Immortals
United States
Earning the last round in loss
December 17, 2017
steel posted a 19/21 KD in the 16-12 loss to FaZe Clan on Friday at the ECS Season 4 Finals.
ANALYSIS
The pistol round went the way of steel who contributed to the firm hold on the B-bombsite to prevent the plant. A solid anti-eco retake granted the team the 2-0 lead but steel did miss a few trade kills that allowed FaZe to win a few rounds. Although FaZe contested early, steel found his groove on the defense with the keen retakes and map control to take the first half 9-6 going into the second. However, steel was rather quiet in the second half despite the denied retake in Round 26 with a triple kill to earn Liquid's last round won in the loss.
Ineligible for EPL S6 Finals
November 26, 2017
Due the league's roster lock rule, steel will not be eligible to play for Liquid in Odense, according to a report from Dust2.us.
ANALYSIS
Since joining Team Liquid prior to the start of IEM Oakland to replace stanislaw; steel has only experienced one offline tournament as well as the last four ECS matches of the regular season. The Brazilian in-game leader will be ineligible to participate in the ESL Pro League Season 6 Finals in Odense, Denmark due to the league's roster lock going into effect prior to Oakland. As a result, steel will also miss his opportunity to help Liquid in the ELEAGUE Major Qualifier, since representing Immortals in the online qualifiers for the Americas Minor.
Struggling to find his place
November 16, 2017
boltz finished SK Gaming's 2-0 win over OpTic Gaming in the quarterfinals of IEM Oakland.
ANALYSIS
While boltz still isn't an official member of SK Gaming, he's still seeming to struggle with finding his spot on this high-powered roster. Even though SK was torching OpTic on Overpass to open the series, boltz was lagging behind his teammates. He only managed a paltry 8/9 KD in the 16-2 win. He seemed to just be in the wrong place and found himself dead a few too many times without finding a kill. boltz bounced back a bit on the second map, however. He was second on his team with a 20/18 KD and he even came up with a big triple kill hold in Round 14 to keep OpTic bogged down in the eventual 16-12 win.
Defensive comeback for the win
November 15, 2017
boltz posted a firm 23/17 KD on Tuesday in a 16-13 win over the Ninjas in Pyjamas in Group A of IEM Oakland.
ANALYSIS
The series started as the Swedes contested early on, taking the pistol round with ease. However, a few rounds were shared until the Ninjas finally broke free and dominated boltz in the first half for an 11-4 lead. Going into the second, boltz picked up a few rounds to start the half, but NiP still held into the lead. In Round 23, boltz came up big with a triple entry kill into the A-bombsite to cut the deficit by three with a 13-10 score. boltz then contributed to the six consecutive rounds won to close out Cobblestone 16-13, posting a 91.1 ADR.
Small impact in a big way
November 14, 2017
boltz gathered a 17/32 KD on Tuesday with a 22-20 win over Team EnVyUs in Group A of IEM Oakland.
ANALYSIS
boltz contributed to the 3-0 start over EnVyUs early on for the offense on Cobblestone. However, the lead didn't last long as boltz couldn't get past the defense for four straight rounds as nV took the 4-3 lead. boltz was able to buy in Round 8 which allowed him to pull off a quick entry and post-plant hold to secure the round. With a small lead late in the first half, nV kept the score close to even out the first half with an 8-7 score. The second half was a smooth start with the pistol win on the defense but nV made some noise with the early 9-9 tie. Although boltz played consistently for SK to help tread for a 13-10 lead. Eventually, boltz earned map point but nV rallied back and force overtime. The overtime rounds flopped back and forth to each team but it was boltz to keep his team alive with a triple entry-kill on the B-bombsite to force double overtime. The extra rounds continued as both teams traded back-and-forth, but it was finally boltz and co that closed out the game with a 22-20 win.
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Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
To withdraw from ESL Pro League
December 1, 2017
Immortals CEO, Noah Whinston, announced that the team will pull out of the ESL Pro League with immediate effect.
ANALYSIS
The Brazilian team had already requested an emergency transfer following the internal problems that resulted in kNg being released from his contract. Following kNg's abrupt exit, HEN1 and LUCAS1 would follow suit, leaving the team crippled with boltz and steel left for themselves. However, with the additions of zqks, destiny, and shz, Immortals finished outside of the Pro League season in 12th place, which means the team would have to play in the relegation stage to keep their spot in the competition. Although the quick fix turned sour as steel departed to Team Liquid and zqks and destiny are unable to enter the United States due to visa issues. As a result, Immortals spot has been offered to Ghost Gaming, who is now pending confirmation from the team and by the league. Noah Whinston also noted that Immortals will "look to rebuild after the ELEAGUE Major in Boston with some concrete plans."
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Immortals add destiny
October 10, 2017
Immortals have announced that they have permanently added destiny to the active roster.
ANALYSIS
Immortals have officially signed the former Tempo Storm member, destiny, who was on trial for some time to a permanent deal. Since HEN1, LUCAS1 and fnx parted ways after the release of kNg, Immortals have been trialing and working with other Brazilian players in the market. The team has seen better days in ESL Pro League holding the 10th spot in the NA standings. Although the team has had some growing success since signing horvy just a week ago. Now, with destiny in the lineup, the organization still remains short one more player on the active roster.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Officially signs horvy
October 3, 2017
Immortals have announced they have inked former k1ck player, horvy, after departing ways with kNg.
ANALYSIS
After departing ways with kNg and the twins, LUCAS1 and HEN requesting the bench, the organization has officially made its first roster move. horvy has been added to the active roster, alongside steel and boltz, the 19-year-old rifler had made a name for himself in his former k1ck jersey. However, after leaving the team in August, horvy has been without a team but the recent drama surround Immortals will give him a chance as the team rebuilds. Immortals will continue to search to complete their roster.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Granted emergency transfer
September 27, 2017
WESA has granted Immortals an "emergency transfer" in ESL Pro League Season 6 as well as adding a third transfer spot, ESL announced.
ANALYSIS
Immortals have been graced by ESL and WESA on allowing an emergency transfer as twin LUCAS1 and HEN1 asked to be benched following the release of kNg last week. The organization asked the WESA for "one additional emergency transfers to be able to restructure responsibly." With the start of Season 6, ESL updated its transfer regulations, reducing the number of transfers from four to two "in order to ensure team stability and encourage a continuity of rosters." Now, due to an extraordinary situation, the WESA has decided to amend the existing transfer regulations as well as add a third transfer for emergencies only. In spite of the chaos, Immortals have also added two players destiny and shz, who signed with Tempo Storm last month. It is uncertain if Immortals will ink both shz and destiny or for a short-term solution in ESL Pro League.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
HEN1, LUCAS1, and kNg set to exit
August 16, 2017
According to HLTV, Immortals core members HEN1, LUCAS1, and kNg have asked to exit the active roster.
ANALYSIS
The North American organization is now in panic mode as it is reported to lose its core members of HEN1, LUCAS1, and kNg. The shocking news comes as the team finished runner-up at PGL Major Krakow to Gambit, however, the team has expressed their emotions to CEO Noah Whinston as dissatisfaction hinting internal issues. The organization now scrambles to secure its next spot at the Major as well as the roster lock set for Friday.