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MIBR CS:GO Player fer Explains Why They Part Ways With LUCAS1



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Fernando Alvarenga, known as “fer,” is a 28-year-old Brazilian CS:GO player who has been representing MIBR for over one and a half years. Before that, he was playing for SK Gaming. In his career, he earned around $1.000.000 from the events.

Yesterday, during the interview with, fer explained why the thing didn’t work out for MIBR and their former player Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles. asked:

“Last month, the team replaced LUCAS1 with meyern. What was the reason behind the roster change and what did you feel wasn’t working out with LUCAS1?”

fer replied:

“Lucas is a pretty good player, but the way he thinks about the game is kind of different from the way we think. We had people thinking “A” and people thinking “B” about the game, different mentalities. I think we had good results with Lucas considering the time he spent on the team, like a few months. In the end, it was not working out because people thought differently about the game.”

fer continued:

“We then decided to replace him and looked at our options. We watched meyern’s demos and his playstyle, and later approached him. We thought he was a pretty good player, with a lot of potential, so we decided to bring him into the team. He is a really young player with a lot of talent, and I think the decision to add him was a bet on his future development. We had the option of bringing in an experienced player that we had played with in the past, but we opted to sign a new player and see what happens in the future, like we did with coldzera.”

He added:

“He was a really good player as well, really talented, but he hadn’t proved himself at the time. We tried him out and it turned out really well for us. This time it’s meyern, so let’s see if he’s going to be good for the team. I think he’s been pretty good so far. We are working out our communication because he speaks Spanish; it’s similar to Portuguese, but not the same, so sometimes we have some problems with that, but we are trying hard to fix this problem, and I think we are doing well with him.”

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