game with a SiegeGG rating of 1.52 and a KD of 15-7 (+8). On the other side of the server, Vinicius "Stemp" Stempnhak was the best player for Keyd Stars with a SiegeGG rating of 1.27.

E1 Sports 7-1 Team Liquid

Without a doubt, E1 Sports produced the upset of the day. Starting from the attacking side on Syscraper, the Brazilians only lost one round against the BLAST R6 Major Copenhagen grand finalists. The result came as a shock as E1 Sports had previously conceded heavy defeats against Black Dragons (3-7) and Keyd Stars (4-7).

During the game, E1 Sports proved to have great versatility with their operator picks and constantly adapted to the Blue Cavalry. An example of that was Arthur "Ar7hr" Arantes, who played Montagne during the first three rounds before using Ace, Twitch, and Maverick. Additionally, the Brazilian got two entry kills with the shielded operator.

Guilherme "Empttz" Goulart was the best player in the game with an astronomical SiegeGG rating of 1.81 and a KPR of 1.50. Meanwhile, none of Team Liquid's players could record a rating above 0.92, with Gabriel "Maia" Maia and Pablo "resetz" Oliveira averaging ratings of 0.37 and 0.40, respectively.

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