Roberto Linck (Betu) is a Brazilian native and currently the CEO and major shareholder of Linck Group. Linck Group is a sports, technology, fashion, events and talent management company with headquarters in Miami, FL. Linck Group owns companies such as Miami Dade FC, Ginga Scout, Model Scout ID, Aurora, Linckia, Conttratta, APSL, Moeller Design and Softmovel. Betu is a former MLS football player, but his expertise in the soccer industry extends beyond the field, as his responsibilities also reside in team management, sports marketing, and business development. His most recent venture, Ginga Scout, is a program set out to more clearly connect players with coaches in today's global market. He partners with Brazilian footballers, Roberto Carlos, Emerson Rosa and Fabio Simplicio, and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of business operations. In addition to establishing the company's development strategy, Betu has also taken the lead on fostering its implementation, and represents the company globally. Since moving to the United States in 2002, Betu has attended school in California and played football in both Europe and the United States.
Betu started playing soccer through the youth system of Brazil's Gremio Football Porto Alegrense which schooled Ronaldinho, and then played college soccer in California, professional indoor soccer for the Chicago Storm, and a season with CSM Ramnicu Valcea in Romania prior to signing with MLS in 2010. He made his professional debut for the New England Revolution of the MLS coming on for Khano Smith in the 80th minute in the team's 1-0 victory over DC United on August 8, 2010. On May 20th, 2014 Linck was signed by the Miami Dade FC. Betu made his debut with Miami Dade FC scoring 1 goal on the 83rd minute of the match. He won his first title for Miami Dade FC on July 26th, 2014. In 2015, Linck received the Respira Paz award by United Nations in a match between Miami Dade FC and Uniautonoma. Betu won his first APSL title in 2016, Miami Dade FC won the APSL Regular Season undefeated.