Noah Winston owned Made in Brazil has ended its association with Ricardo “Boltz” Prass. The 21-year-old player was a part of the Immortals squad which reached the Grand finals at PGL Krakow 2017. However, that team could not stay together due to specific individual problems. The player moved to SK Gaming on a loan. His performance on SK Gaming was instrumental in helping the team advance to several top finishes. However, when the players moved to MiBr, it was a crucial point for the player. Made in Brazil decided to add Stewie2k and later Tarik to their roster. With Coldzera, Fallen and Fer already on the roster, Boltz did not have a place in the active lineup.
Thank you for everything, best of luck in the future!
— MIBR (@mibr) November 30, 2018
After several months on the sidelines, the young player can now search for other opportunities. He is no longer a part of the Made in Brazil team.
We want to sincerely thank Boltz for his long tenure under the Immortals banner and helping us relaunch the iconic MIBR brand this past summer.
Tomi “lurppis” Kovanen, Immortals’ GM of CS: GO
Made in Brazil focussing on their current active roster
The Made in Brazil team is renewing its focus on developing their own style of play. The addition of Janko ‘YNK’ Paunovic is with an intention to help the team find its groove and confidence. For the most part, he has done a splendid job and we have seen improvements in their play. However, the same has not translated into results for the team. MiB will participate in the ESL Pro League LAN Finals starting on the 4th of December.
However, post this tournament, Made in Brazil will also participate in the Blast Pro Series Lisbon from the 14th of December. This appearance will be without Fernando ‘Fer’ Alvarenga who has to undergo an ear surgery. With Boltz no longer with the team, MiBr is now searching for a stand-in for this tournament.