Brazilian Women’s VALORANT Team Sign Liquid Gamelanders Purple

Team Liquid signed an all-female brazilian VALUABLE lined up today. The team will compete at VCT Game Changers for the upcoming 2022 season and will be called Team Liquid Brazil.

The new Brazil squad includes Ana Beatriz “naxy” Gomes, Paola “drn” Caroline, Paula “bstrdd” Nagiul, Natália “daiki” Vilela and Natália “nat1” Meneses.

Before Purple Gamelanders The squad dominates the Brazilian Game Changers circuit in 2021. During this dominating streak, the Brazilian team has won 13 tournaments including Protocolo: Evolução, Protocolo: Gêneses and Copa Rakin Season 2. Furthermore, they also achieved two places in the Top 32 at VCT 2021 Brazil’s challenging second stage Open Qualifier.

They will all be joined by coach André “palestra” Gomes, who will lead the team to continue to dominate in 2022.

“We are extremely excited that Team Liquid BR is the newest launch unit for Liquid Entertainment. They have worked incredibly hard to refine their skills and are ready to show the world what they can do. ” Liquid team Steve Arhancet spoke in the official announcement.

The signing couldn’t have been better timing following the recent announcement that Game Changers will receive an International LAN event in 2022, following the success of Game Changers in 2021.

It also reinforces Team Liquid’s commitment to the Brazil region, expanding into their Brazilian portfolio Rainbow Six Siege, Garena’s Mobile Survival Game, and Fortnite.

Team Liquid recently entered semifinal belong to VALUABLEFirst World Championship, VCT Champions 2021. As their main team will build after the 2021 season, Team Liquid Brazil will be looking to showcase even more of their talent for VALUABLE, in hopes of qualifying for the final event VCT Game Changers’ LAN Event.

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