theScore esports Daily (Dec. 19): byali reported to be rejoining, Liquid reportedly eyeing adreN as coach

by Dimitri Pascaluta Dec 19
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MIBR reportedly set to pay $150,000 for felps' transfer fee

MIBR are apparently set to pay a $150,000 USD transfer fee for the acquisition of João “felps” Vasconcellos, reports ESPN Brazil's Roque Marques.

According to a report by ESPN's Jacob Wolf, MIBR's American stars, Jake ‘Stewie2K’ Yip and Tarik ‘tarik’ Celik, are slated to be replaced by Epitácio ‘TACO’ de Melo and felps, as well as their former coach, Wilton ‘zews’ Prado.

byali reported to rejoin

Paweł "byali" Bieliński is set to rejoin's CS:GO roster, reports Rush B Media's Elliott 'aizyesque'.

Citing unnamed sources close to the players and team, aizyesque reports that byali is currently in discussions with to join their lineup. byali played for the Polish team for four years, and is remembered for the days he spent as a member of the famed 'Virtus Plow'.

Team Liquid reportedly eyeing adreN as new head coach

Team Liquid are reportedly eyeballing Eric "adreN" Hoag as their new head coach, reports VPEsports' Jarek "DeKay" Lewis.

Citing unnamed sources close to the players and team, DeKay reports that adreN is anticipated to fill the slot left by Wilton “zews” Prado who, along with Epitácio “TACO” de Melo, is anticipated to leave the team.

Fresh Prince of Bel-Air's Alfonso Ribeiro and 'Backpack Kid' sue Epic over Fortnite emotes

Alfonso Ribeiro, best known for his portrayal of Carlton Banks in the TV sitcom Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, has filed a suit against Epic Games for their use of Carlton's signature dance in the crafting of an emote called "Fresh."

Russell Horning, also known the "Backpack Kid," has also filed a suit against Epic, claiming that the developer used his signature dance move, "The Russell," in an emote called "Floss."

Ribeiro and Horning are the second and third parties to file suits against Epic, the first being rapper 2 Milly, who filed a suit earlier this month alleging that Epic used his Milly Rock dance as the template for Fortnite's "Swipe It" emote.

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