MIBR fans have been waiting for news about the CS:GO division for almost three weeks. There have been no official messages from the organization yet, but rumors may help in discovering the shape of the new composition. Reports from the Brazilian site CSLive say that MIBR has made big steps towards bringing Eduardo “dumau” Wolkmer. But this is only a fraction of the information contained in the article.
Barely sixteen-year-old Yeah Gaming player is considered one of the greatest talents on the Latin scene and promises to have a huge career. It is no wonder then that dumau was supposed to capture the interest of MIBR, which reportedly concluded an oral transfer agreement with him and his employer. Despite this, it is not 100% certain that Wolkmer will be in the rebuilt team.
His fate largely depends on the decisions of Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo, Vito “kNg” Giuseppe and Alencar “trk” Rossato to stay in the team, and the club’s own plans. And this one is not to be limited to any solution, including the creation of an international line-up. It is worth noting that, according to the author of the text, Rafael Ferreira, the formation hired a foreign coach who was to agree to remove Fernando “fer” Alvarenga and Epitácio “TACO” de Melo.
The future of the three remaining players is still in question. All three did not hide their disapproval of the changes imposed by the management, with FalleN going the furthest, and a few hours after the announcement of the reshuffle, he asked to be moved to the bench. The sniper reportedly received several offers from Europe, but rejected all of them.
The 29-year-old is said to be waiting for more offers, although he is to be persuaded by MIBR to lead the new team at the same time. As for trk and kNg, both are expected to be part of the next project, but Rossato is more likely to do so. If, however, the organization chose an international model, Giuseppe and Rossato would not be included in it due to difficulties in communicating in English.
So it looks like the MIBR board is now playing a long game of chess with their players. The club must carefully observe the players’ moves and take them into account when planning its own moves.