FaZe Clan sign former MiBR Rainbow Six Siege stars
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FaZe Clan has signed four former members of the defending Rainbow Six Siege 2020 Brazilian Champions to their Rainbow Six Siege team.

Former MiBR members Jaime “Cyb3r” Ramos, José “Bullet1” Victor and Lucas “soulz1” Romero join FaZe Clan alongside returning member Gabriel “cameram4n” Hespanhol. The former MiBR teammates will be replaced by João “yoona” Nerici, Vinícius “live” dos Santos Monteiro, Ronaldo “ion” Osawa and Eduardo “KDS” Santos of FaZe Clan’s current roster.

Cameram4n is returning to the FaZe Clan roster after his one-year stint on MiBR where he won the Brasileirão 2020 Finals. He was a critical part of FaZe Clan’s success in 2018 when they won back-to-back-to-back tournaments. While his time on MiBR was short, he is returning to FaZe with his teammates that dominated the Rainbow Six scene.

João Paulo “PATIFE” Pereira will also join the roster as an ambassador for the team. PATIFE is a multi-game streamer and content creator with an influence on the Rainbow Six community. As the team ambassador, PETIFE will host live streams of the team’s matches. He will also interact with fans during the weekly watch parties.

FaZe Clan look to dominate the Rainbow Six scene

FaZe Clan ended the 2020 season in sixth place within the Latin American division with a 6-3-5 record. Since the team was founded in January of 2018, they have attended every international Major in Rainbow Six. Cameram4n and Leonardo “Astro” Luis are the only two Brazilian players who have attended all six international events. FaZe Clan’s announcement marks the fifth time that they will be playing together in their careers.

FaZe Clan will debut their new lineup on March 20 at the Brasileirão 2021 Season launch. Brasileirão is an offline tournament that consists of ten professional teams and spans from March 20 until December 5. MiBR will also be competing in the Brasileirão tournament which will pit previous teammates against one another.

Danny Appleford is an esports journalist for Upcomer that started writing for Daily Esports in 2020. He now specializes in articles surrounding League of Legends, Call of Duty, VALORANT and Halo.