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Discover below the story of Alef “Sparta”, director of the Flamengo PUBG Mobile franchise, who had his father’s support and encouragement to pursue his eSports dream.
PUBG Mobile’s competitive scenario has grown year after year, creating opportunities for community teams and bringing names that are already known around the world, such as: B. Flamengo. Alef “Sparta” passed through both worlds and with the support of his father Roberto da Motta, he realized the dream of commanding Rubro Negro on the battlefield.
Sparta, as he is known in the competitive world, is also the director of the PUBG Mobile franchise for Flamengo eSports, in addition to being a player. Born in Rio de Janeiro, the Flamengo fan now leads the famous team in the scene and gradually conquers his place.
Alef has been playing PUBG Mobile since Season 2 and since he was always on the go he loved playing on his smartphone. His involvement in the competition began when he joined the ART of Battle clan. “It was the biggest clan the game has ever had in Brazil, then we created a rival clan team which ended when I got an offer to join DC team, the soccer player Douglas Costa’s team and a little later to walk Flamengo,” he explains the athlete.
Although he was not involved with the team, his father, Roberto, opened the doors of his home to receive the team when it needed to “boot camp”, bringing him closer to the players and his son. Roberto is a fan of games but has not adapted to mobile, but remains present in his son’s life, watching the championships, cheering and giving advice where necessary.
Sparta is the father of Kaique, aged 1 year and 3 months and had a double dose of emotion when he debuted in PUBG Mobile Pro League Brasil 2021 as his baby son was born on the same day. His father’s example of support and love for the Games is passed on as “Of three children, I am the one who has the most contact with my father, no doubt his participation (at the Games and on the team) also helps”. he says.
“Electronic sports is growing too fast and I think it is already more than proof that it is a serious profession. For example, PUBG Mobile has grown every year and more professionals are working with it, especially here in Brazil,” says the athlete, who thinks it’s important that parents are aware of this new wave of athletes and professionals in e-sports. As a piece of advice, the new dad wrote that “the support of parents and family in general will definitely always be very important. It’s good to know that the people around us have our backs and that we’re not judged because we tried something new,” concludes the Flamengo player.
Source: Sama Game
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