We recently reported to you that VALORANT was launched by Guild Esports, a brand named David Beckham followed by Sergio Aguero of Manchester City who Formed his new esports team, including Gareth Bale who started his esports team this month the list is getting longer. Now Casemiro, another football player thought it worth investing in e-sports, so Case Esports was created.
Carlos Henrique José Francisco Venâncio Casimiro, or as most of us know Casemiro, has launched his own e-sports team and is still focusing on CS: GO. The defensive midfielder for the Spanish club Real Madrid and the Brazil National team is a player known to be an avid gamer and a thing for esports.
The lineup is entirely Brazilian, the top five will be based in Spain and play in the European field. Plus, they’re not even unknown players. Dzt and land1n previously strengthened the Tempo Strom team, delboNi also turned in INTZ and Imperial colors, and yepz and n1ssim came from Furia Academy.
The team will be based in Madrid, as the footballer looks to establish his new organisation in Spain. The players will also be provided with an office and gaming house in order to practice and compete in the country. The team is expected to compete in the qualifiers for the DreamHack Open in December.
— Casemiro (@Casemiro) October 29, 2020
“I love my hobby, so I created this team. The goal is to get to the highest levels, just like me in my own career. I know a lot of time and work is still needed for such a new team, but I hope players and fans enjoy it too. then our team. ” Casemiro said after the announcement.
CaseEsports has already secured a range of partners as part of its launch. Peripherals firm HyperX, BŮH, gaming chair company Drift and Spanish glasses brand Hawkers are all sponsors of Casemiro’s new venture check official sire here- http://www.caseesports.com/
The footballer is even a promoter of the HyperX peripherals, who have designed wallpapers for him, you can check that out here- https://www.hyperxgaming.com/en/experience/casemiro
He has previously streamed a little bit and has expressed his passion for FPS games on PC and Basketball games too. Its no surprise of his entry to esports, Casemiro is just the latest in a recent string of sports stars getting involved in esports. Within football, we’ve seen Man City player Sergio Aguero, and Casemiro’s fellow Real Madrid teammate Gareth Bale (currently at Tottenham).