The esports and esports betting space continues to expand, with territories such as Brazil becoming increasingly open to the industry.
Recent years have seen esports and its betting engagement grow exponentially – with territories such as Brazil becoming increasingly accepting of the industry.
In a recent video release, Betway assigned Brazilian esports competitor Gabriel ‘’FalleN’ Sigaurio with the task of ranking the country’s professional esports players in S, A, B, C and D tiers.
In doing so, FalleN gave Betway’s esports followers and customers a glimpse into his own insights into the Brazilian scene, offering some predictions for up and coming players.
Taking the top spot were FalleN himself, alongside Fernando “Fer” Alvarenga, Lincoln ‘FNX’ Lau and Marcelo ‘Coldzera’ David – the latter of whom has engaged extensively with the betting and gaming sector.
Commenting on his decision, FalleN asserted that these four gamers described the top spot for having brought ‘the biggest trophies in CS:GO’ to Brazil so far.
Following this up, moving on to the ‘A Tier’, FalleN included Kaike ‘Kscreato’ Cerato and Yuri ‘Yuurih’ Boian, observing that the second player had “been doing a very good job with FURIA over the years”.
They still need to win some new trophies to get up there,” he added, however. “They are on their way, they just need to find the right pieces in the future to bring more trophies to Brazil.”
Meanwhile, Vito ‘kNgV’ Giusepp, and Rafael ‘Saffee’ Cost and Eduardo ‘Dumau’ Wolkmer were all placed in the B-Tier, with FalleN observing that all three have ‘a lot to improve’.
However, the competitor also noted that the three players had a ‘brilliant future’ ahead of them, hinting at the possibility that the trio could be ones for esports viewers, bettors and operators to keep an eye out for.
In a separate update earlier this month, Johannes “tabseN” Wodarz shared his predictions for teams to watch in 2022 in an interview with Betway Esports, as he detailed that the new additions to the Astralis team have brought much needed ‘firepower and aggression’.
The esports competitor added that he was looking forward to seeing how they adapt with their new players, as he backed k0nfig and BlameF to do well this coming campaign.
Betway’s connections with the esports scene include multiple sponsorship arrangements, including with Dota 2 teams such as Beastcoast, Made in Brazil (MIBR), G2, FURIA and PSG.LGD.