zews steps down from MiBR coach position
MIBR announced that their breakup with CS:GO coach Wilton "zews" Prado. According to team captain Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo, at the moment they are not looking for a new specialist, as his duties have been taken over by manager Ricardo "dead" Sinigaglia.
Hoje nos despedimos do nosso irmão @zews , de coach a player, obrigado por tudo o que fez pelo time!— MIBR (@mibr) March 26, 2020
Today we say goodbye to our brother @zews , from coach to player, thank you for everything you did for the team!#SomosMIBR
zews was part of the Luminosity team that won two majors in 2016: ESL One Cologne and MLG Major Championship Columbus. After that, he left to train Liquid for a short time, but already in December 2018 returned to the Brazilian team under the auspices of MIBR. Since then, the best achievements of his team were 3-4 places in IEM Katowice 2019 and CS:GO Asia Championship 2019.
"The problems that I discovered are harder, more complex and deeper than they seem at first sight. Their solution is also complex, requiring significant changes in teams' composition. I don't want to make excuses and take the blame. At the same time, I need to analyze what happened in order to draw conclusions and continue to develop. My goal now is to devote myself to my favorite cause and continue to speak at a high level. I will stay in the U.S. due to the global crisis and COVID-19 and analyze my career options," he said.
The next match for MIBR will take place on March 27th within the North American division of ESL Pro League S11, where their rival will be Liquid.