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Non sens BR's buyout
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Brazil candymau 
If MIBR line is filled with former members, this team won't hold TOP5 in 2019. Mark my words. They will bring the same bad addictions that made this same roster start struggling at the end of 2017. This team needs new blood and new perspectives... BR orgs with ridiculous buyouts on their so called 'stars' are literally ruining the career of these kids in a game with such short time of career. Gossip is that they are asking arround the same amount of Stew's buyout. A guy that won a Major and played against tier 1 the whole 2017. Does it make any sense to you?
2018-12-17 03:41
furia asked 200k for kscerato LUL
2018-12-17 03:43
They asked 200k cuz he is a prettygood player. FURIA climbed from Main to MDL in about a year and a half since they just moved to NA andhe was part of the reason. MIBR wanted him pretty bad so the org thought they could throw a price tag on him with it being stupidly high in order to either make a ton of money or shoo off MIBR. 200k was a bit too much for their plan but you gotta respect the business aspect behind it
2018-12-17 04:20
#13
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Brazil NeymarJunior 
+1 They moved to NA mid this year btw, just shows you how much potential they have
2018-12-17 04:24
i understand the thought process behind asking 200k for kscerato but its still a bit too much considering he hasnt really played vs any ''real'' opponents, ended up just ruining the deal and also hurting his career
2018-12-17 04:45
That was my issue with it. I could see 125k at most due to the potential he has shown and overall FURIA has. They just play out of BR qualifiers and lose to domestic giants like Imperial and BR local scene is much different from NA.
2018-12-17 15:22
#28
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Brazil candymau 
you ask 200k for a player that has proven himself internationaly (i.e Stew) not a promise with no international achievement.
2018-12-17 05:29
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2018-12-17 15:22
#36
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Brazil candymau 
my bad, i replied the wrong person
2018-12-17 15:39
#38
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Brazil mkkA 
200k 4 kscerato is a very good price, bcs don't have options.... how much you think cust for team like furia keep himself in NA? selling kscerato to buy another br player, just this will cust minimum 50k for furia if furia lost just 1 tournment bcs change players, 150k just not compense anymore for team.. instead of this, MIBR peak felps bcs of your experience , INTZ make a good movement,pick team for free, selling felps for 200k , bench horvy and take more 2 brazilian star's for the team... kNgV pancc (mb 30,or 50k) xand chelo shz(swap for horvy or smthng like this)
2018-12-17 15:53
#39
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Brazil candymau 
0/8 bait. 200k was stew buyout. If you are trying to say that stew currently worth the same as kascerato, I'm sorry but you are a delusional. One has already proven his worth, the other is just a promise.
2018-12-17 16:23
#40
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Brazil mkkA 
stewie buyout have to be more than 500k 4 sure. taco alone cust almost 300k(support player could speak english, work with any team) zews is one of best coach's of world minimum 200k. swap 2 for stewie, so..... minimum 500k for stewie. i just saying, the price for keep a team in NA is much high, a small org like furia lost one of their star's is just regret all his work like a team so the price is good, instead of him in his function don't have any other player... say one player could work in his function
2018-12-17 16:28
#41
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Brazil candymau 
ok, im done here
2018-12-17 16:47
thats the true definition of achismo
2018-12-17 18:25
#2
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Brazil mrschagas 
NT fanboy. respect Furia and TeamOne
2018-12-17 03:43
#5
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Brazil candymau 
It's not about being a fanboy, kid. I really hope T1 or Furia shines in 2019. Because with this huge buyout, if they don't start playing big leagues, nobody will be crazy enough to risk so much money in a player that was not tested at big tourneys. If these 'potential international stars' are truth. MIBR could even be a international showcase for them. One year in esports is a lot and oportunities are scarce.
2018-12-17 04:02
#11
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Brazil NeymarJunior 
So you want lesser br teams to give one of their most important players to mibr for free and ruin themselves? That’s retarded
2018-12-17 04:26
Are you autistic?
2018-12-17 04:34
its not free, its a pretty huge buyout, and honestly that might come back to bite them. its not a guarantee that trk or ksc will be good players against tier 1 competition, just look at guys like destiny, shz, showtime, yel; at some point each of these players were extremely good and hailed as the next best thing. trk is seriously inconsistent since adding nikom and ksc is not even the best player on his team anymore. i can understand why they don't sell, but its not without risk
2018-12-17 04:49
#27
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Brazil candymau 
+1 you nailed it. Tier 1 buyouts on a player that nobody knows if he will be a tier 1 or not.
2018-12-17 05:24
What are you trying to say bro?
2018-12-17 03:46
#6
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Brazil candymau 
I'm saying that trk, kscerato, vsm, etc have huge potencial but are tied to buyouts of a top international player... BR culture of overhype is awful and bad for the scene
2018-12-17 04:09
correct me if i am wrong, but the guys that you listed are all "star" players in their respective teams, if they joined mibr they would need to change roles to fit w/e mibr needs, its like when felps joined SK, he was the star player of some other brazilian team, then he joined mibr had to change roles and went downhill from there. so i think that the players that you listed would struggle if they joined mibr
2018-12-17 04:18
felps struggled because he had to change his playstyle from hyper aggressive to passive/lurker; trk and ksc are much more passive players, so i don't think it would be that difficult
2018-12-17 04:52
sometimes its even a bad career move for them because you go from being the star player in a team having the team playing around you to goin to a better team but being placed at a shit role, so you won't do much and probably is goin to be the first one to get kicked if things go bad, basically just what happened with felps and stew.
2018-12-17 04:23
#19
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Brazil candymau 
I've got your point. But all I can say is that if the player is good, he will shine even in the most shitty roles. I didn't know Stew besides wining a major before joining sk/mibr. They put him on roles that he was not used to, made him a passive player and yet he kept shining through it. Hes not leaving because he is a bad player. He is leaving because they ( br) blame their comms in english. Stew looks like an improved TACO to me. With better aim and aggressiviness. I woudn't be surprised if he goes to liquid and they start winning tourneys.
2018-12-17 04:43
vsm lul he can't even play valve tournaments.. plus fallen is suspicious about this guy
2018-12-17 04:38
#21
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Brazil candymau 
its a possibility... buy guess what? we will never know if his buyout keeps high af. Nobody is crazy to pay so much for an unknown guy. And one of the reason could be what you have written about him hehe
2018-12-17 04:49
Why any top team would pay even a dollar for this guy when he can't play majors LUL
2018-12-17 05:00
#32
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Brazil Eneas56 
+1, vsm will never go any further than tier 2, all big teams want to go to majors
2018-12-17 06:13
He won’t play in any team outside Brazil for sure. The thing that he can’t play Valve sponsored events it’s a dealbreaker for most teams. It’s super sad he won’t achieve anything with his potential
2018-12-17 18:22
He won’t play in any team outside Brazil for sure. The thing that he can’t play Valve sponsored events it’s a dealbreaker for most teams. It’s super sad he won’t achieve anything with his potential
2018-12-17 18:22
It's a business, get over it.
2018-12-17 03:46
#7
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Brazil Mibr_eztop1 
you have no ideia what happen behind the scenes so shut up and eat your words in the future
2018-12-17 04:16
#14
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Brazil Nimenz 
All that miBR needs is to bring Elige.
2018-12-17 04:26
#15
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Brazil thiagoblind 
I cant believe i find a guy who thinks like me. I mean, of course I know that the orgs want to make some profit and shit like that, thats okay. What isnt okay is putting a huge amount of money for a guy and expect someone to buy him out of his contract. I was really cheering for kscerato joining mibr but after all those news about his buyout price i got upset. I would not want to see felps on the roster again and I can say i would prefer to see fnx drinking everyday and playing than him.
2018-12-17 04:29
#24
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Brazil candymau 
People see 'fan of MIBR' and think that I'm crying about my favorite team failed deals.... It has NOTHING to do with MIBR's success but the brazilian international scene. I like to cheer to br scene as a whole. It doesn't matter if it will be MIBR/FURIA/INTZ or whatever... This kind of buyouts only hurt our scene.
2018-12-17 04:58
#29
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Brazil thiagoblind 
I couldnt agree more. I was really excited when I read about kscerato coming in but now... felps again? Oh dear
2018-12-17 06:04
trk's is $900,000 apparently, well rip to his career if he's in a long contract
2018-12-17 04:31
#26
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Brazil candymau 
yep... now tell me what org would buyout a player that was not tested against top teams but has a price of a tier 1 player??? No BR org can handle that much money and he is still an unknown on international scene. His only option is a miraculous run from T1 or wait some years (wasting his potencial) that could be too late. I would bet in a guy like Refresh than anyone of the names I've mencioned.
2018-12-17 05:17
#30
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Poland swstk 
$900,000 for trk? Is the CEO of T1 gone insane?
2018-12-17 06:07
#33
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Brazil Eneas56 
He always does that, if I'm not mistaken when fnx got kicked from sk, they wanted a guy from t1 and they had to desist cause of this shit mindset
2018-12-17 06:19
#31
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Macau Bent0 
ALL OF THE YOUNG BR PLAYER HAS POTENTIAL BUT THEIR ORG IS RETARDED unluko
2018-12-17 06:09
never heard of furia and I watch csgo esport pretty often so this is about their quality and chance to be top
2018-12-17 15:48
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