"Like Americans going to Japan only to eat at McDonald's when they could have been eating the same burgers at home."
A new report indicates that they're looking to sign the roster that impressed during the ESL Pro League Season 10.
He'll be replacing Lucas1 on the side, confirming rumours from earlier this month about the roster.
He has plenty of experience with TyLoo, and could join a roster that's already full of confirmed players.
They defeated Fnatic in the grand final, although it wasn't all plain sailing for the team in the end.
The rumours about OG moving into CS:GO were true, and we have a full lineup along with a new trailer.
Lucas1 may be getting replaced as MIBR looks to improve its roster dramatically heading into 2020.
Jönköping hosted the action at the same time as the ECS Season 8 finals, with ForZe lifting the trophy in Sweden.
The Danish side added to their impressive trophy cabinet with another ECS win, beating rivals Team Liquid in the final.
The former Swole Patrol player has a new home, joining an American lineup of professionals.
The Premium Pass is back, allowing access to multiple streams, exclusive chat rooms, and emojis.
They've signed a full squad to move into Valve's esports scene, and this move has been a long time coming.
Despite facing an early loss against Ence, they bounced back to win the entire thing, along with a rematch against Ence in the final.
There's plenty of new content in Valve's shooter, from agents to fresh maps and more, all of which we're going to try.
We also get a few new maps, cosmetics, and missions for fans to try out, all of which come with fresh rewards too.
There are many familiar faces in there, and they'll all be in action later this month at the Esports Stadium Arlington.