The renewed MIBR lineup is impressing everyone around the world as they put up a strong fight against both Astralis and G2 Esports while also managing to defeat their Brazilian counterparts FURIA at BLAST Premier: Fall 2020 Regular Season.
The most recognized and respected Brazilian esports organization MIBR were on a decline with their previous lineup for quite a long time before the management finally stepped in to take a really hard decision of letting go of the team’s core consisting of Fernando "fer" Alvarenga, Epitacio "TACO" de Melo, and the most iconic esports personality from the region Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo.
Now stepping back with a new lineup MIBR was uncertain how the boys would perform together against some of the best teams in the world and surprisingly the team has gone above and beyond to show how strong they really are, solidifying their position as a team to watch out for in upcoming tournaments.
MIBR’s Hyped Celebration Goes Viral
The overtime victory against G2 Esports on Dust 2 meant a lot to MIBR, as they gave it their all to take the three-game do-or-die series down to the last map on Train.
As soon as they won the map Leonardo “leo_drk” Oliveira who is currently on loan with MIBR from Sharks Esports jumped around in celebration as he literally kicked a chair and then flipped it over out of sheer joy of having levelled the series. This has got to be the most hyped celebration that the CS:GO community has come across since the online phase started.
And if this wasn’t enough shortly afterwards Alencar “trk” Rossato shared a video where his family can be seen celebrating MIBR’s win on Dust 2 with even more hype and enthusiasm. They jumped around the room in joy while shouting out loud in excitement, supporting the boys and sharing the same feelings as them.
Brazilians are some of the most passionate players and their fans are even more dedicated when it comes to supporting a local team, especially if it is MIBR. They might have lost the series against G2 Esports but they surely won a lot of hearts and most importantly reclaimed some of the respect that the organization had lost in the past few years.