MIBR gave up on six man lineup
MIBR has ended its cooperation with Daniel "danoco" Morgado and thus returned to the concept of a five-player roster. The official press release was published on the club's Twitter.
O @danoco demonstrou interesse em poder encontrar outras oportunidades e fizemos o nosso melhor para que a sua vontade seja realizada! ??— MIBR (@mibr) July 16, 2021
Agradecemos pelo tempo que você esteve com a gente, continuaremos torcendo por você bem de perto! Obrigado!#SomosMIBR pic.twitter.com/AlBtWjPpQ7
According to MIBR strategic coach Renato "nak" Nakano, the team's main goal is to compete in the upcoming majors. Since Valve tournament rules do not allow the use of six members in the lineup, the organization has decided to abandon this system.
danoco has been granted free agent status. He played for MIBR since the beginning of this year, when the organization introduced a new lineup. During this time, the team could not achieve success in major international tournaments and its best achievement was to win the South American RMR-event CBCS Elite League Season 1.
Morgado played his last match for MIBR in late March this year at ESL Pro League Season 13. After the tournament, the club signed Rafael "exit" Lacerda as the sixth player to replace Morgado in the team's starting five.
MIBR's upcoming matches will be part of a regional qualifier for the CBCS Elite League Season 2 majors, which will take place July 21-Aug. 8.