Immortals
South Korea
Joins Immortals
January 29, 2018
Immortals announced on Monday, via their website, that Velo and Ryoya would be joining the team to fill out the roster for the remainder of the 2017-18 season.
ANALYSIS
With QO asking to take an indefinite leave of absence, Immortals seems to be scrambling to cobble together the pieces of a functional team. Velo has played with most of the player on the existing roster and looks like a great choice in terms of chemistry. However, during his tenure with MVP.Phoenix, Velo had some issues with consistency between online and offline events, as long as he can get past those issues this roster should be back to competing at the top of North America.
Joins Immortals
January 29, 2018
Immortals announced via its website that Ryoya and Velo would be joining Immortals.
ANALYSIS
After being such a good mid laner for VGJ.Storm over the past several months, it's not hard to see why he left for presumably greener pastures with a more established brand like Immortals. Ryoya should fit in well with the hyper-aggressive play style of the Immortals remaining roster.
Released from Immortals
January 29, 2018
Immortals mentioned in a roster announcement on Monday that MSS had been released from his contract.
ANALYSIS
This is really just confirmation of something that we already know. MSS has been seen playing with multiple stacks of players over the past few months. Combined with the information that Immortals was having trouble keeping their roster together made this announcement a foregone conclusion.
Taking a break
January 25, 2018
QO announced via his personal Facebook page that he would be stepping back from Immortals for an undisclosed amount of time.
ANALYSIS
The departure of QO came seemingly out of nowhere. The veteran player indicated he would attempt to return at some point but cited lack of passion for the game as his main reason for stepping away.
Huge Anti Mage game not enough
November 4, 2017
Qo was the best player for Immortals despite the losing effort in Dota Pit. The unpredictable carry finished with a KDA of 7/3/5.
ANALYSIS
Qo was Anti Mage in the lone game of the series. He farmed up a storm early on and got himself an impressive 13-minute Battle Fury. His control of the map equilibrium really helped Immortals have a fighting chance in the uphill game. He racked up seven kills and had the highest net worth in the game but his team was a non-factor as SG eventually ran away late.
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Dota 2
Immortals picks up Team Phoenix
September 13, 2017
Immortals announced via their official Twitter that they had acquired the Team Phoenix roster to compete for the upcoming Dota2 season.
ANALYSIS
Immortals who have been a powerhouse in other esports is finally stepping into the Dota2 scene. Their roster was once an incredibly powerful SEA team, but, now reunited, Immortals will bring the team to compete in the North American region.
Dota 2
MVP Phoenix reunite as Team Phoenix
September 7, 2017
In a tweet today, QO confirmed the roster for a new Korean team. Team Phoenix will consist of QO, MP, ForEV, DuBu, and Febby.
ANALYSIS
This roster comes as excellent news for any fans of the classic MVP.Phoenix lineups that took western fans by storm. The Korean squad became famous for their style of hyper-aggressive play, coined 'caveman Dota'. The individual members of the team failed to find the same success on their own, so this new team's success will be very important.