Former MiBR CSGO star Fernando ‘fer’ Alvarenga has taken to social media to confirm that nobody was injured after images of his damaged car surfaced online.
The Brazilian Counter-Strike star was reportedly involved in a road traffic accident on November 6, nearly destroying one of his prized possessions in the process.
It is not clear what caused the accident but the player’s Instagram and Twitter posts state, fortunately, everyone involved escaped unharmed. The only casualty of the unfortunate event appears to the car.
“Nobody got hurt,” read Fer’s IG story.
Fer confirmed he was safe on Instagram after his car was crashed.
Moving to Twitter, the 28-year old thanked everyone for “messages of concern” before saying it was time to bring the “[BMW] Z4 out of the garage.”
Fer also commented on people that wished him ill on social media. “It is quite scary how many people hope for the disgrace of others. Instead of envying the other, use motivation to conquer your things,” he added on Twitter.
F Uber Celta 🥵
Brincadeiras à parte, obrigado pelas mensagens de preocupação! Ninguém se machucou que é o que importa. E bem material nois corre atrás!
There is more CSGO on the horizon, with Intel Extreme Masters Beijing-Haidian 2020 starting on November 6, pitting together the best teams in North America and Europe for a spot in the IEM Global Challenge.
Two regional tournaments will take place and both promise to deliver some great Counter-Strike, Europe is looking to provide the majority of the top-quality gameplay while North America will provide a really interesting look at new teams and their up-and-coming talent.
The prize pools that teams will be looking to take home are $150,000 (EU) and $70.000 (NA) with the winners securing a spot for the IEM Global Challenge.
IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 stream
All games will be streamed on ESL’s Twitch account. There will be only one match playing at any time so it will be easy to keep up with.
IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Europe preview
The European branch is hosting the continent’s elite teams with the Heroic, Vitality, and Astralis looking like the favorites but we cannot ignore the potential challenge from OG and a NiKo-powered G2 Esports; especially after the great form showed at last Premier: Fall Series, with both teams topping their respective groups.
BIG and the Complexity juggernaut will also be at the event, with both teams having proved their capacity to win tournaments in the online era.
The top teams from earlier in the year will also attend the event with Fnatic, NaVi, and Mousesports looking to regain form and consistency.
FaZe Clan will also be attending, with the international roster not yet announcing a replacement for Olof ‘olofmeister’ Kajbjer, it is likely that the former world number one will remain with the team.
NIP, Spirit, North, ENCE, and MAD Lions complete the European line-up.
The 16 teams have been divided into two, double-elimination groups with every match being a best-of-three set. The top four teams from each group will then advance into playoffs and the now traditional BO5 final.
IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Europe Group A
IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 Europe Group B
IEM Beijing-Haidian 2020 North America preview
The two teams to watch out for in NA are obviously Evil Geniuses and Team Liquid. With Furia and MiBr currently residing in Europe, it is up to the two NA giants to conquers this event.
Chaos Esports Club, Triumph, Team One, and New England Whalers have upset opponents in the past meaning we should be keeping an eye out for them to take a map or two off the big teams.