ESB brings you the latest esports and gaming news from around the world, including two massive coaching changes in the LoL scene.
MiBR and Chaos Esports Club will meet for the fifth time this year when they face off in Group A of the BLAST Premier: Spring 2020 American Showdown this Tuesday.
MiBR have announced the departure of their CS:GO coach, Wilton “zews” Prado, who left the Brazilian CS:GO squad on Thursday, March 26 with immediate effect.
ESL Pro League Season 11: North America is set to begin this Thursday, when Team Liquid and MiBR will meet on the battlefield for the first time since late January.
With the Minors’ 3rd Place Play-In for the StarLadder Berlin Major concluding on Monday, the 24 teams are confirmed for one of the biggest CS:GO esports events of the year.
Marcelo “coldzera” David, the 2016 ESL One Cologne champion and no.10 in the 2018 list of top CS:GO esports players, has announced his desire to leave MIBR in search of new challenges.
ESL One Cologne’s Group B will enter the second day of CS:GO esports action with two fewer teams as MIBR and ENCE pack their bags and head home after losing in the lower bracket.
Brazilian heavyweights MIBR have accepted their invitation to ESL One Cologne, becoming the sixth team to confirm attendance at the German tournament, which will enthral fans from July 2-7 at Lanxess-Arena.