Top 20 osu! Brazilian Players of 2019 Honorable mentions Mendigo, formerly known as Sanjilift, was a player with many accomplishments in the year of 2019, both in his tourney performance, going so far as participating in OWC, as well as his solo play,
with his highlights being done mostly in loved maps, showing off great skills both in aim and in high bpm bursts and streams. Scores like R U Still xxxx?, Preserved Valkyria and Bad Boy’s missa show the extent of his skill and his immense talent. For that and more, Sanjilift deserves the ranking of 5th best Brazilian player of 2019. Mistya with a Y (at the end), known by most people as Niii-san (Nisan); this dude is mentally ill. You give him an HD map that’s AR8, or overall dense as fuck, or modern as fuck, dude FCs it. You give him a DT map that’s almost 300BPM? Dude FCs it singletapping. Something with (a fuckton of) bursts? Dude FCs it. Even HR maps, he says he’s horrible at HR, in OWC he turns into Brazil’s best HR player, dude FCs it. He’s so good. If he’s already good this year, imagine next year. Jesus Christ man, Niii-san is so good. Fucking unreal. How many players are able to play almost all the mods the game offers? Be it nomod, HR, DT, HD, and even less mainstream mods like EZ and FL? Well, behold My Angelsim, an extremely versatile player that not only plays all mods in the game, but also thrives in the various styles of mapping too, be it jump maps, stream maps, alt maps, techy maps or even reading challenges. Currently being the owner of the highest pp play in Brazil with 720pp on Taeyang’s Remote Control, My Angelsim was able to reach the second place on the Brazilian leaderboard rankings. It’s also notable that he’s one of the highest playcount / hours users not only in Brazil, but also in the world, and it’s with this grinding and dedication that he was able to reach his skill level today. And for next year, it’s very exciting to imagine how far he can go. If 2019 was already a great year for My Angelsim, 2020 will definitely be even better. In second place – MouseEasy. Without a doubt, one of the best players in Brazil. Even while not being active last year, he shows up in 2019 firing on all cylinders. The player, besides having an incredible OWC performance with an average of 845k points each map, also showed us that he’s not rusty when playing farm maps. He proved this by getting the number one rank on the country leaderboards in less than two months, doing a whopping 26 600pp scores, as well as two 700s. MouseEasy has a lot of skill in speed and reading maps, as well as being a very good tech player. Overall, we can say he’s one of the most well-rounded players this country’s seen. Without a doubt, 2019 was a great osu! year for MouseEasy. Besides all of that, he was also able to grow his livestreams a lot, getting a sizeable number of average viewers on Twitch. Look forward to seeing MouseEasy’s 2020. Ruff, now known as Mystia, is Brazil’s best player for 2019. He’s known for his well-rounded skillset and his style of pushing himself to the limit, which makes him get ahead in skill, compared to the other Brazilian players. This year was no different for Mystia. Even when not trying to climb the ranks and instead looking for a different way of showing off his skills, he was able to show his high level with plays such as Breach HDDT, Intersect Thunderbolt HDHR, and even Izayoi Sakura HDHR. Mystia is always one step ahead of other Brazilian players, and we should always shine a special light on him, regardless of the situation.