Thorin: "Fallen has done more to harm Brazilian Counter-Strike in the last 2.5 years than help"
eSports analyst Duncan "Thorin" Shields criticized former MIBR captain Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo and the workers of the lighting studios of the tournaments, which speak about the Brazilian in rapturous colors, despite the lack of results. Shields could not remember a single player who would avoid criticism in such a situation.
FalleN is another member of CS:GO royalty where talent refuse to talk about who he is in 2020 and keep giving you the 2017 narratives in the hope he found a fountain of youth or time machine.— Thorin (@Thorin) September 15, 2020
I could make a strong case he has done more to harm Brazilian Counter-Strike in the last 2.5 years than help. Yet you're still here to do his PR work for him— Thorin (@Thorin) September 15, 2020
MIBR players have spent the last month on a boot camp in Europe, where they have failed at all the tournaments in which they participated in. This led the organization to decide to part ways with Epitacio "TACO" de Melo, Fernando "fer" Alvarenga and coach Ricardo "dead" Sinigaglia.
FalleN resisted this situation and asked the management to bench him. The Brazilian sniper does not intend to continue his career at MIBR.