Scorpio, Vadex join Bravado COD
NEWS | Abdullah 'anneKsiy' Adam | Call Of Duty | April 13, 2017
In e-sports teams, as with conventional sports teams, line-ups change frequently. Bravado Gaming’s Call of Duty team has decided to remove one of their players in favor of an up and coming youngster.
This may have sparked some confusion and many players might be alarmed. Let’s clear it all up by heading to the captain of the Bravado Call of Duty team, Lithium, and hear what he has to say about the changes.
In the local community, most tournaments are open to players of all ages unless they are affiliated with CWL. In the case that a tournament is affiliated with CWL, there are age restrictions. They separate players that are over the age of 18 from players under the age of 18. This divide creates a barrier which in some cases, does not facilitate younger players to be picked up by more experienced teams with more finances. This makes it difficult to create the best teams possible.
Inferno is a player of immense skill, however he is unable to put in the required amount of time and effort into the game and the team, which ultimately puts the team at a disadvantage.
Therefore, Bravado Gaming has decided to replace Inferno with Scorpio, a young talent that cannot be overlooked. He is an under 18 player, therefore his addition will provide Bravado with a better chance to dominate any tournaments regardless of age groups this season.
Another addition to the Bravado Call of Duty (COD) roster is Vadex. The most obvious reason for his recruitment is the fact that he is a past Astra player, therefore they would be dealing with chemistry which was already developed. He is an 18+ player and is easily one of the most skillful players in the scene. Vadex will be brought into Bravado Gaming on the 19th of April, thereafter. The final roster will consist of 5 players, being Vadex, Viper, Freaks, Scorpio and Lithium.
The main roster will include Vadex, Freaks, Lithium and Scorpio. The separate 18+ roster will include the 3 core members, namely, Vadex, Freaks and Lithium, along with Viper as the fourth player.
The reason for the separation is because Scorpio is not 18 years old yet and the team feels that tournaments which facilitate under 18’s as well as over 18’s in the same roster would allow them to use their strongest team possible, by playing with Scorpio.
The team is driven, passionate and they have the same mindset and goals for the remainder of the season, and that is, in typical Bravado fashion, to be victorious.