MIBR set sights on trk
The Brazilian player has been earmarked as a potential replacement for Ignacio "meyern" Meyer, whose time in MIBR's starting lineup appears to be coming to an end just six months into his tenure with the team.
meyern has endured a frustrating time with MIBR, struggling to replicate the form that saw him impress so highly while playing for Sharks. He has averaged a 0.97 rating since joining the team, with criticism mounting after the runner-up finish in Flashpoint 1, in which Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo's troops let a 12-1 lead slip on the last map of the final.
trk, 24, burst onto the global scene in 2018 after he helped TeamOne to a surprising semi-final run at the WESG Finals, where they beat ELEAGUE Major Boston champions Cloud9 in the first round of the playoffs.
He and teammate Pedro "Maluk3" Campos attracted interest from Immortals at the end of the year, but a move failed to materialise as the North American organisation, which now owns MIBR, baulked at TeamOne's asking price.
MIBR's decision to replace a player will come at the cost of 20 percent of the 950 RMR Points that the team amassed by placing 7th-8th in ESL One: Road to Rio. The Brazilians had already lost 40 percent of the 300 points that they had won at the StarLadder Major after keeping just three-fifths of the roster that competed in Berlin - Wilton "zews" Prado acted as a stand-in at the event, while Lucas "LUCAS1" Teles was released by the organisation before the end of the year.