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Neymar Jr is back to announce his support for FURIA at the PGL Major Stockholm, the World Championships Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. The Paris Saint-Germain and Brazil striker took to Twitter on Friday morning to contribute to #DIADEFURIA, the hashtag that is the most talked about topic in the country on the social network.

Neymar said in the posts that seeing the Brazilians achieve their dreams is something he is happy to see, and he also praised the five Al Ittihad players who will face a 12:30 p.m. maneuver in the quarter-finals.

Neymar praises Furya players on Twitter – Photo: clone

Neymar supports FURIA on Twitter – Photo: clone

This is not the first time that the ace has supported the Brazilian national team in this world championship. In the duel against Gabriel’s “FalleN’s Team Liquid” at the Legends stage, Neymar posted a photo accompanying Alexander’s “Gaules” broadcast.

Neymar watching the FURIA match in the Major – Photo: clone

The relationship between Neymar and the organization goes back a long way, having been founded by ace game friends Andre Akari and Chris Guedes, in 2017. Over the years, Neymar’s alleged financial involvement in the organization has been the subject of behind-the-scenes, but FURIA CEO Jaime Padua also close to the attacker, It was mentioned in Early Game that Neymar is a “friend” and not a member of the organization.

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Neymar’s passion for CS: GO is nothing new and made news in 2017, when the player made a tiny house in his mansion in Mangaratiba. Since then, the player has made dozens of posts in gameplay and following tournaments, participated in broadcasts on Twitch and has a stock of skins valued at more than 40 thousand US dollars (224 thousand Brazilian reals).

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