Counter-Strike: Global Offensive

MIBR get the vacant NA ESL Pro League competition slot

OpTic's move to Europe means there was a free space.

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Tournament organiser ESL has announced that, following OpTic Gaming's departure from the North American Pro League CS:GO competition to head to Europe, MIBR is the team to replace them in that slot.

Since the roster moved from SK Gaming to MIBR, the slot remained with SK Gaming as an organisation, but now the vacant slot has been handed to MIBR due to "the fact their roster consists of former Pro League players (SK Gaming and Cloud9) and is one of the best teams in the world," as ESL says.

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