fRoD is one of the new coaches of MIBR and last Saturday (4) the channel The Elevated Esports Experience published an interview with the coach. In the video, fRoD talked about leaving LOUD and also that he did not intend to leave the organization.
fRoD reveals that he did not plan to leave LOUD
In the interview, the Brazilian coach revealed that he would go to MIBR when bzkA was hired, however, LOUD made him an offer that he could not refuse. Furthermore, he stated that he had no intention of leaving LOUD and that for this reason, he did not receive proposals from any other team.
“The truth needs to be told, he (bzkA) and I were going to MIBR together last year. I got a call from LOUD and I couldn’t miss the opportunity and he was completely understanding.”
“When it comes to this year, I didn’t really get any offers. I don’t believe it was because they weren’t interested, but I simply never put myself out there (LOUD). My goal was to stay with LOUD. Our relationship was fantastic, but when I realized that things were not good I spoke to bzkA and he told me that the doors would be open”.
When it comes to this year, I didn’t really get any offers. I don’t believe it was because they weren’t interested, but I simply never put myself out there (LOUD).
MIBR coach signed in less than a day after leaving LOUD
A curious fact that few people may know is that the move from fRoD to MIBR was faster than imagined. He stated that after learning that he would not continue with the VCT Americas champions, he quickly signed with Made in Brazil.
Basically, I received the news that I would not proceed with LOUD and within 24 hours I practically agreed, signed with MIBR and began the negotiation process with them.
fRoD no MIBR for
fRoD, has been at LOUD since winning the Champions 2022 world champions. He worked alongside bzkA as an assistant coach. Now the two come together again, this time, in MIBR.
In all, fRoD has over 18 years of career in esports and has worked as a coach and player in CS, Overwatch and VALORANT. Furthermore, in his career he was elected North American Player of the Decadefor the LTV.
published in November 7, 2023