Raphael “exit” Lacerda began his professional Counter-Strike journey in 2016. Initially, he was part of the Dai Dai Gaming team, but unfortunately, he didn’t have much success there. However, in July of the same year, he found his place in ProGaming Esports, and the team managed to secure a 5th-8th place at the World Cyber Arena 2016 – America Finals. In February 2017, exit and his teammates joined the Black Dragons e-Sports roster. With this new lineup, they achieved notable results, including a silver medal at ESL Brasil Premier League Season 3 and a victory at Maring Extreme 2017. Later that year, in July, exit moved on to Sharks Esports, where he had a string of successes, winning the Superliga 2017 and reaching the semi-finals at the Bilbao Esports Tournament. In the following years, exit and Sharks Esports competed in various prestigious events, such as ESL Pro League Season 7 and ESL Pro League Season 8, where they made it to the top 12. They also secured a 7th-8th place at ECS Season 8 in 2019. In 2020, they achieved a remarkable second-place finish at ESL Pro League Season 12: South America. Throughout his career, exit has proven himself as a skilled and dedicated player, contributing to his teams’ achievements and striving for excellence in the competitive CS:GO scene. With his talent and determination, Raphael “exit” Lacerda continues to be a notable figure in the world of esports. Here you can see all the settings of the Raphael “exit” Lacerda player. Download the CFG file of exit directly from our VPEsports website.
-novid -console -tickrate 128 -high +exec autoexec.cfg -d3d9ex -freq 240