Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe on his Twitter have announced about his inactivity at MIBR.
Through a Twitlonger post, the 28yo Brazilian spoke about the current situation at the MIBR camp where lack of dialogue and low interest from the management made Vito think about his future at the same.
Two days earlier, MIBR parted ways with their coach along with three players who had been brought on the team for interim purposes. These three players including Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles, Leonardo “leo_drk” Oliveira and Vinicius “vsm” Moreira helped MIBR unleashed their lost potential at the FLASHPOINT 2 where they placed 4th in the Playoffs. This was also followed by the Braziian squad eliminating their FURIA, their counterparts from the BLAST Premier Fall Series 2020 .
Soon later after the team bid farewell to the majority of their roster, kNgV- had a disagreement against the organization’s actions. Even when MIBR dropped Epitácio “TACO” de Melo, Fernando “fer“ Alvarenga, Gabriel ‘FalleN’ Toledo along with coach Ricardo “dead” Sinigaglia from the previous roster, Vito felt the same way as he does now.
In the TwitLonger, he stated,
“When I was hired for MIBR I believed it was in a team that was close to success and I was there to help. But I found a team with internal and external issues and a hard way to go through, we tried really hard as individuals and collectively but unfortunately we could not make it. The damage was done.”
On Alexandre “gAuLeS” Chiqueta‘ stream from Wednesday, he said that he had been “treated like trash” by MIBR’s parent company, Immortals Gaming Club.
“I took a lot of responsibility being a leader, I had to build a crew to work with me, doing so i could be more focused playing, but at same time i had my social media, videos, etc, working at the same page as me! What I’m saying is, I was hired to do a normal player role, but in the end I was doing so much more and I gave all my best to deliver a good show for all.
I have to consider the team performance and individually that we reach and I can’t take a 75% devaluation in my new contract, it goes against what I believe and work for.Sometimes in life things don’t go as we plan, but i’m pretty sure this team has a victory path ahead.”
At the end of his note, he revealed about his future plans where he insisted on having a prospect featuring six players which does include Cogu along with twin brothers LUCAS1 and HEN1.
MIBR is now left with only one player, Alencar “trk” Rossato who hasn’t yet yet revealed about his future plans at the Brazilian side. The latter is scheduled to play at the BLAST Premier Spring Series, to be held on 4th February,