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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

MIBR reportedly targeting Meyern for CS:GO team

Lucas1 may be getting replaced as MIBR looks to improve its roster dramatically heading into 2020.

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MIBR has been struggling with form a fair bit recently, and HLTV reports that they might be recruiting a new player to their CS:GO squad to help with that, as they allegedly have their eye on Sharks' Ignacio 'Meyern' Meyer.

The two organisations are already reportedly in talks to sign him before Cs_summit 5 between December 12 and 15, and Meyern is a 17-year-old talent who could replace Lucas 'Lucas1' Teles.

Despite the roster containing many of the former SK Gaming talent that won many trophies, MIBR hasn't been able to reproduce the same level of success, falling short in several major competitions this year.

Can Meyern help?

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
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