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Gabriel Bacich (born Jan 21, 2005), better known as gBa, is a Brazilian professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player, currently without a team.

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gBa in Sao Paulo, Brazil
Native nameGabriel Bacich
Born (2005-01-21) January 21, 2005 (age 18)
São Paulo, Brazil
🏳️ Nationality Brazil
💼 Occupation
Professional Counter-Strike: Global Offensive player
Height1,83 m
🌐 Website
📷 Instagramgabrielbacich

Early Life[edit]

gBa was born in the city of São Paulo on January 21, 2005. He is of Croatian and Italian descent on his mother's side.

At the age of ten, through his cousin, he had his first contact with the game that would later become professional.

Since then, he liked the game and started training every day, fitting CS: GO into his daily routine, dividing his time between school and the game.


Brazilian professional CS: GO player gBa had his first “team” called Zonia, in which he created and brought together four more friends to play online championships.

gBa called the team Zonia, in honor of Amazonia (Amazon Rainforest, located in Brazil), because at the time (August 2019), there was a massive fire in the forest, and the smoke from the fire could be seen throughout the country.

gBa’s objective was to win championships with big prizes to carry out campaigns to combat deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest.

Zonia won two amateur championships in 2020, and, unfortunately, the players distanced themselves and didn’t participate in any championships again.

From 2021 until November 2022, gBa participated in 1v1 (one-on-one) tournaments on the Challengermode platform.

Currently, gBa is without a team. His focus now is to find a new team to join and compete in tournaments. Meanwhile, he continues to train intensively to improve his skills and prepare for future competitions.


He was on the list of the best 1v1 players in the world on the Challengermode platform, having reached 30th place with over 300 tournaments won.

External links[edit]


  • "Wikidata - Gabriel Bacich".

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