Daniel "Novys" Novy, Jaime "Cyb3r" Ramos, Matheus "pX" Freire, Luca "MKing" Coser and Jose "Bullet1" Victor will be playing under the new name for the rest of Season 10 of the R6 Pro League after the move by Immortals, the parent company of MiBR.
The team is second from the bottom of the standings from being unable to win a single match, with three draws and four losses so far. Along with the players being transferred, MiBR have added coach Guilherme "Guile" Scalfi to try improve their standings. In Season 9, Immortals managed to finish second in Latin America and attended the Season 9 Finals, falling to Evil Geniuses in the Quarterfinals 0-2.
With the Season halfway through and currently in a break, the Six Major Raleigh taking place next week will be the debut of the team in MiBR colours. In Group A alongside Team Empire, the reigning champions from
Season 9 Finals, Japanese roster PET Nora-Rengo and TSM, winners of the Six Major North America, MiBR's chances of making the playoffs depend on them finding form they have lacked as of late.
MiBR's CS:GO players Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo and Epitacio "TACO" de Melo were present during the introduction of the R6 players to the organisation.
The CS:GO team has faced struggles of their own, with poor results and the benching of star player Marcelo "Coldzera" David following internal issues. Coach Wilton "zews" Prado stood in for the team at BLAST Pro Series: Los Angeles and IEM Chicago, but no replacement for the best player in the world in 2016 and 2017 has been confirmed yet. Controversial AWPer
Vito "kNgV-" Giuseppe has been tipped to join, but with a roster-locked Counter-Strike Major just around the corner, MiBR will have to endure the event with zews instead of a star player, old or new.