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TSM announces departure from LBFF and Brazilian Free Fire competitive scenario

TSM exits from Free Fire completely

Team SoloMid, commonly known as TSM, an organization based in the United States, has announced that they will be withdrawing from the Brazilian Free Fire competitive scenario, two years after signing their Brazilian Free Fire roster in the year 2021. With their departure, TSM also released their 6-man roster consisting of BOB7, ISOPOR21, FEDERAL7, Itachi7, and RAONE7 who was the MVP of the LBFF 8 regular phase.

TSM has failed to show any mentionable performance in FreeFire

In a Twitter post from the organization’s Brazilian account, TSM announced “Today we announce our departure from the LBFF and the competitive scene in Brazil.” The tweet further translates into “We live unforgettable moments and launch eternal talents. We were champions, we hit the beam and we heard the scream of the alvinegra fans. This isn’t goodbye, it’s see you later. Thanks for everything, Brazil.

After TSM’s first appearance in the Brazilian Free Fire League (LBFF) in season 6 back in August of 2021, the roster achieved several feats with the organization. Their best performance came in the 8th season of LBFF when they finished the tournament in third place. 

TSM finished the regular season of LBFF 8. However, failed to win the trophy falling short of just 5 points behind the champions Vivo Keyd. This resulted in them not being able to secure their place in the Free Fire World Series in Bangkok. 

LBFF 9 is scheduled to begin on April 15th and the final will be played on August 5th. It is still unclear if the roster will stick with each other, or decide to go in their separate ways. The players have not yet expressed their opinion on this matter in public yet. The roster previously played under Black Dragons e-sports before TSM acquired them in 2021. 

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Image via TSM

This announcement marks the exit of Team SoloMid completely from the Free Fire esports. The organization previously parted ways with its Indian Free Fire roster in May 2022 after the game was banned by the Indian court.  However, it is still unclear if the organization is going to pick up any new roster or keep itself away from Free Fire for the time being. 

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