Benjamin Hodge Mckenna

Benjamin Hodge Mckenna

Ben is a student on the UK’s first esports degree at Staffordshire University. Alongside writing, Ben is a CS:GO caster under the pseudonym ‘Protalis’. He has worked with the National University Esports League to provide coverage for their CS:GO division. Twitter @Protalis22

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CSGO: MIBR Rumoured to be Targeting kNgV as Coldzera’s Replacement

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A Dexerto report places Vito ‘kNgV’ Giuseppe squarly in MIBR’s sights.


In a report by veteran journalist DeKay, the Immortals owned MIBR roster is targeting Vito ‘kNgV’ Giuseppe as their permanent 5th to replace Coldzera. The report also suggests that MIBR will complete Giuseppe’s acquisition shortly after the StarLadder Major.

The need for a new member comes after David requested leave from MIBR on the 7th of July. An HLTV Report stated that David was ‘frustrated with the squad’s poor results’ after a disappointing run of form from the once-great Brazilian squad.

MIBR played at IEM Chicago last weekend with their coach Wilton ‘zews’ Prado as a result of Coldzera’s benching. This has led to serious doubts as to MIBR’s ability to place well at the Major.

Giuseppe last made headlines after a public disagreement with CS: GO analyst Duncan “Thooorin” Shields. During the argument, the Brazillian player seemed to make homophobic remarks against the analyst. This led Immortals terminating Giuseppe’s contract from a roster that had reached the finals of the Krakow Major.

Giuseppe has been playing on the Brazilian Team INTZ since October of 2018.

Rumors previously placed David as the next addition to the international FaZe roster. FaZe IGL Nikola ‘Niko’ Kovac, however, stated in an HLTV interview that FaZe Clan had made no attempt to sign the Brazilian AWPer.


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