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CS:GO

MiBR Announce Female CS:GO Lineup for 2021

Scott Robertson

On a day when MiBR announced their new mens’ Counter-Strike roster for the 2021 season, the organization also unveiled a new female roster. The team of Julia “julih” Gomes, Bruna “Bizinha” Marvila, Jessica “FLY” Pellegrini, Ana “annaEX” Carolina, Gabriela “Bokor” Bokor, and coach Guilherme “walck” Moreno will compete under the black-and-white banner for the foreseeable future.

Bizinha mibr

Bizinha's illustrious career continues as she leads the new MiBR roster.

Per HLTV, the MiBR female team will compete in the Grrrls League, a South American women’s league featuring one of the largest prize pools for any women’s league at $35,000.

The addition of the MiBR female team is one of several new changes to the iconic Brazilian brand in just the past few weeks. The organization saw the original core of their roster as well as their replacement core disappear over the past few months, and as mentioned above, the team also acquired a new men’s roster from the BOOM Esports organization. This came just a day after signing former pro Renato “nak” Nakano to the organization as a content creator and as a strategic coach.

Their primary rifler in Bizinha is a veteran of the Brazilian female Counter-Strike scene, having played on female squads for teams like FURIA, paiN, Keyd Stars, and even Optic Brasil. She’s competed at two iterations of the women’s IEM Challenge at Katowice in 2018 and 2019, representing the field’s sole South American squad at both events. In her final event with FURIA before coming over to MiBR, her team dominated the competition at Gamers Club Masters Feminina I.

So far there is no official start date for MiBR and Grrrls League.