Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo is a true legend and godfather of Brazilian Counter-Strike, having represented his country internationally since 2009 at the highest level. Held back by lack of funding in the Brazilian scene in CS:GO’s early years, FalleN has worked to help fund other Latin American teams’ dreams of building professional careers. He is widely known as one of the world’s best in-game leaders and fastest snipers, and has two Major championships, numerous international tournament wins, and plenty of individual accolades to show for it.
Fernando “fer” Alvarenga is a veteran of the Counter-Strike scene and plays as MIBR’s entry fragger. Fer is 28 years old and has been active in the CS:GO scene since 2011. One of the most technically skilled players in the game, fer is known for his ambition, dedication, and passion. After collecting an impressive array of first place finishes and trophies, he is now looking to continue his legacy with MIBR.
Having first joined the core of MIBR in November 2015, Epitacio “TACO” de Melo was part of 2016’s two Major championships and eight international tournament wins of 2017. TACO spent most of 2018 playing for Team Liquid, but is now back representing his country in the all-Brazilian MIBR roster to put his country back on top of the Counter-Strike world. In-game TACO is considered one of the best role players, often setting up his teammates for success at the cost of individual glory, but with the trophy cabinet to show for it.
Vito “kNg” Giuseppe is a CS veteran, he even got to play against FalleN on 1.6!
After some troubled times in his career, he is now back to the big stages to show everybody why they should “put his photo on their wall”!
Ignacio “meyern” Meyer is the youngest member of the family. At 17 he's coming with hype and excitement to help us reach the top once again!
Wilton “zews” Prado was the team’s coach in 2016 when they shocked the Counter-Strike world and won two Majors in a row, cementing their place among the all-time greats. Following a short tenure as a player under the Immortals brand, zews spent the last two years as the Coach of Team Liquid. One of the most successful coaches in Counter-Strike’s history, zews now teams up again with the flagship team of his native Brazil, ready to help bring more championships to his country and to ensure MIBR goes down as one of the all-time greats.