Immortals
United States
Given an indefinite suspension by Immortals
September 22, 2017
LUCAS1 has been placed on the bench by Immortals, reports Daniel Rosen of theScore esports.
ANALYSIS
Things just keep going downhill for this Immortals squad. After LUCAS1, HEN1, and kNg asked to be transferred from Immortals back in August, the team has still been rife with turmoil. Everything came to a head a couple weeks ago at DreamHack Montreal when the trio showed up late for the grand finals against North. They were issued a forfeit for the first match and went on to lose 2-0. Following this, allegations of the three going out and partying the night before surfaced. Once such allegation came from FNS of Counter Logic Gaming on Twitter. kNg replied to the accusation with a death threat, which ultimately led to his release from the team. After he was released, LUCAS1 and HEN1 once again asked to leave the team, to which the team responded by putting them on an indefinite suspension. They will stay on the bench until their contracts are bought out by another organization.
Benched by Immortals
September 22, 2017
HEN1 has been placed on an indefinite suspension by Immortals, reports Daniel Rosen of theScore esports.
ANALYSIS
Both HEN1 and LUCAS1's benchings come after the twins requested a transfer from the team following kNg's departure earlier this week. This is yet another chapter in the ongoing saga of this trio and Immortals. They originally wanted out back in August, but ended up staying after they were unable to find homes. A couple weeks ago, however, the three showed up late for the grand finals of DreamHack Montreal, sparking rumors of partying. kNg tweeted out a death threat to CLG's FNS following one such allegation, prompting the team to respond with an internal punishment. kNg was let go, and now LUCAS1 and HEN1 have again asked to leave. Immortals have accordingly placed the two on the bench until their contracts can be bought out by another organization. This is unlikely to be the last we hear of this situation.
No longer with Immortals
September 19, 2017
kNg announced on Twitter Tuesday that he is no longer a part of Immortals.
ANALYSIS
kNg's departure from Immortals comes after a bit of turmoil, to put it lightly. After three of the five starters were late for the grand finals of DreamHack Montreal, chaos ensued. Not only did the team get charged with a forfeit before losing the next game to get bounced by North in a 2-0 sweep, but the drama continued on Twitter after the event. When FNS called out the players for allegedly being hungover during Immortals' semifinals series against CLG, kNG replied by saying in a (now deleted) tweet that he would kill the other player. Noah Winston, CEO of Immortals, then said that the team would be dealing with the issue internally. The team has yet to issue a statement on kNg's departure, but Winston stated on Tuesday night that news should come out later this week.
Does his best to bring home the win
September 15, 2017
steel put up a 28/33 KD in Immortals' close loss to North on Friday in Group B of the ELEAGUE Premier.
ANALYSIS
steel was constantly in the thick of the action in this game, but it ended up not being enough in the end. He started off with a huge clutch ace in Round 8 that included a nice 1-vs-2 clutch at the end. He continued to lock up clutches on a pretty regular basis in the first half and then helped with a nice comeback in the second that got them all the way into two overtimes. They just didn't have enough to overcome the might of the Danes in the loss.
Has lost a step
September 15, 2017
cogu put up a KD of 19/31 in Immortal's close loss against North in Group B of the ELEAGUE Premier on Friday.
ANALYSIS
While cogu was once one of the greatest players in Counter-Strike, those days are long gone. He had his moments, which include a huge 3k spray in Round 26 and a massive 1-vs-2 clutch in overtime to take an 18-17 lead, but on the whole, he left a lot to be desired. He just seemed to be a bit out of touch with the current state of CS:GO, which left his team in quite the bind during the loss.
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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.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Set to add horvy
August 16, 2017
The organization is set to sign former k1ck member, horvy, who is waiting on the transfer process, reports of HLTV.
ANALYSIS
The North American organization has finally come to terms with the former k1ck member who left the team in early May after a six month run. However, during that time the team could not complete the transfer in time due to horvy's via application being denied, which resulted in kNg being added to the roster, with whom would finish runner-up at PGL Major Krakow. Now, horvy still awaits his completion of his visa application and an undisclosed transfer fee of his contract from k1ck. It has yet been determined by the organization about which player horvy could replace as no official comment has been made.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Immortals ink kNg
July 25, 2017
Immortals sign Vito "kNg" Giuseppe as its permanent addition after an outstanding performance at the PGL Major.
ANALYSIS
After two months of being loaned out to Immortals by Red Reserve, the 22-year-old has signed a permanent deal with Immortals. The announcement comes just after kNg helped the Brazilian team achieve one of its biggest finishes runner-up to Gambit Esports at the PGL Major in Krakow. kNg, who replaced Lincoln "fnx" Lau on the roster, dominated the Major by acquiring the highest number of kills (265) and headshots (113) of all players. The organization also stated, "looks forward to continuing to work with him on building a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive legacy for Immortals."
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Eliminated from CyberPowerPC Summer 2016
August 28, 2016
Immortals were taken down by Cloud9 in the semifinals of CyberPowerPC Summer 2016.
ANALYSIS
Immortals went out with an incredible whimper in this series against C9. On Train in Game 1, they had a terrible first half on the CT-side, as they fell into a 5-10 hole early. When they switched over to the T-side in the second half, they couldn't do a thing and lost all six rounds to give C9 the 16-5 win. They struggled again on the T-side during Game 2 on Overpass, where they went into halftime down 5-10 once again. They managed to win three rounds in the second half, but still lost 16-8 overall. They will get to take home $1,500 for their 3rd-4th place performance in this tournament.
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
Move on to semifinals of CyberPowerPC Summer 2016
August 28, 2016
Immortals defeated Selfless 2-1 in the quarterfinals of CyberPowerPC Summer 2016.
ANALYSIS
While the final score of this series was 2-1, the two wins that Immortals secured weren't even close. They took Cobblestone 16-4 and Cache 16-2. They look incredibly strong on those two maps, with not one member finishing with a negative KD in the wins. They may have faltered a bit on Mirage in Game 2 during the 16-7 loss, but even their worst game was statistically better than Selfless' play in their own losses. Immortals will now face Cloud9 in the semifinals on Sunday.