Former Made in Brazil and compLexity player Renato "nak" Nakano has revealed that he is weighing up the possibility of playing CS:GO competitively.
Renato "nak" Nakano stepped away from the game in mid-2012 after finding himself unable to commit to the hours required to practice and travel with his then team, playArt.
It was the end of an illustrious career that had reached its peak in 2006, when he helped Made in Brazil to win ESWC. Throughout his playing days he also won other international events, including shgOpen 2007 and the IEM V American Championship.
|nak wants to play competitively again (photo hltv.org)|
After taking part in a CS:GO showmatch earlier in the month,Nakano revealed tonight that he has borrowed a computer fromGabriel "FalleN" Toledo, who is currently living in Los Angeles with Keyd Stars, and added that he maintains the desire to play competitively again.
"Thanks, Fallen, for lending me your computer," he wrote on Facebook. "Will I play again? Yes. Will I put a team together? I do not know.
"Do I want to attend events? Yes. Will I stream? Of course!"
Nakano's announcement comes little over six months after Raphael "cogu" Camargo, one of the most accomplished Counter-Strike players in Brazil, revealed that he was interested in playing competitively again despite failing to impress in late 2012, when he attended the ESWC finals and DreamHack Winter with ProGaming.TD.