The Brazilian will remain in the group instead of Marcelo "chelo" Cespedes for their IEM Katowice Play for all intents and purposes. MIBR have reported that they will keep on using the 18-year-old during the IEM Katowice rather than chelo, notwithstanding the last player having recuperated from COVID-19 and being qualified to get back to their setup for the occasion.
In the declaration, vital mentor Renato "nak" Nakano disclosed that MIBR decided to keep brnz4n in the list for the competition as they would have rather not break their step in front of an occasion like Katowice, with the group previously having authorities and practice under their belts with the foundation member.
brnz4n recently subbed for MIBR instead of Ricardo "boltz" Prass in 2021 because of the player testing positive for COVID-19, and was by and by called up for BLAST Premier Spring Groups when chelo was sidelined for a similar explanation.
There, the adolescent dazzled as he was the main impetus for the Brazilian side in an agitated success over Natus Vincere to open the competition, yet notwithstanding a later win over Complexity, MIBR couldn't progress to the Spring Final and got shipped off the Showdown following ensuing misfortunes to Vitality and G2.
Contest for MIBR will stay savage in Poland as they are the second-most minimal positioned group in the IEM Katowice Play-In out of a field of 16, with just eight of those groups progressing to the headliner.