- Brazilian CS organization Fluxo signed the entire former B4 fe lineup
- The roster already has a long string of successes, including winning Gamers Club Women Masters VII
- Their debut under the banner of Fluxo will be at ESL Impact League Season 4 South America
Brazilian organization Fluxo has struck gold by signing the highly successful all-female CS squad of B4 fe, which also includes its coach, analyst, and manager.
Fluxo Debuts New Lineup
Over the past couple of years, women have been entering professional esports, and CS:GO is no exception. Many all-female teams have sprung up here and there, spawning a veritable ecosphere of talents, rosters, and transfers.
Brazilian Counter-Strike organization Fluxo is one of the organizations that has shown a lot of interest in the growing field of competitive women’s esports, and this is shown by the fact that they recently announced the signing of an all-female roster. The organization has brought in the entirety of the former B4 fe lineup, which also includes the players’ coach, analyst, and manager. The new team will compete under the name of Fluxo Demons to distinguish them from their male counterparts.
Fluxo’s higher-ups seem to be very happy about the contract, saying it’s a big step in the women’s competitive Couner-Strike field. The COO of Fluxo, Jeferson “Jefão” Goes, said in a recent press release that the organization is “entering the women’s CS scene in style, with the best team of the moment and we will give all our support to the players so that they continue to show their talent and encourage more women to play CS.”
Goes has all the right to be hopeful that the team will perform well, considering when the quintet was playing under B4’s flag, they won Gamers Club Women Masters VII. The roster also placed 3-4th at the ESL Impact League Season 3 Finals in Dallas in June and at ESL Impact Katowice in February.
Last year also proved to be quite the success for the lineup, as the players competed in the first two seasons of the Impact league and won Gamers Club Women Masters VI in December. Additionally, they performed well in multiple online tournaments, winning ESL Impact Cash Cup: South America – Summer 2022 #5 and MEG Female 2022.
The girls’ first challenge under the new banner of Fluxo Demons is actually today, September 13, against mocreias, a fellow Brazilian CS team. The match will also be one of the first of the ESL Impact League Season 4 South America, so be sure to catch it. Fluxo Demons will debut with the following roster:
- Giovanna “yungher” Yungh Mataveli
- Julia “julih” Gomes
- Lara “goddess” Baceiredo
- Nadjila “poppins” Sanchez Rodrigues
- Nataly “nani” do Nascimento Cavalcante
- Igor “darkpsy” Zaniboni (coach)