Epitácio “TACO” de Melo, Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe, and Alencar “trk” Rossato’s time with MIBR’s CS: GO team has officially concerned an end.

TACO announced on Twitter today that he had actually “left” his contract with MIBR and said he’s ready to sign with a brand-new organization.

Just an hour prior to that, kNgV- released a prolonged TwitLonger post detailing the ups and downs of his brief time with MIBR before exposing at the end that he’s not signing a new contract with the group. While he stays under his current agreement, he’s been moved to the bench.

Trk likewise revealed that he’s leaving the team today. With that, there are no longer any players on MIBR’s active roster.

TACO joined MIBR at the tail end of 2018 in a trade that sent out Jake “Stewie2K” Yip to Group Liquid, reuniting TACO with his Brazilian teammates from their dominant days playing under Luminosity and SK Gaming. The reunited group made the semifinals of the IEM Katowice Major in 2019 however had a hard time to string together outstanding outcomes throughout 2019 and 2020.

In September 2020, MIBR’s coach Ricardo “dead” Sinigaglia got a six-month ban for his participation in the spectator bug scandal. In the wake of that ban, he was moved to the bench, as were TACO, Fernando “fer” Alvarenga, and captain Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo.

Following those relocations, MIBR acquired Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles, Leonardo “leo_drk” Oliveira (on loan), and Vinicius “v$m” Moreira (on loan) to play with kNgV- and trk for the rest of 2020. Now, all of those gamers have been launched or transferred to the team’s bench.

KNgV- and trk have both verified their involvement with a brand-new six-player job alongside LUCAS1, Henrique “HEN1” Teles (who was transferred to FURIA’s bench earlier today), coach Raphael “cogu” Camargo, and two other players who are still to be determined. FalleN will reportedly sign up with Liquid, however that hasn’t been formally announced yet.