CS:GO by Sasha October 15, 2020 606

MIBR Looks for Three Players as They Prepare for BLAST Premier Fall Kickoff

The Made in Brazil (MIBR) esports organization is looking to get three players before embarking on the upcoming tournaments. The organization is programmed to play at the BLAST Premier Fall at the end of October. Being one of the founding members of Flashpoint, the team is also expected to kick off its second season on November 6, 2020. The MIBR plans to travel to Europe to play the BLAST Premier Fall against North American teams and other European Union teams until the year ends.

The Brazilian team is said to be targeting temporary players. However, most of the targeted players are already engaged with other plans considering they also have games to play for their respective teams. Yet, the MIBR can bring in permanent players. But the management is prioritizing a short term contract with temporary players to end the year and make long term 2021 plans.

The MIBR has already made several inquiries on players willing to join them and is waiting for answers before October 17, 2020. The CS: GO Brazilian team currently has two players in its line, which makes their need for temporary players even bigger. This is following the organization’s removal of Fernando Alvarenga (fer) and Epitacio de Melo (TACO). The team also asked its in-game leader, FalleN, to step down following the disagreement with roster change in September.

It’s Been Wavy for the Made in Brazil

FalleN was quick to step down, considering he disagreed with the Brazilian organization’s decision to drop fer, one of the team’s most experienced players. In his Twit Longer post, falleN said that he was not satisfied with the team’s decision and that it was a difficult week that made him want to leave the group and think about his next steps.

The two players were kicked off the team following their lousy performance during the last ESL One Cologne event. The decision to let the two go was based on their disastrous performance, even when playing against lower-tier teams.

What’s more, the Made in Brazil team has consistently ranked poorly since July 2019, adding salt to the already wounded scar.

falleN, fer and TACO has propelled the MIBR to top rankings since 2015. The three have won several games, including the 1MLG Colombus and the ESL One Cologne in 2016.

Only two players are remaining, the Vito Giuseppe (kNgV) and Alencar Rossato (trk), on the active line-up. The team also lacks a manager and head coach after it parted ways with Ricardo Sinigaglia. This occurred after the manager was caught exploiting a coach spectating a bug during the Schroet Kommando (SK Gaming) game with the MIBR. The coach was banned for 6.2 months from Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) events, starting on September 1, 2020.oThe Made in Brazil (MIBR) esports organization is looking to get three players before embarking on the upcoming tournaments. The organization is programmed to play at the BLAST Premier Fall at the end of October. Being one of the founding members of Flashpoint, the team is also expected to kick off its second season on November 6, 2020. The MIBR plans to travel to Europe to play the BLAST Premier Fall against North American teams and other European Union teams until the year ends.

The Brazilian team is said to be targeting temporary players. However, most of the targeted players are already engaged with other plans considering they also have games to play for their respective teams. Yet, the MIBR can bring in permanent players. But the management is prioritizing a short term contract with temporary players to end the year and make long term 2021 plans.

The MIBR has already made several inquiries on players willing to join them and is waiting for answers before October 17, 2020. The CS: GO Brazilian team currently has two players in its line, which makes their need for temporary players even bigger. This is following the organization’s removal of Fernando Alvarenga (fer) and Epitacio de Melo (TACO). The team also asked its in-game leader, FalleN, to step down following the disagreement with roster change in September.

It’s Been Wavy for the Made in Brazil

FalleN was quick to step down, considering he disagreed with the Brazilian organization’s decision to drop fer, one of the team’s most experienced players. In his Twit Longer post, falleN said that he was not satisfied with the team’s decision and that it was a difficult week that made him want to leave the group and think about his next steps.

The two players were kicked off from othe team following their lousy performance during the last ESL One Cologne event. The decision to let the two go was based on their disastrous performance, even when playing against lower-tier teams.

What’s more, the Made in Brazil team has consistently ranked poorly since July 2019, adding salt to the already wounded scar.

falleN, fer and TACO has propelled the MIBR to top rankings since 2015. The three have won several games, including the 1MLG Colombus and the ESL One Cologne in 2016.

Only two players are remaining, the Vito Giuseppe (kNgV) and Alencar Rossato (trk), on the active line-up. The team also lacks a manager and head coach after it parted ways with Ricardo Sinigaglia. This occured after the manager was caught exploiting a coach spectating a bug during the Schroet Kommando (SK Gaming) game with the MIBR. The coach was banned for 6.2 months from Esports Integrity Commission (ESIC) events, starting on September 1, 2020.

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