So, what’s going on with FURIA Esports VINI CS:GO? For those unaware, the community has been discussing the future of this young talent, due to unforeseeen circumstances. Indeed, what’s more puzzling is that the team seems to have been doing well. Read on for a concise and clear take on this story.
FURIA Esports VINI CS:GO – Leaving a Gap
Although many esports scenes are undergoing rostermania, sometimes changes happen surprisingly. Accordingly, nobody really thought that FURIA Esports’ CS:GO division really needed swapping. However, the likes of Vinicius “VINI” Figueiredo announced his departure just recently on Twitter:
There are some rumors about my career, so I would like to clarify in affection to everyone who follows me.
Furia, through Guerri, came to the conclusion that they wouldn’t want to count on me for the 2022 season.
Obviously I’m saddened by the decision, but life as a professional athlete goes that way.
My desire is to continue playing CSGO professionally, so at the moment I am evaluating all the proposals for my future as a player.
However, I’m sure my post-CSGO future will be working on the Esports scene, which I love and really want it to be linked to Furia.
I will soon have more news about the future!Credits: TwitLonger VINI (Translated)
And just like that, the active roster of FURIA looks like this:
- Yuri “yuurih” Boian
- Andrei “arT” Piovezan
- Kaike “KSCERATO” Cerato
- Andre “drop” Abreu
- Nicholas “guerri” Nogueira
The change is surprising due to the recent performances:
- 5-8th @ PGL Major Stockholm 2021
- 1st @ IEM XVI Fall North America
- 17-20th @ ESL Pro League Season 14
However, the team was never going to contend internationally – perhaps they will with a new player?