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MIBR drops fnx; picks up spacca

INSIDER ESPORTS - With less than a month for the ESL global final, Made in Brazil makes a shocking roster move, removing young star Lincoln "fnx" Lau for Guilherme "spacca" Spacca from firegamers.

“Leaving less than a month befere the World Extreme Masters III, the Made in Brazil team has [made their first changes] of 2009: Lincoln"fnx" Lau is out of the team” the official press release states. This may mark the end of a career for Lau, according to the MiBR's homepage, as he was lacking motivation during training and couldn't practice as hard as he once could.

Lincoln “fnx” lau is best known for his great play in GC and during the 2006 glory days with MIBR before moving with the rest of MiBR to the Rio Sinistro franchise at the CGS. It had appeared as if he was well prepared - and transferred easily from source to 1.6 - having top fragged at ESL's Extreme Masters Philadelphia, but the management staff decided that they needed a roster change to produce better results.

This is not the first time Lau has left the organization, having left once before.

In Lau's place comes long time competitor against MIBR, Guilherme"Spacca" Spacca. He had been captian for GC.br vsone and MIBR's biggest competitior; firegamers. With firegamers he had 3 big results last year, winning 3 Brazil cups. MIBR.com.br states that he is a relatively unknown player, but has preformed very well in every tournament he has played in.

MiBR will play with this roster at the ESL Extreme Masters Global Finals in March.

The new Made in Brazil line stands as:

Thiago "btt" Monteiro

Raphael "mushrooms" Camargo

Carlos Henrique "KIKOOOO" Segal

Renato "nak" Nakano

Guilherme "Spacca" Spacca

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