The most important information about a team is its performance statistics. So it is worth to check the key performance indicators of FURIA.
Main indicators of FURIA in the last matches:
Victories in the recent 5 matches: 4 (80%).
Victories in the recent 10 matches: 8 (80%).
FURIA played 19 matches over the last 3 months and won 14 matches - 74%.
Over the past year, FURIA played 61 matches and achieved victory in 38 matches - 63%.
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In the last match, which took place on 12.11.2022, FURIA played with the team Heroic. The match was hosted at the tournament IEM Rio Major 2022.
Heroic achieved victory in this match with a score of 2:1.
FURIA demonstrated a solid play in the recent matches with a score of victories, which amounted 80% (won 4 matches out of 5).
FURIA Esports is a Brazilian organization, which is famous for its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster. Despite the young age of the club, players of the rosters have managed to make a statement and helped the organization to become famous in professional circles.
We present to your attention the history of the CSGO branch of the team.
The first appearance
It was heard about FURIA for the first time relatively recently by the standards of esports. The first appearance of the Brazilians happened in 2017. The organization was founded in August 2017 and the first roster included:
With this roster, FURIA started its performances at small local tournaments. They included Gamers Liga Profissional: August 2017, Experience League 2017, Gamers Club Liga Profissional: September 2017, and others.
FURIA proved itself well at these tournaments: the club held the second places at the above-mentioned competitions.
However, the organization’s ambitions were way bigger than prize places at local championships. They had to change the roster to achieve bigger success. The first one to be cut off was caike who was replaced by bld V. It happened in October and yurrih replaced prd in a month.
FURIA entered 2018 with this roster.
2018 and the searches for an optimal roster
Starting from January 2018, FURIA was experimenting actively with the roster, continually searching for an optimal roster. VINI left the team in January and his spot was taken by s1. Bld V and the recently-arrived s1 departed from the team a bit later, in February. VINi returned to the main roster in February too and he was followed by scerato and arT.
FURIA continued playing with this roster till October 2018. During this period, the team managed to visit a lot of championships. The brightest performances include the victory at Aorus League – Brazil: Finals – Season 1, the second place at ESEA Season 27: Open Division – Brazil, and the victory at ESL LA League Season 1.
Also, FURIA prevailed at GG.BET Ascensao, Aorus League – Invitational, and ESL Brazil Premier League Season 5.
The series of positive results stopped in August 2018. Initially, FURIA held the 7th-8th place at Americas Minor Championship – London 2018, after which they lost the qualifiers to MSI Masters Gaming Arena 2018. Then, there was the failure in the qualifiers to EPICENTER 2018, TOYOTA Master CS:GO Bangkok 2018, and ECS Season 5.
Such performances led to roster changes. Spacca was removed from the main roster and his slot was taken by ablej. With this roster, FURIA was playing till September 2019.
2019 and the first attempts at Major tournaments
At the beginning of 2019, FURIA placed second at Americas Minor Championship – Katowice 2019, which allowed them to play at the first Major tournament in the history of the organization. However, the Brazilians faced issues at the championship.
FURIA was eliminated from the competition for the championship at Intel Extreme Masters XIII – Katowice Major 2019, having held the 20th-22nd place. But the failure did not stop the Brazilians. The team continued playing at various tournaments.
They achieved victory in the qualifiers to DreamHack Masters Dallas 2019 in march and became the champions of ESEA Season 30: Premier Division – North America in April.
FURIA finished second at DreamHack Open Rio de Janeiro 2019 and Esports Championship Series Season 7 – North America a bit later that month.
FURIA made a breakthrough in June. At the beginning of the month, they held the 3rd-4th place at DreamHack Masters Dallas and were one step away from the championship at Esports Championship Series Season 7 – Finals in a week.
Later, the team placed 3rd-4th at Moche XL Esports 2019 and prevailed at ESEA Premier Division – North America again.
The team held the disappointing 9th-12th place at ESL One: Cologne 2019 in July. In the middle of the month, FURIA won ESEA Season 31: Global Challenge and also held the second position at Americas Minor Championship – Berlin 2019. However, the team placed 20th-22nd at the Berlin Major, which led to changes inside the team. Ablej’s spot in the team was taken by HEN1.
With the updated roster, FURIA continued participating in big tournaments. At the end of September, they placed 3rd-4th at Games Clash Masters 2019, 3rd-4th at Esports Championship Series Season 8 – North America: Series 3, and 3rd at StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 8 in October.
The end of the year was not that successful for the Brazilians. They held the 9th place at Esports Championship Series Season 8 – North America, the 9th-10th place at ESL Pro League Season 10 – Americas, the 5th-6th place at DreamHack Open Winter 2019.
The era of online tournaments came in 2020 and FURIA’s moment with it.
2020 and the online era
FURIA began 2020 well. They placed second at DreamHack Open Anaheim 2020 and prevailed at Americas Minor Championship – Rio 2020 in February. In April 2020, FURIA held the 3rd place at ESL Pro League Season 11: North America and finished second at ESL One: Road to Rio – North America a month later.
FURIA won BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Showdown and DreamHack Masters Spring 2020: North America in June 2020. They also held the 3rd place at BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Finals.
FURIA became the champions of DreamHack Open Summer 2020: North America in August. The team prevailed at ESL Pro League Season 12: North America in September and became the champions of Intel Extreme Masters XV – New York Online: North America in October. In November, FURIA failed at BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season to place 1st at BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Showdown after that. In December, FURIA placed 3rd-4th at DreamHack Masters Winter 2020: Europe.
The team faced a decline after a row of such successful performances. The team held the 5th-6th place at BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 and Intel Extreme Masters XV – Global Challenge in December.
The organization and rewards
Jaime Padua is the CEO of FURIA, Felipe Chivitz holds the position of manager. ArT is a captain of the roster and a coaching slot is taken by guerri.
FURIA cooperates with a row of famous brands, including Nike, Rivalry, AOC, HyperX, GamersCard, CLEAR, and LEGION by Lenovo.
The FURIA academy has been working since 2018 and the female roster has been operating since 2017.
Since the foundation, the CSGO branch has brought more than 921,000 dollars of prize money for the organization.