dudu and Brasil Gaming House Brasil Gaming House Contenders SA Rank #1 liko Felipe Lebrao dps Klaus Nicolas Ferrari dps neil Mateus Kröber tank honorato Maurício Honorato flex alemao Renan Moretto support kolero Rodrigo Kröber support have announced dudu's departure from BGH and his retirement from Overwatch. This comes following his team's second consecutive Contenders South America title.

"Thanks, @duduzeraow! He is leaving BGH for personal reasons!!! He will always be an example of a professional, and we will always be grateful for everything he has done for us!!! He was a two-time Contenders champion and Best Overwatch Player in 2017!! Once again, thank you! #GoBGH"

Translation courtesy of Feco Linhares.

dudu was a member of the original Brasil Gaming House roster when the organization entered Overwatch in March of 2017. He and his teammates dominated the South American scene for much of the past year and a half, winning numerous tournaments during that time. dudu went 45-3-1 in over.gg ticked matches against South American foes, including wins in the last 11 matches.

That record includes two Contenders South America championships, during which he and his team have only lost one match. He was the team's DPS for both seasons.

It was recently announced that Brasil Gaming House would be adding former Isurus Gaming DPS Klaus. With dudu's departure, it is likely Klaus will take a starting role on the team.

Brasil Gaming House has a guaranteed place in the next season of Contenders South America. That season begins in November.

The Brasil Gaming House Brasil Gaming House Contenders SA Rank #1 liko Felipe Lebrao dps Klaus Nicolas Ferrari dps neil Mateus Kröber tank honorato Maurício Honorato flex alemao Renan Moretto support kolero Rodrigo Kröber support roster is:

  • Felipe "liko" Lebrao (DPS)
  • Nicolas "Klaus" Ferrari (DPS)
  • Maurício "honorato" Honorato (Flex)
  • Mateus "neil" Kröber (Tank)
  • Renan "alemao" Moretto (Support)
  • Rodrigo "kolero" Kröber (Support)
  • André "dehzinho" Pereira (Support)
  • Jhonathan "TMATTEI" Mattei (Coach)