The 22-year-old will replace Ricardo "boltz" Prass, who has stepped down from the team approximately nine months after being brought into the line-up, originally on loan from Immortals.
In MIBR, the North American will rejoin compatriot Jake "Stewie2K" Yip after playing alongside the youngster for nearly eight months in Cloud9, during which the team most notably won ELEAGUE Major Boston.
The Immortals-owned team will be hoping that tarik's arrival will allow them to overcome a run of poor form that has seen them win just two titles this year, neither of them at a Big Event.
boltz played a key role in the team's victories at EPICENTER, BLAST Pro Series and ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals after being brought in as a replacement for João "felps" Vasconcellos, in October. His performances at those events helped him to secure the 18th spot in our top 20 ranking of 2017.
But the 21-year-old has come under fire for his performances in 2018, in which he has averaged a 1.00 rating on LAN, the lowest among the Brazilian players in the team.
With these changes, MIBR now have:
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