MIBR just announced its new CS:GO male and female esports rosters that will compete in 2021. The major part of the male roster came from the Indonesian organization, BOOM Esports.
The Brazilian organization had a hard time recovering from the coach spectating bug scandal in 2020, leading to many players and coaches being placed on the inactive roster. Since MIBR lacked stability for months, introducing completely new 2021 rosters was best for the foundations of a better future.
MIBR CS:GO Rosters
The new male MIBR roster includes Daniel “danoco” Morgado from Bravos and four new players released by BOOM Esports. Ricardo “boltz” Prass, Gustavo “yel” Knittel, Bruno “shz” Martinelli, and Marcelo “chelo” Cespedes will be joining the Brazilian organization. Their coach, Alessandro “Apoka” Marcuccic, also comes from the same team.
Contra todos.@oficialduzz x MIBR.
— MIBR (@mibr) January 15, 2021
In a YouTube video, MIBR also announced its new female roster alongside the male counterpart. Guilherme “walck” Moreno will coach a team comprised of Ana “annaEX” Carolina, Gabriela “Bokor” Bokor, Julia “julih” Gomes, Jessica “FLY” Pellegrini, and Bruna “Bizinha” Marvila.
New Esports Start
Over the last two years, MIBR almost always fell short during title runs. In 2018, they lost to Astralis in both the Esports Championship Series Season 6 Finals and BLAST Pro Series: Istanbul 2018. To make things worse, 2019 was a disappointing year for the Brazilian organization as well. They never made it to the final stage of every event they participated in, losing even more to Astralis and ENCE.
On the other hand, 2020 started great for MIBR with great performances in Flashpoint Season 1 and BLAST Premier: Spring 2020, earning the team over $350 thousand in cash prizes. However, the organization never got back on its feet after the coach spectating bug scandal broke the news. Following this, MIBR had to fill out its roster with temporary replacements for the season.
For 2021, they decided to acquire talents that had success on a lower stage and entrust them with its future. MIBR’s new CS:GO esports roster looks to participate at the BLAST Premier 2021 Spring next month.
Written by Charles FUSTER
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