Yorae

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Yorae
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Background Information
NameFilipe de Sant'Anna Scarabelli
Country of BirthBrazil Brazil
BirthdayNovember 9, 1993 (age 25)
Competitive
RoleSupport
Social Media & Links
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Team History
Jun 2014 - Aug 2015
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Eternal Rallylogo std.pngEternal Rally
Filipe "Yorae" de Sant'Anna Scarabelli is a Brazilian SMITE player. He is currently without a team.

Biography

Yorae spent his entire childhood playing on consoles like Playstation. In 2009, he gained access to the internet and his first online games were MMORPGs like Ragnarok and FPS games like Battlefield. In 2012, his close friend and coach/manager Itnevist gave him a beta key and SMITE has been his favorite PC game ever since.

He played various roles casually in closed beta 2012 but learned to play SMITE in mid lane. In June 2014, right after Hi-Rez/Level Up! announced Brazilian servers and tournaments, Yorae transformed a group of friends into a competitive team and played jungle on a high level. He has switched to support main in early 2015.

Season 2

He played on Eternal Rally during Brazil Gaming League but did not make the move to paiN Gaming when the team was acquired.[1]

Trivia

  • His nickname originates from a game character from Breath of Fire 4
  • He still plays a lot on the NA server as he enjoys the competitive scene there more

Team and Tournament History

Date Place Event Team Teammates
2015-06-14 A55 SmiteMasters.png SMITE Masters São Paulo Eternal Rallylogo std.pngEternal Rally DeliciaNoeArkanjoStalk3rNagare
2015-06-12 A22 BrazilGamingLeague.png Arena X5 Eternal Rallylogo std.pngEternal Rally DeliciaNoeArkanjoStalk3rNagare
2015-05-19 A33 BrazilGamingLeague.png Brazil Gaming League Eternal Rallylogo std.pngEternal Rally DeliciaNoeArkanjoStalk3rtheshipmonk

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