Ricardo "boltz" Prass, who spent the last season with Brazilian organization MIBR, has finally made his departure official from MIBR.
MIBR officially announced the departure of the 24-year-old Brazilian via their Twitter account and the news comes as no surprise, as it had been widely known for some time that Prass would be joining Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo and company as part of the Last Dance roster.
Boltz and MIBR experienced a mixed 2021 at best, as they struggled to really make any impact in Europe, which was where they spent most of the season.
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Their most memorable accomplishment was a first-place finish at CBCS Elite League Season 1. The ugly side of his tenure came as the team failed to make the PGL Major Stockholm.
Bronz is set to join up with ex-teammates FalleN and Fernado "fer" Alvarenga, with whom he won several titles in 2017 as part of Last Dance, and you can follow the trio via our Sports Live Streaming hub.
The team, which plans to compete in the North American scene, was most recently rumoured to be signing with Imperial. Yet to this point no known organization has been officially announced.
The line-up for this new team is as follows:
Ricardo "boltz" Prass
Gabriel "FalleN" Toledo
Lincoln "fnx" Lau
Fernando "fer" Alvarenga
Vinicius "VINI" Figueiredo