TBK Esports was created with an ambitious project to reach the top in 2022 and already has
a gaming office on Avenida Paulista, in São Paulo (SP).
TBK Esports is the newest face in the Brazilian electronic sports scene. And in its first
announcement, the newly created organization in partnership with Gaming Culture, revealed
its entry into Valorant, by hiring the ex-NOORG 2.0 line-up, formed by Luk, Matheuzin,
Ryotzz, Tuyz and Kon4n.
With an office located in a building on Avenida Paulista in São Paulo (SP), TBK Esports was
born with the idea of offering structure and a strong staff to provide all the necessary support
for its players to seek the top of the Valorant scenario.
According to the CEO of TBK Esports, Victor Damato, the opportunity to launch the
organization, with a team that is already among the best in Brazil at Valorant, was the perfect
setting for him and his brother, Gabriel Damato, who were already analyzing a good
opportunity to join in the esports scene.
“The creation of TBK Esports comes from an old desire of my brother, who had already
started in esports in an amateur way, that’s when I decided to join him and get into it
professionally and for that to happen, we sought the help of Gaming Culture , which already
has extensive knowledge of the market and with that, we hire the team and also to structure
our gaming office on Avenida Paulista”, says Damato.
For the CEO of Gaming Culture, Peterson Rodrigues, the TBK project shows yet another
front that the company is taking flight, in addition to organizing events, championships and
“When Damato came to us with the desire to enter the competitive esports scene, we were
able to use the connections we already have to indicate the best paths for this entry into this
environment. The project is ambitious, already has some partners and for sure one of the
best located offices in the country, I’m sure it’s just the beginning, as TBK already has
expansion plans”, says Rodrigues.
TBK’s CEO also revealed that he is already analyzing the hiring of new teams and
consequently entering new scenarios, such as mobile, for example.
“We are on the lookout for good opportunities to expand our line-ups. The female Valorant
and the Wild Rift are two modalities that have had a lot of prominence and by having a
developer like Riot Games behind them, it gives us more security to invest in these
modalities”, reveals Damato.