Falkol Esports have officially revealed their VALORANT roster playing under the organization’s name in upcoming competitions. The Brazilian esports team boasts squads competing in Rainbow Six: Siege, League of Legends, and Fortnite. They briefly signed the no.org roster for the duration of the Copa Rakin back in June, and after several changes,
have the finalized official roster.
Falklol’s roster consists of Jean Michel “mch” D’Oliveira, Rafael “Pava” Pavanelli, Gabriel “qck” Lima, Victor “BLD” Junqueira, and Khalil “Khalil” Schmidt. mch is a former Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, who won the Legion Challenge and WESG 2017: South American Finals, as well as placing 2nd in the World Cyber Arena 2017 World Finals during his tenure with Team One.
Pava is another retired Counter-Strike: Global Offensive professional with multiple titles under his belt. The Brazilian managed to win all of the 2005 CPL Brazil, 2005 CPL Chile, digiLAB 2006, Gamers Club Masters 2017, and finally the ESL Brasil Premier League Season 1 Finals.
BLD spent parts of his Counter-Strike: Global Offensive career with teams like Furia eSports, Merciless Gaming, Red Reserve, and even his current organization, Falkol esports. He managed to win the Gamers Club Liga Profissional: March 2018 and the Campeonato Brasileiro de Counter-Strike Season 1, while placing 2nd in the ESL Brasil Premier League Season 4, XLG Copa Brasil Finals, and the Gamers Club Masters 2017.
Gabriel qck Lima placed 2nd in both the BSL 2019 Facid Edition and BSL Nordeste CS:GO competitions. Last but not least, Khalil “Khalil” Schmidt is an up and coming VALORANT player with tons of potential.
Both mch and Pava competed in the same events, placing 2nd in the Fusion New Rivals, 7th-8th in the Gamers Club Ultimate, 3rd-4th in the Rivals Contenders, and 5th-8th in the OnFire Cup. BLD competed with them as well in the same tournaments mentioned prior, except for Fusion New Rivals.
As for Khalil and qck, the latter finished 2nd in both the OnFire Cup and Gamers Club Ultimate, while the former placed 3rd-4th in the OnFire Cup and 7th-8th in the Copa Rakin #2. Considering the number of events they played with or against each other, it will definitely help their synergy going into the upcoming First Strike Brazil Closed Qualifier.
What do you think of the Brazilian roster going into the First Strike Brazil Closed Qualifier? This weekend will feature the third Brazilian qualifiers, which started on October 17th, 2020 and will last till November 14th, 2020. The team already reached the top 8 of the First Strike Brazil : Open Qualifier #2, advancing them to the Closed Qualifiers. In addition to finishing 3rd in the Esportsmaker Spike Series, after a convincing 2-0 win over NO CONTRACT.
The current Falkol Esports VALORANT roster consists of:
Jean Michel “mch” D’Oliveira
Rafael “Pava” Pavanelli
Victor “BLD” Junqueira
Gabriel “qck” Lima
Khalil “Khalil” Schmidt