Baiano

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Baiano
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Background Information
Name: Gustavo Gomes
Country of Birth: Brazil Brazil
Residency: News Label - Brazil.png Brazil
Competitive
Team: Big Gods Jackals
Role: Support
Favorite champions:    
Other competitive IDs: OwninG
Soloqueue IDs: freq OwNinG, INTZ Red OwninG, JAYOB Owning, JAYOB Baiano, VFK Baiano, VFK Baiano (EUW)
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Team History
Mar 2014 - Sep 2014
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Feb 2015 - May 2015
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May 2015 - Nov 2015
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Dec 2015 - Aug 2016
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Aug 2016 - Dec 2016
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Jan 2017 - Present
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Gustavo "Baiano" Gomes is the support for Big Gods Jackals.

Biography

Gustavo "Baiano" Gomes, formerly known as "OwninG", is from Salvador, Bahia. Considered as one of the best support players in Brazil, he was banned for one year in March 2014, during the Elo Boosting/Drophacking/Scripting ban wave that caught several players. He stayed in lower-tier teams until February, when he joined INTZ Red to play in the Brazilian Challenger Circuit Summer 2015. At the end of the split, he announced he couldn't join the INTZ Red gaming house in São Paulo to prepare for the Promotion Series, becoming a substitute. Along with this, it has been discovered that his ban was extended until June, so he would be ineligible to play in the series. In May, he left INTZ Red and joined JAYOB e-Sports, helping the team get first place in the Brazilian Challenger Circuit Winter 2015.

Trivia

  • Became known when he and esA created the "Unranked to Challenger in 72 hours" challenge, when both players were in Frequency Gaming.
  • Former INTZ Red teammates claim he was the main responsible for the team's Challenger Circuit success, due to his accurate shotcalls and game vision.
  • Considered a support that can carry games.
  • Achieved Rank 1 in Brazilian Solo Queue in August 2015.[1]

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References

  1. OwninG's Facebook Post (Portuguese) facebook.com