g3x becomes mibr
Last week, the CGS drafts started in Europa and Latin America. Both g3x and mibr attended the draft, but one only could get picked. The Sinistro team, representing Rio de Janeiro, picked mibr, which means that the former Counter-Strike 1.6 stars such as cogu and nak, will be playing CS:Source for now.
Since mibr will no longer have a Counter-Strike 1.6 team, they choose to pick up the g3x team. Meaning they will play with the mibr tag from now on. The team will be attending World Cyber Games next week. g3x won the qualifier, but with the switch to mibr, the qualification spot follows the gamers. The team to represent mibr from now will be:
Alexandre "gAuLeS" BochiSome might ask why we find bit in this lineup. Due to that fact that he's only 17 years of age, he cannot play in the CGS and thus remains in the 1.6 team.
Norberto "Lance" Lage
Wellington "ton" Caruso
Thiago "btt" dos Santos
Lincoln "fnx" Lau
Bruno "bit" Lima
mibr are in Group F at the World Cyber Games. The group consists of the following teams:
SimpleX (Macedonia)The group might seem doable for mibr, despite from the fact they are in group with fnatic. But eSTRO could make it difficult for mibr. The two teams face deach other, at e-Stars in Seoul, where eSTRO came out on top. This sure will be an exciting group to follow.
The team will face changes again after the World Cyber Games, as the player Lima will join the team. Who will have to leave the team, still remains unknown.