Made in Brazil (MIBR)
MIBR (Made in Brazil) is a pro esports organization focusing on Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) and Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege. Here’s what you need to know about MIBR, including their history, the current player rosters, and random acts about them!
MIBR was a member of the G7 Teams, a global association of professional esports teams. On March 1, 2003, the organization was founded in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, when Paulo Vellosso wanted to invest in his son’s dream. Although MIBR was initially dissolved in 2012, the organization announced a return in 2015, going back to active play years later in 2018 till today.
In January 2018, MIBR was bought by Immortals, where they reformed the roster of MIBR with core members in the same year, including those in the Luminosity Gaming and SK Gaming roster that won the MLG Columbus Major and ESL One Cologne in 2016. In 2019, Immortals’ Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege roster lineup was transferred to MIBR.
In 2020, CS: GO coach Ricardo “dead” Sinigaglia got banned from all notable tournaments for abusing a bug that gave him an advantage over competing teams as a coach. Later in this same year, “dead,” “Fer,” and “TACO” were removed by MIBR due to poor results in the previous months. Simultaneously, Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo announced his self-benching from the active MIBR.
Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe also said he disagreed with removing some of the past coaches, leaving only “kNgV”- and “Trk” remaining on the active lineup, the newest members.
Here’s a brief timeline of the MIBR:
- January 8 – Paulo Velloso, the founder, confirms talks with Immortals and hands over the MIBR brand.
- June 7 – The organization announces its return to the professional gaming world.
- June 23 – MIBR got the roster of SK Gaming.
- August 1 – The organization signs “YNk” as the CS: GO Masc team’s coach.
- December 21 – MIBR and Team Liquid traded “Stewie2K” for “TACO” and “Zews,” having “YNk” benched.
- January 1 – Coach YNk’s contract with MIBR expires.
- September 5 – The organization acquires “kNgV- “from INTZ eSports.
- September 12 – “LUCAS1” transfers to MIBR permanently as Luminosity Gaming releases their team.
- October 1 – “Felps” returns to the team bench after ex-Luminosity Gaming disbands.
- December 11 – MIBR replaces “LUCAS1” with “Meyern” from Sharks Esports.
- March 25 – MIBR parts ways with “Zews,” with “dead” taking over the coaching role.
- May 19 – The organization replaces “Meyern” with “Trk” from Team One, with “Meyern” getting benched.
- June 28 – “Meyern” parts away with MIBR as 9z Team acquires him.
- August 6 – BOOM Esports acquires “Felps.”
- August 31 – MIBR suspends coach “dead” pending an investigation following his tournament bans, specifically ESL and DreamHack.
- September 13 – MIBR benches the three coaches.
- October 21 – The organization signs “Cogu” as the team’s coach and manager.
- October 23 – MIBR signs “LUCAS1” and acquires “leo_drk” and “v$m” on loan.
- October 28 – Coach “dead” is released from the organization.
- January 1 – “Cogu,” “LUCAS1,” “v$m” and, “leo_drk” leave MIBR as their contracts expire.
- January 8 – “TACO’s” contract expires, and he leaves the team.
- January 9 – “FalleN” gets acquired by Team Liquid.
- January 14 – MIBR signs “Nak” as the CS: GO team’s strategic coach and content creator.
- January 15 – MIBR signs “Danoco” while acquiring the roster of BOOM Esports.
- March 30 – MIBR signs ” Exit” from Sharks Esports.
- May 1 – “kNgV- ” and “Trk” leave MIBR.
- June 16 – “Danoco” part ways with MIBR.
MIBR Current Line-Up
CS: Go Masc Team
Here are the current CS: GO Masc team members in 2021:
Ricardo “Boltz” Prass
Ricardo plays as the rifler support and entry fragger, working as a professional player from 2014 to the present day. He was ranked the 18th best player of 2017 for CSGO by HLTV. Plus, he was the 3rd best player in the whole of Brazil in 2020 by DRAFT5.
Gustavo “yel” Knittel
Gustavo plays as the In-game leader and AWPER. He’s been playing professionally from 2007 to the present. He was nominated 2nd in the “The Best National Revelation of 2015.” Meanwhile, DRAFT5 ranked him as the 5th best player for CS: GO in Brazil in 2020.
Bruno “shz” Martinelli
Bruno plays as the rifler, working as a professional player from 2016 to the present day. DRAFT5 rated him in the top 10 best players in Brazil for three consecutive years. He ranked 4th in 2018, 10th in 2019, and 6th in 2020.
Marcelo “chelo” Cespedes
Marcelo plays as the rifler, specifically the entry fragger, playing in the professional setting from 2015 to the present. He was crowned the MVP of CBCS Elite League Season 1 and ranked the 2nd best player in Brazil in 2020.
Renato “nak” Nakano
Renato is one of the coaches for MIBR. He played professionally from 2004 to 2021 and has been coaching since 2015.
Alessandro “apoka” Marcucci
Alessandro acts as both the manager and coach for MIBR, where he has been coaching pro players since 2001.
CS: GO Fem
Here are the current CS: GO Fem team members in 2021:
Bruna “bizinha” Marvila
Bruna plays as the in-game leader and rifler or entry fragger, and she has been professionally playing since 2011.
Jéssica “fly” Pelegrini
Jéssica plays as a rifler or entry fragger, where she’s been playing professionally since 2013.
Julia “julih” Gomes
Julia plays as an AWPer and rifler or support. She’s been playing professionally since 2017.
Ana “annaEX” Carolina
Ana plays as a rifler, acting as the entry fragger and support. She’s been playing professionally since 2017.
Guilherme “Walck” Moreno
Guilherme is the coach for the CS: Go Fem team. He’s been a professional player between 2009 to 2017. After retiring as a player, Guilherme began coaching in 2017.
Trivia About MIBR
- The latest MIBR lineup includes Boltz, yeL, shz, exit, and chelo.
- Over the last month, among six matches, the team won 5 and climbed 42 positions.
- MIBR’s current win streak is one win in a row.
- MIBR ranked number 48 in the CQ-Esports CS: GO Ranking, boasting a CQ.Score of 1625.
- The team’s last ten matches win rate is 60.00 %.
- Since the beginning of 2021, the CS: GO team has played 47 games.
- The latest MIBR game occurred at a CBCS tournament on August 8, 2021. MIBR defeated the Paquetá with a score of 0:2.
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