MIBR MIBR Brazil Rank #7 have added the former Keyd Stars Keyd Stars Brazil Rank #5 core of Olavo "heat" Marcelo, Matheus "RgLMeister" Rodigoli, and Murillo "murizzz" Tuchtenhagen as well as former Rise Gaming Rise Gaming Brazil Rank #11 player André "TxoziN" Saidel as a sixth man. Current world champion coach Matheus "bzkA" Tarasconi has joined to helm the team as head coach.
João "jzz" Pedro is the only remaining member of the original MIBR roster that formed at the start of 2022 with him as the star duelist. Despite the distinction as the first team to ever take a map from the emergent LOUD LOUD Brazil Rank #1 roster, MIBR twice fell one match short of qualifying to the Stage 1 main stage.
After qualifying for Stage 2, MIBR brought in Leandro "frz" Gomes from Sharks Esports Sharks Esports Inactive . This immediately led to a triumph over the vaunted Keyd Stars “superteam” en route to a playoff berth. MIBR faltered in the playoffs, but both frz and jzz posted top-ten K:Ds for the event. Since then, MIBR have taken second place in the Gamers Club - Elite Cup with both frz and jzz posting top-ten K:Ds again.
heat and murizzz have played together since Stage 3 in 2021 where they qualified to Masters 3: Berlin with Keyd Stars. In 2022, they put together a good run in Stage 1 before falling a single map short of a qualification match for Masters 1 against Ninjas In Pyjamas Ninjas In Pyjamas Brazil Rank #4 .
RgLMeister was added to the Keyd Stars roster for Stage 2. He was previously the IGL and star controller for an upstart INGAMING Esports INGAMING Esports Inactive team. The addition did not change their fates as they once again lost to NIP by one map in the exact same position as before. Keyd Stars most recently played in the SA LCQ where they finished at a disappointing fourth place.
New coach bzkA helped frz and Team Vikings Team Vikings Inactive to several international appearances in 2021, but he is most famous for coaching the LOUD roster that dominated Brazil in 2022 and just won the world championship. He mutually parted ways with LOUD in the offseason.
As a partnered organization, the new MIBR will compete in the Americas League in 2023. Barring as-of-yet unannounced appearances in off-season tournaments, the roster will debut in Brazil for the Kickoff Tournament in February.