MIBR finally has a full CS: GO roster once again, bringing in three substitute players as the organization prepares to compete in the BLAST Premier fall series and Flashpoint season two. The team has made a deal with one of its former players, Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles, to return to the roster until the end of 2020 after spending the last few months with Imperial e-Sports. He previously played for MIBR from June to December 2019. Likewise, MIBR acquired Sharks Esports rifleman Leonardo “leo_drunky” Oliveira and DETONA Gaming rifle Vinicius “v $ m” Moreira on long term loans from their respective organizations. . Both join a team that has struggled this year. After suspending ‘dead’ coach Ricardo Sinigaglia, who is serving a six-month ban for abusing a spectator bug, the team slowly escalated and management decided to cut their losses. Dead, Fernando “fer” Alvarenga and Epitacio “TACO” de Melo were all removed from the list, Gabriel “FalleN” Toledo deciding to resign because he did not agree with the decision sudden. MIBR then spent over a month trying to find talent to fill these three positions and the coaching position. Along with the three temporary players, MIBR also called on Raphael “cogu” Camargo as coach and manager of the team. Cogu spent part of four years in the organization during Counter-Strike and Counter-Strike Source between 2004 and 2008. Now, Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe and Alencar “trk” Rossato have teammates they can adapt to for the rest of the year as they prepare to end the year at the BLAST Premier Fall Series, Flashpoint Season Two, and other events.