MIBR is a legendary name in Counter-Strike history, revived by the management behind Immortals. The core lineup of fer, coldzera and FalleN won the first BLAST Pro Series in Copenhagen with fer who, together with felps, found their way back to the team. MIBR has experimented with different international rosters but ultimately ended up with an all-Brazilian squad again. They now seek to reignite the dominance they showed in 2016 and 2017 where they won the majority of tournaments
Coach: Wilton “zews” Prado
6 points | 7 wins | 15 losses | 3 tie | 1 final
The Godfather of Brazilian CS:GO. The AWP and in-game-leader of the team and a true role model to many. FalleN has been a constant candidate for best player in the world, coming #2 in 2016 only to his teammate coldzera and #6 in 2017. Always delivering when it matters the most while also having the great ability to set up his star teammates.
fer has no fear, and it is not uncommon to see him plow down three opponents without them even realising what’s going on. His elusive and aggressive playstyle combined with his strong aim and an incredible understanding of when to take fights makes him one of the very best in the world at what he does.
The best. Coming from seemingly out of nowhere, coldzera hit the scene like a hurricane in mid to late 2015 and quickly showed everyone why the team picked him out of all the talent available in Brazil. Ranked as the best player in the world in 2 years in a row, he can do it all and again and again, making highlight plays like it was nothing.
Epitácio de Melo Pessoa Filho
After spending some time in other top teams in 2018, TACO has returned to his Brazilian teammates with whom he dominated the better parts of 2016 and 2017 with. During his already long career under the leadership of FalleN, TACO has been a solid anchor and has helped the team win countless tournaments as a versatile entry fragger and Support player.