Rainbow Six: Siege

MIBR picks up Immortals' Rainbow Six: Siege team

Taco and Fallen from the CS:GO team introduced the new squad, which is MIBR's first outside of Counter-Strike.

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Immortals owns the organisation known as MIBR, but now they've transferred the Immortals Rainbow Six: Siege roster to MIBR, which is the latter's first team aside from CS:GO, where they have also been competing with the likes of Gabriel 'Fallen' Toledo and Epitácio 'Taco' de Melo.

These are the two players who introduced the new team during a recent event, and this squad has plenty of experience in international events and Brazilian Siege.

Is this a good signing for MIBR?

Rainbow Six: Siege
Photo: MIBR

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