Vincent ‘Brehze’ Cayonte is an American cyber athlete who plays Counter-Strike: Global Offensive on a full time basis. As a young promising talent in North America, Cayonte takes on the responsibility of an entry fragger for his team NRG Esports.
When it is time for lunch or dinner, Vincent prefers to eat a burger with a preference of drinking Coke. In his spare time, Cayonte loves to catch up with tv series that he would have missed or watch a film like Batman or Star Wars. He loves to listen to all types of music but most especially listens to Tupac’s rap songs. To cope with the gaming stress, he likes to play Super Mario with loyal friends.
Where it all began:
Vincent was not into playing sports when he was young so videogames was how he communicated with his friends. The first computer games that Cayonte ever played were Halo 1, Call of Duty and Counter-Strike. In fact, Cayonte would follow the esports competitions with particular interest watching out for PTR learning from his gameplays.
Brehze made his debut in the esports world in 2015, competing in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive for HeLLsGamers, moving on with squads like Obey Alliance, Without a Roof, Team Kaliber and Selfless Gaming. Throughout his time with these units he would be just as good as his opponents, perhaps even better at times. He got noticed by daps once day and added Brehze on steam, in search of new CS players to join his team.
NRG Esports is an American gaming company based in California. It was established in December 2015 by Gerard Kelly and the NBA Sacramento Kings co-owners Andy Miller and Mark Mastrov. The company was formed with a mission in mind to build the best esports team and continue the legacy for the many years to come.
NRG created their CS: GO team in January 2016, signing on the former Method players in time for their first participation in Americas Last Chance Qualifiers – Colombus 2016. The Counter-Strike lineup consists of FugLy, Brehze, AnJ, CeRq and their team captain, daps who will take their gaming skills to a whole new level.
Brehze and his team, NRG have most recently participated in the iBUYPOWER Masters 2017. Losing to Cloud 9 in the group stage of the major tournament, the unit finished in fifth place. Other esports matches that Brehze attended include the ESL Pro League Season 6 – North America, Americas Minor Championship – Boston 2018, DreamHack Denver, the qualifiers of IEM Oakland and the EPICENTER 2017.
Brehze’s highest earnings in his pro gaming career so far was at the premier match, ESL Pro League Season 5 – Finals. Whilst playing for NRG, the squad finished in 12th place, claiming a prize of $32K.
His greatest win of his CS: GO profession was while playing for Selfless Gaming competing at the WESG 2016 Americas Finals. Brehze and his squad won the major title against esports team Subtle with a record 2-1, to claim their reward of $29K.