The Only South American Team at The International 7 Loses Midlaner
The South American team that competed at The International 7 will continue without their midlaner.
Enzo “Timado” Gianoli has decided to leave Peruvian organization Infamous, after being with them since March 31. The team qualified for Valve’s $24 million event by winning the South American qualifier. They had a flawless run through the playoffs.
A Quick Exit from The International 7
Once at The International 7, Infamous was quickly knocked down to the lower bracket and defeated by OG in a best-of-one series.
Timado’s Background and Offers
Although Timado is from Peru, he has previously played for the North American team, Team Freedom. According to a recent interview, he has also received offers from other North American teams in the past.
The Struggles of South American Players
Timado has revealed that he was the only player on Infamous who received a salary, highlighting the difficulties that players in South America face.
It remains to be seen if Timado will continue his career in a different region or not.
Keywords: South American team, The International 7, midlaner, Enzo “Timado” Gianoli, Peruvian organization, Valve, South American qualifier, lower bracket, OG, North American team, Team Freedom, struggles, salary