Oliveira Bueno da Silva Wiki
Oliveira Bueno da Silva, 19, a talented professional video game player, from Sao Paulo, Brazil. A student actor allegedly stabbed her opponent to death by stabbing the ‘Call of Duty’ star before uploading the horrible video of the victim’s bloody body on social media.
Oliveira Bueno da Silva Murder, Investigation
18-year-old Guilherme Alves Costa was arrested after the death of 19-year-old Ingrid Oliveira Bueno da Silva, a talented professional video game actor in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The two had played on rival teams in the game ‘Call of Duty: Mobile’, and after contacting them last month, it appears that they went home to participate in a joint competition.
Alves Costa was known as the victim ‘Sol’, a player for ‘FBI E-Sports’ while playing online under the nickname ‘Flashlight’ for the ‘Gamers Elite’ team. Local reports suggest that the accused attacker left a comprehensive note explaining why he committed the crime, complaining that he was tired of life, had no purpose, and did not get along with people.
Other players raised the alarm after Alves Costa posted a video of the victim’s bloody body on WhatsApp, with a laughing sound.
It looks like in the gruesome clip posted after the murder, “You think it’s inked or edited or something, but it’s not.
“I really killed him, understand? I have a book too. I asked some people to share it. I hope you read it. It contains some facts.”
Alves Costa is said to have escaped the scene, but the police were called when his brother came home and found the bloody young woman he did not know lying unconscious on the floor.
It was also reported that he called his family to say he would commit suicide.
His brother allegedly spoke to him later and encouraged him to turn himself in to the police, and he did so. Alves Costa asked why he attacked the victim after he was arrested: “I wanted to do it.
And is he told the police that the victim “crossed his path” and had been plotting the crime for two weeks?
Sources say he wrote a 52-page book to explain why he was being studied by detectives.
The research continues. A Gamers Elite spokesperson told local media that the team’s leadership had never met the suspect and team members were shocked by Alves Costa’s actions.
The game world is currently in a transition period and millions of people are currently competing on mobile phones.
This has helped expand the market beyond the image of young men sitting at home at the computer, The Times reports.
Companies are now actively looking for more female players, both as growth opportunities and to counter a masculine culture. Kenzie Gordon of the University of Alberta told the newspaper: “Attitudes that support violence against women are very common in game culture.
“Female players in e-sports are still backing down against many resistance and have to work hard to be recognized as legitimate professionals in this field.