- On 20th August Chaos EC posted a meme against MIBR on Twitter.
- The meme sparked off a bitter exchange of words between the two teams, steel and TACO also got involved.
- While steel made fun of MIBR's earlier performance against them, TACO called Chaos EC 'insignificant'.
Popular Brazilian CS:GO team MIBR and North American organization Chaos Esports Club were once again seen exchanging words on Twitter after weeks of silence following the cheating accusation incident, which had taken place in late June at the cs_summit 6 Online: North America.
MIBR And Chaos Exchange Blows On Twitter
On 20th August Chaos EC had shared a meme in which they had made fun of MIBR, mocking the current state of their team by pointing out their early days of glory through a photo of MIBR’s famous trophy cabinet.
MIBR did not take the joke lightly as they struck back at the organization by calling out their in-game leader Joshua "steel" Nissan for his involvement in the infamous ‘North American match-fixing scandal’.
After this statement from MIBR, steel himself got involved personally as he came forth to make the following statement,
“Pay your players $150k per month to lose the major qualifier to a 16-year-old MDL player and a coach KKKKKKKK. Unlucky.”
By this statement, steel was making fun of the fact that despite MIBR paying their player’s such high salaries they lost to them in the upper bracket of cs_summit 6 Online: North America. Where Chaos EC was playing with their coach Matthew “mCe” Elmore in place of steel who is banned from all Valve-associated events.
TACO And Chaos Engage In An Argument
While no further arguments took place yesterday, earlier today once again fuel was added to the dying fire by Epitácio "TACO" de Melo who Tweeted that he would be talking about the whole situation regarding Chaos EC on Friday at ‘Globo reporter’.
Chaos EC replied saying that it does not look good for a player to act “Salty over a joke.” To which TACO once again responded explaining that something is not a joke if it disrespects him, his teammates, his organization, and their history. The argument finally came to an end with Chaos EC stating that we only made a joke and that the only disrespect coming is from the MIBR fans.
It has been more than a month since the argument between the two organizations first started with Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo and Alexandre "Gaules" Borba accusing a few members of Chaos EC for cheating. The blatant accusations which turned out to be false had a huge impact on the accused players as they received a lot of death threats and were forced to lock their social media accounts temporarily.
The whole incident created a lot of noise which resulted in the Brazilian community facing a huge backlash for their unreasonable aggression towards the accused without there being any proof of them actually cheating. Though Gaules apologized for his actions the issue has still not completely resolved as is evident from the above engagement.