Brazilian eSports organization Vivo Keyd Stars has announced its return to the professional Dota 2 scene. The organization has secured a spot in DPC SA 2023 Tour 1: Division I by purchasing it from Wolf Team. On the portal https://ggbestbet.net/pl you can follow the most interesting eSports events with the participation of this team and check the schedule.
Vivo Keyd Stars new lineup
The team’s current roster is as below. Interestingly, four former Team Wolf players joined the Vivo Keyd Stars line-up:
- Guilherme Costabile (nickname “Costabile”)
- Adriano Machado (nickname “4dr”)
- Otavio Silva (nickname “tavo”)
- Danilo Nascimento (codename “Kingrd”)
- Matheus Diniz (stage name “KJ”)
4dr, tavo, Kingrd and KJ in the Wolf Team squad last season started from the second division, but the players took 2nd place in DPC SA 2021/2022 Tour 2: Division II and got a well-deserved place in the first division, where the team was ranked 6th. This result can be considered the best since last year, where players earned $26,000 during this period.
Guilherme “Costabile” Costabile spent the last year with the likes of 4 Zoomers, Nouns and Team Brazil. Of the achievements, it is worth mentioning the good performances during the DPC season in North America. The player’s highest result in 2022 was the 3rd place at the DPC NA 2021/2022 Tour 3: Division I. The Nouns earned $27,000 then and were one step away from going to the PGL Arlington Major 2022.
What do we know about Vivo Keyd Stars
Vivo Keyd Stars is a Brazilian esports organization. The club was originally founded by Eduardo Kim and Andre Pontes to host the StarCraft II championship. Later, the organization joined other games such as League of Legends: Wild Rift, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Rainbow Six: Siege and Free Fire.
Vivo Keyd Stars’ first experience with Dota 2 began in 2013. The club participated in several local tournaments, but never achieved very significant results. The team’s highest earning is $2,088 for 3rd place at the Brasil Game Cup 2014. In 2020, after finishing last in the 2nd round of CBLOL with 6 wins and 15 losses, the team officially disbanded.
The Vivo Keyd team took part in 94 tournaments in various eSports disciplines. The top 3 tournaments with Vivo Keyda are:
- PUBG Mobile Global Championship;
- PUBG Mobile World Invitational;
- Free Fire World Series Bangkok.
At the beginning of its activity, the organization was called Keyd Team. In 2018, the team changed its name to Vivo Keyd as it was sponsored by telecommunications company Vivo. In late 2022, the team announced a merger with Stars Horizon, renaming it Vivo Keyd Stars.