MIBR, or Made in Brazil, is a Brazilian professional eSports organization owned by Immortals Gaming Club. The organization currently has a total of six teams: Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, or CS:GO (both male and female); Valorant (both male and female); Rainbow Six Siege; and Garena Free Fire.
As a leading eSports brand in Brazil, MIBR boasts a fan base of over 250,000 people and 6.4 million followers on its social media channels. The organization was first founded on March 1, 2003 in Rio de Janeiro by Brazilian businessman Paulo Velloso. MIBR went on to become the only Brazilian team to win the Electronic Sports World Cup in 2006, bringing pride and glory to Brazil in the eSports industry.
MIBR was dissolved in 2012, but later made a comeback in March 2016. It was acquired by Immortals in January 2018, and MIBR returned to playing actively in June that same year.