g3nerationX, one of the most famous esports organisations in Brazil, will soon sign a CS:GO team
Created in June 2001, g3x finished seventh at the first major World Cyber Games event, later that year, and attended several other international events, including the CPL Winter championships in 2003 and 2005 and the CPL World Tour stops in Chile, Spain and England.
Some of the most successful players in the history of Brazilian Counter-Strike, such as Raphael “cogu” Camargo, Alexandre “gAuLeS” Chiqueta and Carlos “KIKOOOO” Henrique Segal, donned the organisation’s colours during the first half of the last decade, when g3x and Made in Brazil (mibr) captivated the community with their battle for supremacy in the country.
cogu is one of the players who made history in g3x
After over eight years of inactivity, g3x issued a statement last night on their Facebook page to announce that it will make another foray into esports, claiming that “the end only comes to those who cannot understand when it is time to start over.”
On Monday, g3x will formally announce their return by signing a League of Legends team that will be competing in the second split of CBLoL, the game’s most important league in Brazil, a source close to the organisation has told HLTV.org.
In a few months’ time, g3x plan on venturing into CS:GO and sign a team that can fly the organisation’s flag high, both domestically and internationally.