pANcada – Age, Height, Net Worth, Family Status and Complete Biography
Bryan “pANcada” Luna is a Brazilian Valorant player who currently holds the 70th rank in the highest earnings among Brazilian players and the 1822nd rank in the highest overall earnings. Initially a competitive Crossfire player, pANcada entered the Valorant scene by joining the popular Brazilian esports organization, LOUD, as a Controller. However, it wasn’t good luck only for pANcada but also for LOUD because they won their first VCT Champions Tour Istanbul.
pANcada continued to prove his gaming prowess in several other tournaments and made a name for himself among the best Controllers and successful players in the world.
|Real Name||Bryan Luna|
|Gaming Name / Nickname||pANcada|
|Birthday||October 31, 1999 (Age: 23 Years)|
pANcada kicked off his esports gaming journey as a Crossfire player in 2016. After spending a brief period with Crossfire, he took a break and resigned. In 2020, pANcada made a transmission to Valorant, making his debut with TERROR.NET.
Within his three-year Valorant career span, this Brazilian player made switches to different teams. For example:
|TERROR.NET||1/7/2020 – 13/9/2020|
|B4 Esports||13/9/2020 – 14/4/2020|
|Stars Horizon||3/7/2021 – 15/12/2021|
|LOUD||3/2/2022 – NA|
|Sentinels||October 2022 – Present|
Interestingly, pANcada rose to fame and recognition after joining the highly popular Brazilian esports organization, LOUD, in 2022. This Brazilian player became the winner of the VCT Champions Tour Istanbul. Apart from earning the winner’s title of the tournament, pANcada made his team the ever first South American organization to win a world championship.
Following this achievement, THESPIKE named pANcada the MVP of the VCT Championship. This Valorant player continued to prove his unbeatable prowess in many competitive Valorant tournaments. He became the two-time champion of the VCT Challengers Brazil and the runner-up in the 2020 VCT: Stage 1 Masters Reykjavik.
Since October 2022, pANcada has been playing for the famous Los Angeles-based esports organization, Sentinels as a remarkable smokes player.
This year, he finished 3rd in the Ludwig x Tarik Invitational and 17th to 32nd place in the 2023 VCT: LOCK//IN Sao Paulo.
What is the pANcada’s Net Worth?
pANcada’s net worth is estimated to be $149,122.48.
How Much Does the pANcada Earn?
In the highest earnings among Brazilian players, pANcada is said to rank #70 and #1823 in the highest overall earnings.
Within 18 years of age, pANcada earned $442.39 in prize money from a single tournament. The highest cash prize that he earned was $60,000 by becoming the champion of the 2022 VCT Champions.
Cash prizes from 16 tournaments helped pANcada reach the $100,000 milestone in 2022, just after winning the Valorant Champions.
Apart from tournament winnings, Sayaplayer is expected to earn a considerable amount from subscriptions, advertisements, Twitch streams, sponsorships, and other sources.
There’s no information on whether or not pANcada streams regularly following a specific schedule.
Some of the top achievements of pANcada include:
- 2022 Valorant Champions (1st place) – $60,000
- 2019 CFS Grand Finals (2nd place) – $40,000
- 2022 VCT: Stage 1 Masters Reykjavik (2nd place) – $24,000
- 2018 CFS Grand Finals – $8,000
- 2022 VCT: Brazil Stage 1 Challengers (1st place) – $4,216
- 2022 VCT: Brazil Stage 2 Challengers (1st place) – $3,814
- 2022 VCT: Stage 2 Masters Copenhagen – $2,000
- 2022 Twitch Rivals: Valorant Launch Showdown (1st place) – $1,150
- 2023 Ludwig x Tarik Invitational (3rd place) – $1,000
- 2023 VCT: LOCK//IN Sao Paulo – $1,000
Some trivial facts about Sayaplayer include the following:
- pANcade began playing esports as a Crossfire player in 2016.
- He switched to Valorant in 2020 and started playing for TERROR.NET.
- He made his first achievement as a LOUD player by winning the VCT Champions Tour Istanbul.
- LOUD became the first AA organization to win a world championship.
- pANcade earned the moniker “MVP of VCT Champions Istanbul.
- He is a two-time champion of VCT Challengers Brazil.