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Felipe "FelipoX" de Lucia has parted ways with MIBR after being part of the organization for almost two years. The Brazilian had been a member of the roster for more than three years, having represented Team oNe before accepting MIBR's offer.
FelipoX reflected on his team and his teammates throughout the years in a TwitLonger, talking about everything the roster has gone through during the last years.
Moreover, the TwitLonger included information about his shoulder injury that saw Matheus "Budega" Figueiredo temporarily join the active roster, the team's results at the Six Invitational 2021 and 2022, and the roster's decisions regarding the exit of the current M80 coach and the signing of Cesar "Dark" Adriano.
FelipoX also admitted having received offers throughout his career with MIBR, including a "very good proposal" before the Six Invitational 2022, which he didn't accept as he decided to "believe in the team's potential."
In the TwitLonger, FelipoX admitted having decided to follow a "different path in 2023" as he's teasing a very likely roster move.
"I decided to follow a different path in 2023, leaving my comfort zone and getting together with a new team, after a long time being in the same place and playing with the same people," he said.
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