Trk says there’s “nothing defined about my future [with MIBR] yet”

For now, trk will return to Brazil to spend time with his family and friends.

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Alencar “trk” Rossato, one of MIBR’s CS:GO players, commented on his future with the team for the first time today amid a complete squad overhaul following a streak of bad results during the org’s boot camp in Serbia.

The 25-year-old joined MIBR in May to replace Ignacio “meyern” Meyer. Trk admitted that his own future with MIBR is uncertain at this point. “I am going back to Brazil in a few hours,” trk said on Instagram. “I will miss this boot camp. I did not agree with all that happened, but sadly, that’s how things went.”

Trk will be spending some time with his family and friends and promised to give an update in the near future. MIBR’s active roster had been cut down to just two players—trk and Vito “kNgV-” Giuseppe—since Sunday, Sept. 13. The organization released fer, TACO, and the team’s longtime manager and coach Ricardo “dead” Sinigaglia. After MIBR’s statement, TACO said on Twitter that the decision was exclusively made by the organization.

KNgV- was the first to complain about MIBR’s decision on Twitter. He was followed by FalleN, who opted to step down from the active roster because he wasn’t satisfied with the recent decisions made by the organization.

The team had been boot camping in Serbia since July to prepare for ESL One Cologne Europe in August but were eliminated from the tournament after just two losses to G2 and FaZe. MIBR then attended several tier-three tournaments, having won only four series out of 12, according to HLTV’s database.

The MIBR brand is one of Immortals Gaming Club’s teams. Immortals hasn’t issued an statement after FalleN’s decision to leave the team.