“Some people may prefer to leave to play in their native language, which isn’t my case,” coldzera said. The 25-year-old was very clear that he doesn’t plan to play for a Brazilian team in the near future, despite the wishes of some fans. When MIBR decided to bench fer and TACO in September, which led to FalleN benching himself, the Brazilian community instantly asked for a “Last Dance,” a reference to Netflix’s documentary series about Michael Jordan’s last year with the Chicago Bulls that was released this year.
“It’s a project that would bring a lot of media attention, but I still want to play CS:GO to win tournaments,” coldzera said. He, FalleN, TACO, fer, and Lincoln “fnx” Lau were the best team in the world in 2016 and won back-to-back CS:GO Majors. But for coldzera, the past remains in the past. “Some organizations grabbed the opportunity to create hype with the ‘Last Dance,’ but I think the players wouldn’t play to win matches, but to have fun instead.”