Made in Brazil (MIBR)

Made in Brazil (MIBR)

MIBR (Madein Brazil) is a professional esports team that specializes in esports. Counter-Strike: Global Offensive (CS: GO) Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege. Here’s what you need to know about MIBR: their history, current participant rosters and random acts.


MIBR was a member of the G7 Groups, a world affiliation {of professional} esports groups. The group was established in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) on March 1, 2003. Paulo Vellosso had a dream to fund his son’s education. The group was originally disbanded in 2012. However, they made a comeback in 2015. In 2015, the group went back to energetic play many years later, in 2018, until it was immediately.

Immortals bought MIBR in January 2018, where they reformed its roster, including core members from Luminosity Gaming (SK Gaming) and Luminosity Gaming (MLG Columbus Main) in 2016. In 2019, Immortals’ Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege roster lineup was transferred to MIBR.

Ricardo Sinigaglia (CS:GO) was banned from 2020 tournaments after he abused a bug that allowed him to give bonuses over the other coaches. Later on this identical yr, “lifeless,” “Fer,” and “TACO” had been eliminated by MIBR because of poor ends in the earlier months. Gabriel “FalleN,” Toledo began his self-benching at the energetic MIBR.

Vito “kNgV -” Giuseppe stated that he did not agree with the elimination of some coaches and left only “kNgV – and “Trk – on the energetic lineup, which is the most recent members.


Here is a quick timeline about the MIBR. 


  • January 8 Paulo Velloso confirms talks to Immortals. He also offers arms for the MIBR model. 
  • June 7 – The group announces its return to skilled gaming. 
  • June 23 SK Gaming’s roster was added to MIBR. 
  • August 1, – The group indicators are “YNk” as the CS GO Masc workforce’s coach. 
  • December 21 MIBR Workforce Liquid exchanged “Stewie2K”, for “TACO” or “Zews”, having “YNk” benched. 


  • January 1 – Coach YNk’s contract expires with MIBR. 
  • September 5, – The group purchases “kNgV+” from INTZ eSports. 
  • September 12 – “LUCAS1” is transferred to MIBR as Luminosity Gaming frees their workforce.
  • October 1 “Felps” is back on the workforce bench following ex-Luminosity Gaming’s dissolution. 
  • December 11, – MIBR replaces LUCAS1 by “Meyern”, from Sharks Esports. 


  • March 25 – MIBR elements methods using “Zews,” and “lifeless” as the teaching position.
  • Might 19 – “Meyern”, “Trk” and “Meyern,” are replaced by the group from Workforce One. “Meyern” is now benched. 
  • June 28 MIBR acquires “Meyern”, which removes the “Meyern” elements.
  • August 6 BOOM Esports buys “Felps” 
  • August 31 MIBR suspends “lifeless” coach in the midst of an investigation into his bans at DreamHack and ESL events. 
  • September 13 – Three coaches with MIBR benches 
  • October 21 – The group indicators “Cogu”, which refers to the worker’s coach or supervisor. 
  • October 23 – MIBR indicators “LUCAS1”, acquires “leo_drk”, “v$m” mortgage.
  • October 28 The group launches Coach “lifeless” 


  • January 1 – “Cogu,” LUCAS1, and “v$m”, as their contracts expire, go MIBR. 
  • January 8 – “TACO’s” contract expires. He leaves the workforce. 
  • January 9 Workforce Liquid will acquire the “FalleN” trademark.
  • January 14 – MIBR indicators “Nak”, the CS: GO workforce’s strategic coach, and content material creator 
  • January 15MIBR Indicators “Danoco”, while buying the roster for BOOM Esports. 
  • March 30 Sharks Esports: MIBR indicators “Exit”.
  • Might 1MIBR removes kNgV ” and kTrk 
  • June 16 – Half methods for MIBR “Danoco”. 

MIBR Presents Line-Up

CS: Go Masc Workforce

Below are the current CS: GO Masc workers in 2021.

Ricardo “Boltz” Prass

Ricardo serves as the rifler assistance and entry fragger. From 2014 until today, he is a highly-skilled participant. He was ranked 18th best participant in CSGO 2017 by HLTV. He was also ranked the 18th best participant of 2017 for CSGO by HLTV. 

Gustavo “yel” Knittel

Gustavo is the In-game chief, and AWPER. From 2007 to the present, Gustavo has been playing professionally. He was nominated 2nd in the “The Finest Nationwide Revelation of 2015” category. DRAFT5 ranked his as the fifth-best participant in CS: GO Brazil 2020. 

Bruno “shz” Martinelli

Bruno serves as the rifler. He has been an experienced participant since 2016. DRAFT5 has ranked him among the top 10 best gamers in Brazil for three consecutive years. He was 4th in 2018, 10th in 2019 and 6th in 2020. 

Marcelo “chelo” Cespedes

Marcelo is a rifler, especially an entry fragger. He has been playing in the skilled setting since 2015. He was voted MVP of CBCS Elite League Season 1 as well as the 2nd best participant in Brazil for 2020. 

Renato “nak” Nakano

Renato is a coach for MIBR. He has been a professional actor from 2004 to 2021. 

Alessandro “apoka” Marcucci

Alessandro is both the coach and the supervisor for MIBR. He has been instructing professional gamers since 2001. 

CS: GO Fem

Below are the current CS: GO Fem workforce members for 2021. 

Bruna “bizinha” Marvila

Bruna is the in-game chief, rifler, or entry fragger and has been participating professionally since 2011.

Jéssica “fly” Pelegrini

Jéssica performs as a rifler or entry fragger, the place she’s been taking part in professionally since 2013. 

Julia “julih” Gomes

Julia is an AWPer, rifler or assistant. Since 2017, she has been participating professionally in AWPer and rifler/assist. 

Ana “annaEX” Carolina

Ana plays the role of a rifler. She appears as an entry fragger and help. She has been competing professionally since 2017. 

Guilherme “Walck” Moreno

Guilherme is the coach of the CS Go Fem workforce. Between 2009 and 2017, he was an experienced participant. Guilherme, who had retired as a participant, began teaching in 2017.

Trivia about MIBR

  • Boltz is Boltz and yeL are the most recent MIBR members.
  • The workforce saw a rise of 5 and 42 positions over the past month.
  • MIBR’s current win streak includes one consecutive win.
  • MIBR was ranked 48 in the CQ Esports CS GO Rating. It boasted a CQ.Rating 1625.
  • The final ten matches won by the workforce are worth 60.00%.
  • The CS: GO workforce performed 47 videogames since 2021.
  • The most recent MIBR recreation took place at a CBCS tournament on August 8, 2021. MIBR defeated the Paquetá with a rating of 0:2.