- Real name: Alexandre Borba
- Birthday: December 2, 1983 (age 36)
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- Team: Twitch
- Sunday: 12:00 IST - 24:00 IST
- Monday: 12:00 IST - 24:00 IST
- Tuesday: 12:00 IST - 24:00 IST
- Wednesday: 12:00 IST - 24:00 IST
- Thursday: 12:00 IST - 24:00 IST
- Friday: 12:00 IST - 24:00 IST
- Saturday: 12:00 IST - 24:00 IST
Streaming & Gaming PC Specs
- Motherboard: Z390 Aorus Xtreme
- CPU: Intel I9 9900KF
- GPU: AORUS WATERFORCE RTX 2080 TI
- RAM: Memória 32GB 4266Mhz
- HDD/SSD: 1TB 970 EVOPlus x2
- Power Supply:
- Liquid Cooling: Corsair Hydro Series H150I Pro
- Webcam: Logitech C920
- Studio Light:
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- USB Hub:
- Microphone: Razer Seiren Elite
- Control Panel: Elgato Stream Deck
Gaming Setup & Gear
- Monitor: Zowie XL2546
- Headset: Razer Kraken Tournament
- Keyboard: HyperX Alloy FPS Cherry
- Mouse: Zowie FK2 White
- Mousepad: Razer Esports Elite Speed
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- Resolution: 1024x768px
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
- DPI: 400
- Hz: 1000
- Sensitivity X: 2.2
- Sensitivity Y: 2.2
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Gaules was born on December 2nd, 1983 in São Paulo. Gaules, is a retired counter-striker player and coach who started streaming in December, 2017, after being bankrupt and have attempted suicide.
He usually streams some big tournaments with the participation of Brazilian teams, like the CS:GO Majors and even streamed from the venue during Blat Pro Series and Dreamhack events. Gaules play every month at the Gamersclub Amateur League with his old counter-strike organization name, G3X.
Alexandre likes to reciprocate the support he receives from viewers, so he usually give some CS:GO skins, donate a lot of the money he earns to charity and always talks about his problems with depression, trying to help those who suffer from the same disease. In addition to counter-strike, also streams GTA V RPG.
When he was 14, Gaules started going every day to a local “lan-house”, asking to join the best counter-strike team from there, because they played for free and he didn’t had money to play. After a long time, he managed to join this team, but later the team disbanded and he created in 2001 his own organization, the “G3neration X”.
His team played lot of big tournaments in Brazil and also some in Europe and United States, but in 2007, they merged with the biggest counter-strike team in Brazil (MiBR), and Gaules had to retire, becoming the manager and coach of the team. One year later, while studying to get a Marketing degree, he did an internship at Samsung, and later quit the competitive scene to start his own production company, the “Seleção Brasileira de Games” (Brazilian Team of Games). With this success, he also created the “Brazil Gaming League”, “Agência x5” and “Mega Arena x5”.
However, in 2017 his companies began to fail and he decided to move away and sell them. Because of bad investments, Gaules found himself bankrupt, without a place to live, diagnosed with deep depression and he even attempted suicide. Trying to recover, Gaules asked friends for help to have something to eat and began to stream until he had how to support himself. The stream did not become an immediate success, but he never gave up and today has one of the most watched counter-strike channels on Twitch around the world.
His girlfriend is also a Twitch Streamer, Letícia “Lett” Pereira.