e-Sports | MIBR and Cloud9 talk about tarik transfer, according to rumors
The American organization Immortals is in discussions with the Cloud9 about the player tarik joining Made in Brasil to replace Ricardo “boltz” Prass, according to several sources, via dbltap. s explained that MiBR is disorganized after its elimination over the weekend at ESL One Cologne.
Less than two weeks ago, players who were from SK Gaming moved to Made in Brazil (owned by Immortals). The relationship between players and SK Gaming has become tense towards the end of their contracts, with players having to find their own bootcamp locations on several occasions. In addition, DBLTAP reported that SK Gaming signed the current No Tem Como list for an agreement that depends on qualifying for the London Major, which did not happen.
If tarik joins MiBR, he will join ex-Cloud9 teammate Stewie2k as the second American player in the squad. This move would leave Cloud9 and MiBR without the possibility of making a list after the London Major at the end of September because of Valve’s rule that at least three of the five players on the Counter-Strike Major team must remain from the previous one. .
MiBR representatives declined to comment.