MiBR to extend past CS:GO with brand-new team

Alan Bernal

Made in Brazil (Rainbow Six: Siege esports team.

A part of the larger Immortals Gaming Club, MiBR already fields a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team that boasts the talents of legendary players like Gabriel ‘FalleN’ Toledo, and Fernando ‘fer’ Alvarenga.

With thousands of fans tuning in to watch the CS:GO squad when they play, MiBR is hoping their new team will provide the same level of hype and allure for their incredibly passionate fan base.

MiBR TwitterMiBR is moving into the R6 landscape.

In an August 3 announcement, the MiBR top brass along with their CS:GO representative in FalleN and Epitácio ‘TACO’ de Melo had the honor of introducing a new lineup that will soon play under the MiBR banner.

“Welcome to the MiBR family ‘MIBR R6’” the announcement said.

MiBR welcomes the R6 team from sister-org Immortals to their brand which consists of Jaime ‘Cyb3r’ Ramos, Daniel ‘Novys’ Novy, José ‘Bullet1’ Victor, Lucca ‘MKing’ Coser, and Matheus ‘pX’ Freire.

The team was announced and presented at the Encontro das Lendas community event hosted by MiBR, with all R6 members present wearing the black and white sweatshirts repping the MiBR tag.

This will be only the second team that is currently signed under the popular Brazilian org, which could be a signal that MiBR will be looking for more promising rosters to add.

ImmortalsThe R6 squad have been playing with each other for a while, and will give MiBR a great squad out of the gates.

Speaking of what the signing means to him, MKing had high praises for MiBR as he and his longtime teammates will boast the iconic name from here on out.

“I am very happy and very optimistic to start representing a legendary name like MiBR within Rainbow 6: Siege,” Mking told ESPN Brazil. “It will be a great experience. A team worshiped by all communities joining the growing Rainbow Six every day. I look forward to representing this team, I hope to bring good results and happiness to our fans.”

The MiBR R6 squad will make their debut in the year’s second biggest event for the esport during the Six Major Raleigh 2019 event on August 12.

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Alan is a former staff writer for Dexerto based in Southern California who covered esports, internet culture, and the broader games/streaming industry. He is a CSUF Alum with a B.A. in Journalism. He's reported on sports medicine, emerging technology, and local community issues. Got a tip or want to talk?