The incredible gaming house of Made in Brazil

TACO and Coldzera and mibr´s house
TACO and Coldzera and mibr´s house

Many of the main esports teams in the world live and work together in the same house, called ‘gaming house’ or ‘CSGO house’.

Players train, sleep, play and live there, and the buildings usually are amazing, such as the new home of Made in Brazil, the California-based club formed by Brazilian players.

MIBR released some days ago a new video in its Youtube Channel in which we can virtually visit the whole house: salons, kitchen, leisure spaces and even the private players rooms. TACO and Coldzera was in charge to do the funny tour from which they are facing all their non-presential tournaments.

The mansion are based in California and has many luxuries and details, and also is home to the Made in Brazil trophies. And as a one of the best CS:GO teams, it is much to say. We could call it the CS GO house.

In the video, TACO and Coldzera say that there is some elements that have to be installed next week yet: a BBQ zone, a jacuzzi, gym or a ping-pong table, for example. In fact, the mansion is so big that they have another house inside the main house.

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