bit led MIBR

Brazilian esports organization MIBR has unveiled a new VALORANT roster head coach by signing a contract with bit. The 31-year-old Brazilian specialist is ready to lead a team that is preparing for the grand finals of the ESL Challenger League Season 40: North America.

bit is a true veteran of the Latin American scene. Having started his esports career back in 2003, the Brazilian managed to play in all the leading rosters in CS 1.6 and CS Source disciplines. In 2013, the 31-year-old player began his career in CS:GO, where over the following years he tried his hand at Keyd Stars, Luminosity Gaming, Team oNe eSports and 100 Thieves.

For the last two years, bit played for 9z, together with which he became the winner of La Liga Season 3: Sur Pro Division - Apertura, FiReLEAGUE 2020: Cluster Sur, WESG 2021 Latin America: LatAM South, Alpha Pro League 2021, FiReLEAGUE 2021 and BLAST Rising LATAM 2021, among others.

However, at the beginning of the new season, the Brazilian left the team, as previously reported, intending to continue his career as a coach.

In turn, MIBR was left without a head coach back in January, as Apoka decided to step down and focus on his streamer career. At this time, the role of a coach was tried on by nak, who helped the team qualify for the RMR tournament.

The nearest tournament for MIBR will be PGL Major Antwerp 2022: American RMR. Interestingly, in the official application, the team's coach is nak. In addition, the Brazilian team is preparing for the grand final of ESL Challenger League Season 40: North America, which will take place on April 4th.

From now on, the CS:GO MIBR roster is as follows: