[Top 5] Dota 2 Best Brazilian Players In The World Right Now

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Although Brazil doesn’t have a dedicated server Dota 2 has many fans who enjoy it. Many of them playing out of none other than Brazil, with so many players and fans coming from one area you’ll eventually run into a superstar that’s why we’re here to talk about the top five Brazilian players in Dota 2.

5. 4dr

The face of I dodged that

Adriano Machado is a very successful professional Dota 2 solo mid-player based out of Brazil. Since the start of his professional career in 2014 4dr has accumulated over $120,000 in tournament money alone.

So you wanna mid like 4dr? Well, first you have to pick Ember Spirit as a favorite to a lot of solo mids he brings a lot of versatility. 4dr likes to save his abilities for when he truly needs them meaning if you want to engage on 4dr expect him to have all of his abilities. 4dr is truly a force to be reckoned with a KDR of 6.25 with Ember Spirit.

Major Tournament Achievement: 

    While playing with one of his previous teams, Team SG esports they entered into the OGA DPC South America Regional League Season 1: Upper Division with a $205,000 prize pool where they took 3rd place.

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4. Kingrd

How did we win that?

Danylo Nascimento aka Kingrd is the one this as a carry main myself appreciates greatly, support and off-laner. Kingrd hails from Brazil whose professional career started all the way in 2011!

Well, being a multiple role player means you have to have a lot of practice and a large hero pool. With a large hero pool choosing a signature gets tricky but with Kingrd that goes to his Mirana with his over 70% win rate!

Major Tournament Achievement:

    Like the last player on our list who were teammates before they still presently play for Wolf Team. Before that Kingrd played for Team SG esports where they participated in  OGA DPC South America Regional League Season 1: Upper Division taking home 3rd place and $27,000 of the $205,000 total pool. 

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3. hFn

Yup, I'm Tilted 

William Medeiros de Anastácio or known as hFn a safe-lane carry for Wolf Team with his pro career starting 2013 and having made over $200,000 in professional tournament money.

As a safe lane carry myself, I can wholeheartedly admit choosing a signature is hard with a capital H! But while it is hard hFn’s signature comes in the form of a fate weaving bug, the notorious Weaver slipping in and out of team fights, picking off isolated heroes, and dishing out loads of damage with his germinate ability hFn supports this mastery with a 65% win rate.

Major Tournament Achievement: 

    Before signing on with Wolf Team you could find hFn running safe lane for Team No Ping where they participated in the OGA DPC South America Regional League Season 2: Upper Division placing 1st and taking home the lion’s share of the $205,000 pot. 

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2. Tavo

Did you catch that on camera?

Otávio Gabriel Cerqueira Silva aka Tavo who currently runs with Wolf Team, hmm I’m noticing an unintended trend here. Well, regardless born in Brazil on December 19, 1994. Tavo has played with 14 different professional teams further enhancing the caliber of his experience. 

Tavo plays mainly as an off-laner opposing the enemy’s hard carry now with such responsibility holds the need for a whole lot of skill. Well, he delivers that when he picks Nature’s Prophet putting intense pressure on the lane and even in the later stages offers his support by split pushing forcing constant attention to himself as opposed to his teammates.

Major Tournament Achievement:

    When Tavo played for Team No Ping they participated in the ESL One Los Angeles 2020 - Online: South America back in April of 2020 placing 2nd and securing $12,000 of the $40,000 prize pot.

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How did you think that play would turn out?

Rodrigo Lelis Santos “Lelis” takes the number one spot on this list. He is a very successful pro and an exceptional player. Lelis is currently signed on to Team Alliance as their off-laner.  He is also a streamer with almost 80k followers.

It isn’t often that a non-carry role makes it to number one on a “Top” list well here we have it an off-laner a role that goes under-appreciated compared to carry roles. 

His signature is Dark Seer a hero who can apply some aggressive lane pressure while bullying his lane opponents with his ability Ion Shell. Lelis displays his hero knowledge displacing heroes with Dark Seer’s ability Vaccum. He brings to the table a win rate of 73% and a KDR of 7.78.

Major Tournament Achievement:

Before running with Alliance Lelis was on the Quincy Crew who participated in the Dota Pro Circuit 2021: S2 - North America Upper Division and took none other than 1st place which yielded them $30,000 of the $205,000 pot.

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