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CS:GO • Aug 05, 2019

CS:GO: Coldzera vents his frustrations with MIBR after fan event

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CS:GO: Coldzera vents his frustrations with MIBR after fan event
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive pro Marcelo ‘coldzera’ David revealed his frustrations with MiBR following a fan event in São Paulo.

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Coldzera is one of the best Brazilian  players in the world and has played a key part in the MiBR squad’s rise to fame ever since he joined the team in 2015, when they were playing for Luminosity Gaming. In July 2019, the player announced his wish to step down from the squad.

Since then, he has been removed from the active lineup, but remains a part of the MiBR organization. From August 3-4 MiBR hosted an event in São Paulo, where fans could meet the team, watch them play, and hear the latest news from the Brazilian team.

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Coldzera was a part of the Brazilian CS:GO squad since its Luminosity Gaming days in 2015.

The Brazilian star was invited to attend the event, but claims, via an Instagram post, that while there he “wasn’t invited onto the stage” where the rest of the team spoke to fans and introduced MiBR’s new Rainbow Six Siege squad.

He also added: “I only got a 30-minute space to sign your guy's stuff and I know it wasn’t enough to all of you. Unfortunately, it was the only thing they let me do" and seemed disappointed with how the organization treated him and likely would have wanted to do more at the event.

Coldzera took to Instagram to make clear what had happened.

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Since his departure from the squad in July, the Brazilian has been linked to a few top teams, but, it is likely the player won't be going anywhere as he still has two years remaining on his contract, and his buyout is reportedly "double the amount anyone has ever paid for a player in Counter-Strike player".

It’s possible that his role at the event was limited due to his request to leave the MiBR CS:GO team, but the reason behind it is unknown as the organization has yet to make a statement about his claims.

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