Made in Brazil announce the addition of Felps.
The Made in Brazil CS: GO roster has unveiled the latest addition to their Counter-Strike team. They will add João “felps” Vasconcellos to their CS: GO roster. This addition brings back one of their former lineups as Felps has played with the existing players in the past. He will be replacing Tarik on the MiBr roster. After announcing a mixed INternational team for their organization, MiBr has been unable to make an impact in the previous year.
Um prazer jogar com o @felperaa mais uma vez. Que 2019 seja nosso ano!
— Epitácio de Melo (@TACOCS) January 12, 2019
They brought in former Cloud9 members in the form of Stewie2k and Tarik, but without any noticeable results, they decided to make further changes. This meant the addition of Ynk to their roster as a coach. While they did show some improvements in their playstyle, the lack of results was quite evident in the total playstyle.
E com isso queria dar as boas vindas a meu novo filho @felperaa! Sei que vamos representar demais esse ano e correr atrás dos nossos sonhos e dar orgulho a todos! Você é a peça ideal pra nós, tenha ctz disso! ❤️ Welcome home!
— Wilton Prado 'zews' (@zews) January 12, 2019
Made in Brazil will be seen with the new player first at the IEM Katowice Major. The Major takes place in February and is touted to be one of the best events till date. They have brought back Zews to their team as the coach. After a successful stint with Team liquid, Wilton “zews” Prado and Epitácio “TACO” de Melo have joined Made in Brazil. We hope to see this team rise to the top of the scene once more.
INTZ sign Destiny and yeL.
[CSGO] ESTAMOS PRONTOS!
Bem-vindos, @LG_yeL e @destinyyfps
— INTZ #INTZSPACE (@INTZ) January 12, 2019
Felps’ former team INTZ has now also announced two new players to their team. They have announced the addition of Destiny and yeL to their CS: GO roster. Horvy moves to the bench and the team will don a new playstyle and look for 2019.
The two players have some chemistry having played together on Luminosity Gaming. With these changes the roster for INTZ esports is as follows:
- Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe
- Marcelo “chelo” Cespedes
- Alexandre “xand” Zizi
- Lucas “destiny” Bullo
- Gustavo “yeL” Knittel
- Alessandro “Apoka” Marcucci (coach)