FalleN⁠ decided to leave MIBR

MIBR player Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo asked the management to exclude him from the main team. He stated this after the organization's decision to part ways with Fernando "fer" Alvarenga, Epitacio "TACO" de Melo and coach Ricardo "dead" Singhaglia.

The 29-year-old Brazilian does not intend to continue his career at MIBR and took a pause to think about his future.

Just over two years ago, we presented in Sao Paulo the new line-up of MIBR, formed to continue the history of the group that one day formed as LG/SK.

Between ups and downs, mistakes and hits, the results achieved were not as desired by me, the current group or other players who have integrated our team during this period.
As a team we fight, we persist, we dedicate ourselves. At times there was little missing and at other times there was much missing; together we tried to win glories.

At this moment, more than ever, I need to be faithful to my values and heart to close this chapter of this beautiful story and, with regard to the fans who never left us, I communicate my insatisfaction with MIBR in front of the decision to completely overhaul the line-up I chose to play for. We enter as a team and as a team we will leave, as we follow day after day side by side, motivated by the real passion for playing. Every morning, we wake up imbued with the mission of overcoming ourselves and seeking to be better.

My entire career and relationship with the twist has been guided by the absolute transparency of my actions. It wouldn't be at fault now.

I'm not satisfied with the recent decision. Last weeks have been tough and challenging and that is why I'm asking to leave the active roster while I think on my next steps.
This time will be necessary to find my essence and return the peace I need to decide my path, while I accomplish my contractual obligations.

The only thing I'm sure is this isn't where the game ends for me.

I am convinced that everything I have learned during this time, everything I believe, has made me strong enough to accept the new challenges imposed by this moment, however difficult it may seem. In esport, as in life, there are no guarantees, only challenges. And only by giving ourselves to them we will find out how far we can get.

I leave here my immense thanks to the MIBR for having believed in our team, for the opportunities and investments made. To the teammates and other players who played with us, my respect and thanks for the days of learning we had together. And, with great pride, I also thank the Brazilian fans who built this story with us. It is the love of the fans that inspires me and makes me believe that the best is yet to come.

With my arms open I look for the next chapters,
Until the next game!

MIBR has assured that the new players will be introduced in the next few weeks. The closest tournament for the team will be the North American RMR event IEM New York 2020. Recall that the Brazilians have been fined for all rating points after their coach was found to be using the coaching bug at ESL One Road to Rio and cs_summit 6.