Imperial MIBR is set to acquire CS:GO rifler and current in-game leader Marcelo “Chelo” Cespedes in a $200,000 buyout deal, according to a report by Brazilian HLTV vertical Dust 2 Brasil.
Chelo still has four months left on his contract with MIBR and was not in his plans to negotiate with the club, but MIBR appears ready to complete the transfer due to his desire to play with Imperial. – Back to back major championships Fallen and fer for the first time in his job.
Imperial has yet to sign a contract with Chelo, but all parties involved in the negotiations expect the deal to be finalized soon. If the transfer goes through, Chelo will reportedly take the place of veteran fnx, who is set to leave the group after a string of impressive results, reports Dust 2 Brasil.
Chello has been working with MIBR since the Immortals-owned team signed the BOOM Esports lineup in January 2021. The 24-year-old has always been one of the most talented players on the roster, and he took the in-game lead. Post-MBR activities Following the PGL Antwerp Major, he parted ways with Adriano “WOOD7” Cerato. Chelo is expected to be a clean gun in Imperial as Phalen is the captain and a big voice in the team.
As for MIBR, Chelo’s departure soon spells trouble for the rest of the season. The company would be hard-pressed to find a rifle with the same firepower chelo delivers. Additionally, another player must take over the in-game lead.