With Gaules and Ronaldo two people come together who are considered stars in their own extremely different areas. Alexandre “Gaules” Borba is a Twitch streamer with more than three million followers, best known as a former Counterstrike professional player and coach. Ronaldo, on the other hand, whose full name is actually Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima, is a world-famous retired football professional.

Despite the different backgrounds, the dissimilar duo now wants one Podcast start. This is probably due to the fact that the former soccer star Ronaldo himself recently started streaming on Twitch and regularly shows off his skills there in the shooter Call of Duty: Warzone.

This is the most important information about the upcoming podcast from Ronaldo and Gaules

The podcast is said to be under the name PODCAST PHENOMENA run, the latter is Portuguese and means something like “phenomena”. The name comes from the Brazilian background of the two, among other things, as well as the fact that Ronaldo is known in his home country as Ronaldo Fenômeno, which is what he is legendary football career owes.

The podcast should be launched in January 2022. At the moment there are only plans ten episodes, but if the two’s show turns out to be as successful as they expect, fans can certainly look forward to more episodes. What the content is about has not yet been hinted at, but Gaules and Ronaldo probably want to reveal more in the first episode.

In addition, are already several appearances by other celebrity guests planned, the well-known soccer player is the first to give himself up Neymar the honor. For the third episode, they have also invited Tiago Leifert, a Brazilian journalist and TV presenter. As soon as the podcast starts, you will be listening to it on the Twitch channels from Gaules and Ronaldo.

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