Recently returned from their first Dota Pro Circuit tournament, the Brazilians from Furia Esports are down to four and on the hunt for a new offlane player.
Felipe “NS-ART” Costa, the latest to join Furia Esports in the Leipzig major qualifiers aftermath, has been released from the roster after the team returned from the WePlay! Bukovel Minor on the last place.
“We appreciate your time with us. Our work together has taken us far and we wish you success in your career,” posted Furia on Twitter.
NS-ART, who is in fact a devoted streamer, replaced Otávio “Tavo” Gabriel in the original line-up. During the Bukovel Minor, Furia captain’s Heitor “Duster” Pereira declared to VPEsports that NS-ART was more like a big brother for everyone on the team. He was the oldest team member, at his 27-year-old being around 10 years older than most of his former teammates. While NS-ART didn’t interrupt his daily 6 to 8 hours stream routine, he was also able to join his team for practice games every day, Duster saying that he would pretty much play Dota 2 “since he wakes up until he goes to sleep.”
Despite being praised for his commitment and professionalism by his former captain, NS-ART is now teamless and will have around two weeks time to find a stack for the regional qualifiers for the ESL One Los Angeles Major.
Furia Esports current line-up:
Leonardo “RdO” Fernandes
Henry “murdOc” Felipe
Lucas “Hyko” Morais
Heitor “Duster” Pereira
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