MIBR has announced this Friday that they will be entering 2021 with a strong investment in CS:GO, revamping their male roster and adding a brand-new female squad to the organisation.
MIBR’s new male roster will comprise of the ex-BOOM team, with Gustavo ‘yel’ Knittel, Ricardo ‘boltz’ Prass, Marcelo ‘chelo’ Cespedes and Bruno ‘shz’ Martinelli being joined by Daniel ‘danoco’ Morgado, which was last seen representing the Sharks for Gamers Club Masters VI.
The former BOOM coach, Alessandro ‘Apoka’ Marcucci, will also be making the switch to this new project. Joining him as part of the staff will be the recently reformed player Renato ‘nak’ Nakano, which will take over the role of strategic coach.
João ‘felps’ Vasconcellos is the only player from the former BOOM roster that won’t be making the transition, as the player will probably link up with the roster built by ex-MIBR coach Ricardo ‘dead’ Sinigaglia and headlined by ex-MIBR player Epitacio ‘TACO’ De Melo, with the project reportedly involved in advanced talks with GODSENT.
MIBR was left without an active roster after Vito ‘kNgV’ Giuseppe and Alencar ‘trk’ Rossatto were moved to the bench, under the intention of joining the four members that represented MIBR for the latter part of last year.
The organisation’s parent company, Immortals Gaming Club, also invested in a female roster. This will be the first time an all-women roster represents MIBR since the disbandment of their female division in 2010.
Similar to the male roster, this will be an all Brazilian team, headlined by Bruna ‘bizinha’ Marvila and Jessica ‘fly’ Pelligrini, which have played in the past for local organisations such as INTZ and Pain.
Ana ‘annaEX’ Dias, Gabriela ‘bokor’ Bokor and Julia ‘julih’ Gomes will complete the roster, which will be coached by Guilherme ‘walck’ Moreno.
The debut for both of these squads should be happening next month: the male roster will compete for BLAST Premier Spring Groups 2021, while the female squad will be taking on the Grrrls League.