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Coldzera Responds to Recent MiBR-exit Rumors

Published: 11/Jul/2018 13:18 Updated: 26/Jul/2018 12:06

by Ross Deason


Marcelo ‘coldzera’ David has told the CS:GO community to “stay calm” after recent reports linked him with a move away from Made in Brazil (MiBR).

Coldzera, one of the best CS:GO players of all time, only joined SK Gaming along with Gabriel ‘FalleN’ Toledo, Fernando ‘fer’ Alvarenga, Ricardo ‘boltz’ Prass, and Jake ‘Stewie2K’ Yip a month ago, but has been rumored to be on the verge of another transfer.


On July 9, reported that internal relationships within the MiBR camp had reached boiling point and that coldzera was considering leaving the team after the FACEIT London Major in September, but the 23 year-old Brazilian has assured his followers on Twitter that he’s going nowhere.

In a Tweet that has been translated by Reddit user _Xerts, the flexible player is reported to have said:


“Ugh! I took a plane, two submarines, ran for 10 hours, and I still had to swim to get to California! I’m looking at everything that everyone is saying about [me leaving MiBR] and I don’t understand! I’m still in MIBR 😊”

The two-time Major Champion added: 

“I’m going to stay in Mibr, stay calm 😁”

The rumors surrounding coldzera’s future with MiBR surfaced just days after the team’s disappointing 7th-8th place finish at ESL One: Cologne 2018.

Coldzera, FalleN, fer, Stewie2K, and boltz had been struggling in their latter days with the German organization SK Gaming, but were expected to return to form at MiBR, a historical Counter-Strike brand from the early 2000s that was revived by Immortals specifically for coldzera and his team-mates. 


However, they didn’t get off to a good start in their first tournament, losing to FaZe Clan and BIG at the $300,000 event in Germany.

MiBR has also been heavily linked with Cloud9’s Tarik ‘tarik’ Celik. According to reports from DBLTAP, the North American player could be on the brink of replacing Ricardo ‘boltz’ Prass on the starting roster.


How GeT_RiGHT became CSGO’s first God

Published: 9/Oct/2020 1:58 Updated: 9/Oct/2020 2:02

by Alan Bernal


Counter-Strike: Global Offensive legend Christopher ‘GeT_RiGhT’ Alesund became the first god of the game by dazzling a generation of players, propelling the game’s meta by years, and leaving a historic mark not to be outdone anytime soon.

Since 2010, before CS:GO ever hit the market, GeT_RiGhT was already terrorizing teams in 1.6 with fellow Swede Patrik ‘f0rest’ Lindberg. Since their early 20s, the duo would rampage through events during their stints at Fnatic and SK Gaming.


If his career would have stopped in the 1.6 servers, his name would have still carried weight through the esports annals -but then, Global Offensive came out in 2012, where he would ascend to even greater heights of notoriety.

From the start, GeT_RiGhT would prove to be an instrumental force to reshape the Counter-Strike meta, specializing in dangerous lurks that would tilt opponents or catch them off guard.


It was risky, but so was his modus operandi. When early CS:GO pros would perfect their taps for long-range kills, he would hold Mouse1 to mow down entire teams with pinpoint recoil mastery.

He would soon be known for his multi-kills from a distance, without the need for consecutive fires, instead electing for choice bullet accuracy to push his team forward.

The #1 player in the world in 2013 and 2014, GeT_RiGhT, and the rest of the reformed Ninjas in Pyjamas that included Adam ‘Friberg,’ Robin ‘Fifflaren’ Johansson, Forest, and Richard ‘Xizt’ Landström would create an astounding 87-0 map win run.


GeT_RiGhT would go on to have an illustrious career filled with trophies, titles, and glory, becoming the first god of CS:GO along the way.