B4 eSports have decided to dive into the world of VALORANT esports with their acquisition of the TERROR.NET roster. The squad consists of Alexandre “xand” Zizi, Bryan “pANcada” Luna, Wellington “akemy” Martins, Vinicius “v1nNy” Gonçalves, and Leandro “frz” Gomes. They are one of the shining stars in the South American VALORANT scene, booming with Brazilian talent.

B4 eSports’ squad played together under their new banner for the first time during the Rivals Contenders, where they went on a strong 9-1 run to lift the title, only losing once in the group stages to Black Dragons and winning the final with a convincing 3-0 scoreline.

Prior to this competition, while playing as TERROR.NET, they managed to finish within the top four of the Brazil Spray Series Qualifiers before winning the main competition. Not only that, they won both the VALORANT Zone Invitational #1 and the VALORANT Zone Invitational Finals. They fell short once during the Gamers Club Ultimate Qualifier rounds, finishing between 9th and 32nd.

© B4 eSports
© B4 eSports

All three of Wellington “akemy” Martins, Bryan “pANcada” Luna, and Vinicius “v1nNy” Gonçalves are former CrossFire professional players. They were all representing INTZ esports for a period during 2018.

During that time, they managed to place 4th in the CrossFire Stars 2018 competition, with pANcada separating after the tournament and getting himself a 2nd place finish in CrossFire Stars 2019 iteration. Prior to that, domestically in Brazil, he finished 3rd in the CrossFire Elite League 2017 Season 2.

As for Vinicius “v1nNy” Gonçalves, he has the Brasil Mega Arena São Paulo CrossFire title under his belt, with 3rd-4th place finishes in both Brazil Gaming League and CFS Invitational Philippines 2016.

Meanwhile, Leandro “frz” Gomes was a former Paladins professional player exclusively for Spacestation Gaming, having won the 2018 BR PGS Phases 6, 7, and 8 under the organization. He won the 2018 BR PGS Fall Split title as well, in addition to 5th-6th and 5th-8th finishes in the PPC Summer Finals 2020 and Paladins World Championship 2020 competitions respectively.

akemy, pANcada and v1nNy © INTZ
akemy, pANcada and v1nNy © INTZ

Last but not least, Alexandre “xand” Zizi experienced a long career in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, with strong domestic and international presence. The Brazilian has both the ESEA Season 26: Open Division Brazil and the WINNERS League Season 3: North America Invite Division titles under his belt.

Other than that, he finished 3rd-4th in the ESEA Season 32: Global Challenge, 3rd in the Americas Minor Championship Berlin 2019, and 13th – 16th in both ESL Pro League Season 8 Finals and ESL Pro League Season 9 Americas.

B4 eSports’ VALORANT roster consists of:

Wellington “akemy” Martins
Bryan “pANcada” Luna
Vinicius “v1nNy” Gonçalves
Leandro “frz” Gomes
Alexandre “xand” Zizi