LATAM Transfers: Latest Updates - Mid Season 10

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UPDATE: Guilherme Scalfi joins MiBR as Coach

As SiegeGG’s hub for all roster changes in the transfer window during the Season 10 mid-season transfer period, this page will be regularly updated with the latest transfer news. Check back here to keep up to date with all upcoming changes in the European region and keep up to date with the other regions on the NAAPAC, and EU threads.

Summary of Changes So Far

ReD DevilS e-Sports - Roster leaves org

Immortals - Immortals rebrands as MiBR, Guilherme Scalfi joins as Coach

Roster Changes

August 3rd: Guilherme Scalfi Joins MiBR as Coach

There is a lot of tradition coming to our scene !!!

The is now and ever debut at . Wearing an FPS GIANT's cloak is the right way to walk a new journey of glory and achievement!

WELCOME TO R6,

We wish great success on their new journey! May it be full of achievements!

August 3rd: Immortals Rebrands as MiBR

The Immortals roster has rebranded to Made in Brazil (better known as MiBR), both of which are owned by the same parent company. MiBR is best known for its Counter-Strike team which initially had the best Brazilian CS team at the time playing under its brand before it was later acquired by the Immortals organisation.

Now, the organisation has opted to roll in its R6 team, the last one under the Immortals name, under this well-known brand of MiBR which we will see for the first time in just over a week at the Raleigh Major!

July 29th: ReD DevilS Roster Leaves Organisation

The ReD DevilS roster has left their organisation to become the third lineup across the three main region's Pro League to be org-less.

This ReD DevilS roster was initially picked up a year ago and was promoted to the BR6 Series A the following month and won Season 8 of the Challenger League in November to be promoted to the Pro League for Season 9. Since this promotion, ReD DevilS have been struggling as they finished Season 9 in seventh place, very narrowly avoiding relegation back down to the Challenger League and most recently ended the BR6 2019 season in the last place meaning they will return to the Series B for the 2020 BR6 season.

Now, as they also sit down in eighth place in the Latin American Pro League, they have announced they have left the organisation as they had "not accomplishing all the rules of the contract" however didn't go into any further detail. The roster's next game will be against Ninjas in Pyjamas in September when the Pro League resumes giving them plenty of time to fix any issues in the roster and find a new organisation,

 

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And so that's every change within the Latin American region of the Pro League so far in this transfer period. Check back here for more updates over the coming days!