It’s in their DNA: ScreaM and Nivera

Sports are more fun when you choose it as a profession with the people you like. We always hear the term “family” for big organizations, including players and their fans. Also players refer to each other as “brothers” as a show of respect as if they were real brothers. But what if you are a real family from the same house?

Here we are with the Benrlitom family and the success of two brothers in esports.

Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom

Adil "ScreaM" Benrlitom started his career with Counter-Strike: Source in 2010 with eLogic. They performed well in EPS France and his skills started to show itself. 1 years later he joined the French team 3DMAX.

When CS:GO came out, he created a team with his former teammate Richard "shox" Papillon and experienced player Steeve "Ozstrik3r" Flavigni. Firstly named Epsilon, the team changed its name two times more with Millenium and finally Imaginary Gaming in 2012.

In 2013, ScreaM joined the VeryGames. His first amazing performance  started when his team won against by 2-0 in ESL Major Series One - Summer 2013. This success followed by another win in ESL Major Series One - Fall 2013, against Ninjas in Pyjamas.

Joining DreamHack Winter 2013, he and his team completed the tournament as 3rd-4th and won $22,000.

ScreaM’s performance was realized by other teams and Team Kinguin decided to recruit him. This is how ScreaM joined Team Kinguin and they won Gaming Paradise 2015 against Natus Vincere. His prime time was about to start when he joined G2 Esports.

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His first success was ESL Pro League Season 3 - Finals. G2 Esports lost against Luminosity Gaming, won $90,000 and proved their strong roster.

Matching in the Grand Final against Luminosity Gaming once again, ScreaM did his best in the Esports Championship Series Season 1 - Finals and that time they won the tournament with winning $250,000.

His career was on a big rise since they were nearly always on the final stages of big tournaments. He joined StarLadder i-League StarSeries Season 2 and Northern Arena 2016 - Montreal Finals but they had just enough with being on the last stage.

ScreaM left G2 Esports in 2017 and joined Team Envy. The team did not perform well like ScreaM’s former teams so they completed ESL Pro League Season 5 - Finals in 5th-6th place.

ScreaM’s last achievement in his CS:GO career was winning DreamHack Open Atlanta 2017 with Team Envy. He retired in 2020 and started his new career on VALORANT.

Nabil "Nivera" Benrlitom

The younger brother of ScreaM, Nabil "Nivera" Benrlitom started his professional career with CS:GO in 2019. His first success in the professional area was Cyber.Bet Cup. As a part of Team Heretics, they won the tournament against Movistar Riders.

His achievements with Team Heretics continued when they won ESL Championnat National Summer 2020. After showing his performance to the biggest teams of CS:GO, he transferred to Team Vitality.

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Firstly, his team won the BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season and this continued by another win of Intel Extreme Masters XV - Beijing Online: Europe. In Total, the team won $85,000 from these tournaments.

There is no doubt that the most memorable moment in his career was the winning of BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 against one of the best teams of CS:GO, Astralis. His last achievement with both Team Vitalty and CS:GO ended when he completed BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020 in 3rd place.

Meeting on VALORANT

Benrlitom brothers met for the first time in their professional career on Team Liquid as they started to continue their career with VALORANT. They are showing a well performance on every tournament they joined and they even won Red Bull Home Ground #2 against Acend.

They also participated in VALORANT Champions 2021 but this time they lost to the future winner Acend.

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