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Personally I would go for basic Ubuntu, but any flavour will do the job. So choose the one you like the most.
1. You can install Steam from the software center and do not need to install wine for it. Many games like Counter Strike : Global Offensive etc work natively on Linux. 2. Otherwise, you can install open source FPS like Assault Cube using the Terminal. sudo apt-get install assaultcube 3. You can also run windows games using PlayOnLinux. To install - ...
There are two ways to accomplish this: Play it online from your browser (on angrybird.com for example) or via the chrome store. Buy and download the Windows game here and install via wine as stated here
I only get 40-55 FPS on very high settings So turn the settings down. You're doing this through Wine. League of Legends is uses Direct3D. Microsoft has not made DirectX available natively for Linux so Wine has to translate all those Direct3D calls into OpenGL... And that takes time. One thing that might be an idea is switching to a CSMT-patched build ...
When you add a Portuguese keyboard layout it automatically makes these characters for you. The fact that your keyboard doesn't have a Portuguese layout is not a problem.Only you have to remember which character stands for which. Click on the language icon on the right top corner and you can add Portuguese layout.
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