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Immortals is a North American team.

History[]

Immortals was announced on October 7, 2015 as a new esports franchise and also the new brand of Team 8, with that roster being their first of multiple planned esports teams.[1] Soon after the team’s creation, support player Dodo8 became the team’s player manager, retiring from competitive play.[2][3] Immortals ended up with an entirely different roster from the Team 8 players that they started with: on December 8, they announced Huni, Reignover, Pobelter, WildTurtle, and Adrian as their roster for the 2016 season.[4]

2016 Season[]

2016 NA LCS Spring Split[]

Expected to be a top team in the LCS, Immortals initially exceeded all expectations as they went undefeated for the first six weeks of the season before losing one game to reigning champions Counter Logic Gaming in week 7. They won the rest of their regular season games, but as the season progressed further they looked weaker and weaker as a team, and even seemed to falter against the last-place Team Dignitas, needing to come back against them to pull out a win. With a top seed clinched into the playoffs, Immortals were guaranteed to face the lowest-seed team that won in the quarterfinals. That team ended up being Team Solomid, who were on a strong upswing after a sixth-place regular season finish. With questionable drafts including a Lucian top for Huni in game 1, Urgot mid for Pobelter in game 2, and three games of Karma support for Adrian as well as not a single contest of the strongly-in-meta Ekko, Immortals lost 3-0 to TSM. They came back the next week to beat Team Liquid and finish in third place overall.

2016 NA LCS Summer Split[]

Expectations for Immortals going into the Summer Season were again high, after they were one of only three NA teams not to change any players in the mid-season break, and while they nearly repeated their spring split record – this time dropping only two of eighteen series in the new best of 3 format as opposed to 1 best of 1 – they were indisputably the second-best team in the league. TSM with new rookie star support Biofrost went 17-1 in series, and they bested Immortals in both of their head-to-head series. Immortals still had a playoff bye, and so they were able to avoid TSM in the semis, instead facing the third-place Cloud9. In a back-and-forth five-game series, Immortals were upset and faced CLG in the third-place match, which they came back from a disastrous game 1 to win 3-2. Unfortunately, despite their combined 33-3 regular season record, Immortals only had 120 Championship Points compared to CLG’s 130, and so it was CLG who won the automatic second-place 2016 Season World Championship seed from North America. And even though Immortals had the top seed in the Regional Finals, they were upset once again by Cloud9, and their season ended short of Worlds.

2017 Season[]

2017 Preseason[]

Immortals’s one-year player contracts lapsed in November 2016, and four of their five players departed the team. Jungler Reignover first left for Team Liquid,[5][6] while top laner Huni joined three-time World Champions SK Telecom T1,[7][8] splitting up the iconic duo of two years. Veteran support Adrian moved on to Phoenix1,[9] and AD carry WildTurtle rejoined his former team, Team SoloMid.[10][11] Immortals’s head coach Dylan Falco left for Team EnVyUs,[12] leaving only Pobelter, who signed a new two-year contract,[13] on the Immortals roster from 2016.

The new roster featured a blend of veteran LCS talent and international expertise, as Immortals signed on Team Liquid’s former starting jungler Dardoch,[14] LCK veteran Flame in the top lane,[15] Hong Kong Esports support Olleh,[16] and finally Dream Team AD carry Cody Sun (formerly Massacre).[17]

Immortals’s new roster faced its first professional competition at IEM Gyeonggi in December 2016. Cloud9 had initially qualified as the second-best North American team, but then received an automatic invitation to the IEM World Championship, leaving the Gyeonggi berth to Immortals. At the South Korean tournament, Immortals bested the LMS’ J Team in both best-of-one and best-of-three, despite a loss to Samsung Galaxy, and qualified for the tournament semifinals. There, Immortals lost a series to Kongdoo Monster and were eliminated.

2017 Season[]

These five players would start the entire Spring Split for Immortals, accompanied by strategic coach Hermes, who was promoted to head coach. They established themselves as a middling team, never ending a week lower than 2-4 or higher than 5-5. Immortals entered the final week in a three way competition for the final two playoff spots with FlyQuest and Team Dignitas, sitting tied with FlyQuest for sixth, one game behind Dignitas. Immortals won their first series, which accompanied by a Dignitas loss, tied the two teams heading into their final game against one another. This meant that Immortals could guarantee a playoff berth simply by beating Dignitas. Unfortunately, they proceeded to get swept, stamping Dignitas’ playoff ticket instead. FlyQuest then only needed to win a single game against bottom tier Team Liquid to move on, and they did so, ending Immortals’ season.

Immortals made one of the biggest moves of the 2017 midseason, swapping Dardoch to Counter Logic Gaming in exchange for veteran jungler Xmithie, who’d had a disappointing Spring Split, leading all junglers in deaths. They also made a coaching change, adding former Longzhu coach SSONG. This change seemed to be just what Immortals needed, as they started the Summer Split 7-1 and spent most of it in a three way race for first with CLG and TSM. Particularly key in their success was Olleh’s development into one of the best playmaking supports in the league, especially when roaming in concert with Xmithie. The only hiccup on the way was a 0-2 week 5 in which they lost to last place Phoenix1, but Immortals rebounded after that to go 7-1 over the final four weeks to finish second, tied with TSM in match record but with a worse game score. Both Xmithie and Olleh were voted to the NALCS First Team, and SSONG was rewarded with Coach of the Split as well.

Their second place finish gave Immortals a bye to the semifinals, where they faced and easily swept a slumping CLG, who had barely made it out of the quarterfinals and were struggling to integrate rookie jungler OmarGod. This sent Immortals to the finals, in not just the first finals appearance for the organization but also the first finals appearance for a team other than TSM, CLG, or Cloud9 since Good Game University in the 2013 Spring Split. Immortals dropped the first game decisively, then struck back just as decisively in the second to grab a win, before losing the third despite opening up a sizable gold lead. In the fourth game, Immortals took a 10k gold lead in the early game, only to let it slip away later, letting TSM take the series 3-1. Despite their loss, Immortals’ 90 Championship Points would still be enough to qualify them for their organization’s first Worlds as NA’s 2nd seed.

At Worlds, they were sorted into Group B with LCK Summer champions Longzhu, GPL Summer champions GIGABYTE Marines, and Europe’s Fnatic, who had qualified through the new Play-In stage. The first week of play went well for Immortals, as they went 2-1 with their only loss coming to Longzhu, who many favored to win worlds. However, things took a turn for the worse in Week 2. With Immortals needing only to beat Gigabyte Marines to effectively clinch second seed, they lost. Immortals then faced Fnatic, who had failed to win a single game in the group stage up to that point. Taking a sizable lead, Immortals looked poised to win. However, when the team was sieging a bot lane turret with Baron buff on them, Flame overextended into the turret, getting himself killed and setting up an ace for Fnatic. Fnatic then raced to the other side of the map and despite the respawning Immortals killing four Fnatic members, ended the game. While this did not technically end Immortals’ world run, in spirit it did, as they lost again to Longzhu before losing the tiebreaker to Fnatic, failing to make it out of groups.

Immortals were not selected to be a part of the NA LCS 2018 Season, and the team disbanded in November 2017.

2019 Season[]

On June 12, it was announced that Immortals’ parent company Immortals Gaming Club had acquired Infinite Esports & Entertainment, the parent company of OpTic Gaming. The LCS team was set to rebrand in 2020, marking Immortals return to the league.[18][19]

2020 Season[]

The new Immortals roster would be led by a familiar face: Xmithie, who had previously led the team to the 2017 World Championship and was coming off a streak of four consecutive titles with Team Liquid. He was joined by veteran French top laner SOAZ, mid laner Eika, veteran bot laner Altec, and support Hakuho. Immortals started the spring split looking shaky, but managed to pick up multiple wins anyway, ending Weeks 3 and 4 tied for second place behind the dominant Cloud9. They declined after that, somewhat expectedly, but remained competitive for one of the final playoff spots, even as Altec was subbed out for Apollo. Going into Week 9, Immortals needed only a single win to clinch playoffs but faltered just before the finish line as Dignitas and Golden Guardians surged, forcing them into a three-way tiebreaker for the final playoff spot. Placed into the first round against Dignitas, Immortals were unable to reverse their slide and lost, ending their season.

Trivia[]

  • In their second game of the NA LCS 2016 Spring Split, Immortals both set the record for the fastest game to date in NA LCS history and also achieved the second perfect game ever in NA LCS history.

Timeline[]

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • 2018
  • 2019
  • 2020
  • 2021
  • October 7, Immortalslogo std.pngImmortals acquires Team 8logo std.pngTeam 8 and their NA LCS 2016 Spring slot.
    Porpoise,
    goldenglue,
    Nien,
    Dodo8, and HISTORY TEACHER (Head Coach) join.
    [20]

    e

  • October 14,
    Dodo8 retires and moves to player manager.[21][22]

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  • November (approx.), HISTORY TEACHER (Head Coach) leaves.

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  • November 15,
    goldenglue leaves.[23]

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  • November 16,
    Porpoise and
    Nien leave.

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  • December 8,
    Huni,
    Reignover,
    Pobelter,
    WildTurtle, and
    Adrian join.
    [24] Dylan Falco (Head Coach) and Robert Yip (Sport Psychology and Performance Coach) join.[25]

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  • January 7,
    Impactful and
    Jummychu join as substitutes.

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  • May 18, Jesiz (Assistant Coach) joins.[26]

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  • June 25, Dodo8 (Player Manager to Player Manager/Sub/Support) changes position.
    Impactful leaves.

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  • August (approx.), Leonyx (Creative Director) joins.

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  • November 16, Hermes (Strategic Coach) joins.[27][28]

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  • November 22,
    Adrian leaves.[29]

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  • November 23,
    Reignover leaves.[30][31]

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  • November 25, Dylan Falco (Head Coach) leaves.[32]

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  • December 1,
    Huni leaves.[33][34] Jesiz (Assistant Coach) leaves.[35]

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  • December 5,
    WildTurtle leaves.[36]

    e

  • December 7,
    Dardoch joins.
    [37]

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  • December 8,
    Cody Sun joins.
    [38][39] Massacre renames to Cody Sun.[40]

    e

  • December 9,
    Flame joins.
    [41]

    e

  • December 13,
    Olleh joins.
    [42]

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  • January (approx.), Leonyx (Creative Director to Creative Director/Sub/Bot) changes position.

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  • January 5,
    Jummychu leaves.

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  • January 18, Jish (Assistant Head Coach) joins.[43]

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  • March (approx.),
    Leonyx (Creative Director) leaves.

    e

  • March 8,
    Chorong joins as substitute.

    e

  • March 15, Swaguhsaurus (General Manager) joins.[44]

    e

  • April 27, Jish (Assistant Head Coach) leaves.[45]

    e

  • May 5, Hermes (Strategic Coach) leaves.[46]

    e

  • May 12,
    Xmithie joins.

    Dardoch leaves.[47][48]

    e

  • May 16,
    Stunt joins as substitute.
    [49] Chorong renames to AnDa.[50]

    e

  • May 18, SSONG (Head Coach) joins.[51]

    e

  • May 26, Dodo (Player Manager/Sub/Support to Team Manager) changes position.

    e

  • October 31, Lufty (Analyst) leaves.[52]

    e

  • November 1, SSONG (Head Coach), Loyota (Head Analyst), Dodo (Team Manager), and Robert Yip (Sport Psychology and Performance Coach) leave.[53][54][55][56]

    e

  • November 15,
    Olleh leaves.[57]

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  • November 20, Immortalslogo std.pngImmortals confirms exclusion from upcoming NA LCS permanent partnership system.
    Flame,
    Xmithie,
    Pobelter,
    Cody Sun,
    AnDa, and
    Stunt leave.[58][59][60]

    e

  • November 28, Swaguhsaurus (General Manager) leaves.[61]

    e

  • February 20, J.M.R. Luna (VP of Content and Production) joins.[62][63]

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  • June 29, Janook (VP of Product) leaves.[64][65]

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  • July 24, Meg Whitman (Immortals’ Board of Directors) joins.[66]

    e

  • October 13, J.M.R. Luna (VP of Content and Production) leaves.[67]

    e

  • October 26, Brian Millman (VP of Corporate Partnerships) joins.[68]

    e

  • December 19, St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital becomes a partner.[69]

    e

  • May 1, Immortals LLC, holding company of Immortals, rebrands to Immortals Gaming Club.[70][71]

    e

  • June 12, Immortals Gaming Club, parent company of Immortals, acquires Infinite Esports & Entertainment, parent company of OpTic Gaming. The LCS team is set to rebrand in 2020. Neil Leibman (IGC Board of Directors) joins.[72][73]

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  • October 9, OpTic Gaminglogo std.pngOpTic Gaming rebrands as Immortalslogo std.pngImmortals.
    Dhokla,
    Dardoch,
    Meteos,
    Crown,
    Scarlet,
    Arrow,
    Big, and Zaboutine (Head Coach) are added to the GCD.
    [74] Keaton (General Manager) joins.

    e

  • November 12, Zaboutine (Head Coach)’s joining is confirmed.[75]

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  • November 18,
    Meteos leaves.[76]

    e

  • November 20,
    Crown leaves.[77]

    e

  • November 21,
    Xmithie rejoins.
    [78]

    e

  • November 22,
    Dardoch leaves.[79]
    Xmithie’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[80]

    e

  • November 23,
    Eika joins.
    [81]

    e

  • November 25,
    Eika’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[82]

    e

  • November 27,
    Scarlet leaves.[83]

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  • December 3,
    Dhokla leaves.[84][85]

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  • December 4,
    Altec joins.
    [86]
    Hakuho joins.
    [87]

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  • December 11,
    Altec and
    Hakuho’s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[88]

    e

  • December 12,
    sOAZ joins.
    [89]
    sOAZ’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 16 November 2021.[90]

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  • December 14,
    Big leaves.[91]

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  • December 20, GotoOne (Assistant Coach) and Malaclypse (Analyst) join.[92]

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  • December 23, GotoOne (Coach)’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 17 November 2020.[93]

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  • January (approx.), Kodiak Shroyer (Director of Player Performance and Competitive Operations to VP of Competitive Operations) changes position.

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  • January 25,
    Arrow is moved to substitute in the GCD.[94]

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  • February 3, Josh Cook (VP of Content) leaves.[95]

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  • February 21,
    Arrow is removed from the GCD.[96]

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  • February 28,
    Apollo joins from academy roster.
    [97]

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  • March (approx.), Joe McMahon (Corporate Partnerships) and Kodiak Shroyer (VP of Competitive Operations) leave.

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  • March 15, Jen Neale (Public Relations and Communications Manager,Executive Assistant to CEO) leaves.[98]

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  • March 23, Jon Tuck (Chief Commercial Officer) joins.[99]

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  • June 10,
    Potluck and
    Gate join from academy roster.
    [100]

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  • June 24, Mike Schwartz (Interim General Manager) joins.[101] Zaboutine (Head Coach) and Keaton (General Manager) leave.[102]

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  • June 27,
    sOAZ,
    Potluck,
    Eika,
    Altec, and
    Gate leave for academy roster.[103]
    Allorim and
    Insanity join from academy roster.
    [104]

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  • August 31, GotoOne (Assistant Coach) leaves.[105]

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  • November 6, Guilhoto (Head Coach) joins.[106] Malaclypse (Analyst to Assistant Coach) changes position.[107] Guilhoto (Head Coach)’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 31 October 2023.[108] Malaclypse (Assistant Coach)’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 1 November 2022.[109]

    e

  • November 13,
    Insanity will remain with the team for 2021.[110]
    Insanity’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[111]

    e

  • November 14,
    Tony Top is drafted at LCS Scouting Grounds 2020 with exclusivity window ending on 24 November 2020.[112]

    e

  • November 16,
    Tony Top’s draft window is ended early without any signing.[113]
    Allorim leaves.[114]
    Xmithie leaves.[115]
    Hakuho leaves.[116]

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  • November 17,
    Revenge joins.
    [117]
    Revenge’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[118]

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  • November 20,
    Xerxe joins.
    [119]
    Xerxe’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[120]

    e

  • November 23,
    Raes and
    Destiny join.
    [121][122]

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  • December (approx.), Max Bass (Marketing Director to VP of Marketing) and Tomi (SVP, Finance and Business Development to Chief Operating Officer) change positions.

    e

  • December 2, KappaEquiscu (Data Analyst) joins.[123]
    Raes and
    Destiny’s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 15 November 2022.[124]

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  • December 4,
    Apollo leaves.[125]

    e

  • December 29,
    Revenge,
    Xerxe,
    Insanity,
    Raes, and
    Destiny’s contracts are updated in the GCD, expiring on 22 November 2022.[126]

    e

  • May 17, Jordan Sherman (Chief Commercial Officer & President) joins.[127]

    e

  • June 10,
    Pretty joins from academy roster.
    [128]

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  • June 12,
    Pretty leaves for academy roster.

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  • June 24, Malaclypse (Assistant Coach) is removed from the GCD.[129]

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  • July 9, Dardoch (Assistant Coach) joins.[130] Dardoch (Assistant Coach)’s contract is updated in the GCD, expiring on 1 October 2021.[131]

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  • August 11, Robert Yip (Head of Performance) rejoins.[132]

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Player Roster[]

Active[]

Dates:Approx|Exact

Player Name Role Contract Ends Joined

NA


Revenge Mohamed Kaddoura
Top Laner
2022-11-22

EU


Xerxe Andrei Dragomir
Jungler
2022-11-22

NA


Insanity David Challe
Mid Laner
2022-11-22

OCE


Raes Quin Korebrits
Bot Laner
2022-11-22

OCE


Destiny Mitchell Shaw
Support
2022-11-22
Note: Teams are free to switch players between their LCS and Academy League rosters as long as their roster for each game complies with the rules outlined in this article. Therefore, more players are eligible to start than are listed on this page – we will only list those that do play.

Former[]

Players are shown for the entire duration of their tenure on the team, with the role and substitute/trainee status they had upon their departure.

Dates:Approx|Exact

Player Name Role Joined Left Next Team

OCE


Pretty Prodromos Kevezitidis
Mid Laner
Jun 20212021-06-10 Jun 20212021-06-12 Immortalslogo std.pngIMT.A

NA


Apollo Apollo Price
Bot Laner
Feb 20202020-02-28 Dec 20202020-12-04 Not Academy Teamlogo std.pngNAT

NA


Allorim Kieran Logue
Top Laner
Jun 20202020-06-27 Nov 20202020-11-16 ANEW Esportslogo std.pngANW.B

NA


Tony Top Zheng Fen
Top Laner

(+)

(–)

Draft Pick

Nov 20202020-11-14 Nov 20202020-11-16 Eglogo std.pngEG.A

NA


Xmithie Jake Kevin Puchero
Jungler
Nov 20192019-11-21 Nov 20202020-11-16 Immortalslogo std.pngIMT.A

NA


Hakuho Nickolas Surgent
Support
Dec 20192019-12-04 Nov 20202020-11-16 Immortalslogo std.pngIMT.A

EU


sOAZ Paul Boyer
Top Laner
Dec 20192019-12-12 Jun 20202020-06-27 Immortalslogo std.pngIMT.A

NA


Potluck Nicholas James Joseph Pollock
Jungler
Jun 20202020-06-10 Jun 20202020-06-27 None

EU


Eika Jérémy Valdenaire
Mid Laner
Nov 20192019-11-23 Jun 20202020-06-27 Immortalslogo std.pngIMT.A

NA


Altec Johnny Ru
Bot Laner
Dec 20192019-12-04 Jun 20202020-06-27 Immortalslogo std.pngIMT.A

NA


Gate Jiajun “Austin” Yu
Support
Jun 20202020-06-10 Jun 20202020-06-27 Florida Southern Collegelogo std.pngFSC

KR


Arrow Noh Dong-hyeon (노동현)
Sub/Bot
Oct 20192019-10-09 Feb 20202020-02-21 Wildcard Gaminglogo std.pngWC

NA


Big Terry Chuong
Support
Oct 20192019-10-09 Dec 20192019-12-14 FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY.A

NA


Dhokla Niship Doshi
Top Laner
Oct 20192019-10-09 Dec 20192019-12-03 TSMlogo std.pngTSM.A

EU


Scarlet Marcel Wiederhofer
Mid Laner
Oct 20192019-10-09 Nov 20192019-11-27 EURONICS Gaminglogo std.pngESG

NA


Dardoch Joshua Hartnett
Jungler
Oct 20192019-10-09 Nov 20192019-11-22 TSMlogo std.pngTSM

KR


Crown Lee Min-ho (이민호)
Mid Laner
Oct 20192019-10-09 Nov 20192019-11-20 Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCLG

NA


Meteos William Hartman
Jungler
Oct 20192019-10-09 Nov 20192019-11-18 100 Thieveslogo std.png100

KR


Flame Lee Ho-jong (이호종)
Top Laner
Dec 20162016-12-09 Nov 20172017-11-20 FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY

NA


Xmithie Jake Kevin Puchero
Jungler
May 20172017-05-12 Nov 20172017-11-20 Team Liquidlogo std.pngTL

NA


Pobelter Eugene Park
Mid Laner
Dec 20152015-12-08 Nov 20172017-11-20 Team Liquidlogo std.pngTL

NA


Cody Sun Liyu “Cody” Sun
Bot Laner
Dec 20162016-12-08 Nov 20172017-11-20 Team Liquidlogo std.pngTL

NA


AnDa Andy Hoang
Sub/Jun
Mar 20172017-03-08 Nov 20172017-11-20 Team Liquidlogo std.pngTL

NA


Stunt William Chen
Sub/Sup
May 20172017-05-16 Nov 20172017-11-20 FlyQuestlogo std.pngFLY

KR


Olleh Kim Joo-sung (김주성)
Support
Dec 20162016-12-13 Nov 20172017-11-15 Team Liquidlogo std.pngTL

NA


Dodo Kang Jun-hyeok (강준혁)
Sub/Sup
Jun 20162016-06-25 May 20172017-05-26 Immortalslogo std.pngIMT

NA


Dardoch Joshua Hartnett
Jungler
Dec 20162016-12-07 May 20172017-05-12 Counter Logic Gaminglogo std.pngCLG

NA


Leonyx Rob Lee
Sub/Bot
≈Jan 2017≈2017-01-?? ≈Mar 2017≈2017-03-?? Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

NA


Jummychu Jose Borromeo
Sub/Bot
Jan 20162016-01-07 Jan 20172017-01-05 Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

NA


WildTurtle Jason Tran
Bot Laner
Dec 20152015-12-08 Dec 20162016-12-05 TSMlogo std.pngTSM

KR


Huni Heo Seung-hoon (허승훈)
Top Laner
Dec 20152015-12-08 Dec 20162016-12-01 SK Telecom T1logo std.pngSKT

KR


Reignover Kim Yeu-jin (김의진)
Jungler
Dec 20152015-12-08 Nov 20162016-11-23 Team Liquidlogo std.pngTL

NA


Adrian Adrian Ma
Support
Dec 20152015-12-08 Nov 20162016-11-22 Phoenix1logo std.pngP1

NA


Impactful Joshua Alan Mabrey
Sub/Bot
Jan 20162016-01-07 Jun 20162016-06-25 Echo Foxlogo std.pngFOX.A

NA


Porpoise Braeden Schwark
Jungler
Oct 20152015-10-07 Nov 20152015-11-16 Retiredlogo std.pngRetired

NA


Nien Zachary Malhas
Bot Laner
Oct 20152015-10-07 Nov 20152015-11-16 Team EnVyUslogo std.pngNV

NA


goldenglue Greyson Gregory Gilmer
Mid Laner
Oct 20152015-10-07 Nov 20152015-11-15 Emberlogo std.pngMBR

NA


Dodo8 Kang Jun-hyeok (강준혁)
Support
Oct 20152015-10-07 Oct 20152015-10-14 Immortalslogo std.pngIMT

Player League Participation[]

Playoff games are NOT included, but regular-season tiebreaker games ARE.

LCS

Organization[]

Current[]

C ID Name Position
Noah Whinston Co-Founder
ClintFoy Clinton Foy Co-Founder & Co-Owner
Peter Y. Levin Chairman of the Board of Directors
Meg Whitman Board of Directors
Neil Leibman Board of Directors
Steve Kaplan Board of Directors
Ari Segal Chief Executive Officer
Jordan Sherman Chief Commercial Officer & President
Tomi Tomi Kovanen Chief Operating Officer
William Anthony General Counsel
Karen Hennessy-Coles VP, People and Culture
Royce Wilson VP, Corporate Partnerships and Media Sales
John Tripp VP, Corporate Partnerships
Max Bass VP, Marketing
Brad Peters Director of Brand
Chun Lim Design Lead & Motion Graphics Designer
George Stafford Senior Designer
CHARLIE Charlie Siers Content Producer
Peter Lee Data Scientist
Stephanie Hawkins Corporate Partnerships Manager
Carly Beall Caroline Beall Event Operations Manager
John Alvarado 80Content Manager
Raegan Mansfield Social Media Coordinator
Meghan Anderson Partnerships Coordinator
Scott Harbert Partnership Sales Coordinator
Ryuke Jake Pedro Operations Coordinator
Robert Yip Robert Yip 80Head of Performance
Mike Schwartz Michael Schwartz Interim General Manager / Director of Competitive Esports
Guilhoto André Pereira Guilhoto 80Head Coach
Dardoch Joshua Hartnett 80Assistant Coach
KappaEquiscu Jordi Plana Data Analyst & Scouting
Ptero Sheila Content Creator

Former[]

Tournaments[]

This table shows up to the 10 most recent results. For complete results, click here.

Immortals Tournament Results – Show Prize as (LocalUSDEuros)
Date Pl Prize Event Last Result Roster
2021-08-20 5 – 6 LCS 2021 Championship
1 : 3TSMlogo std.pngTSM
 Revenge,  Xerxe,  Insanity,  Raes,  Destiny,  Guilhoto,  Dardoch
2021-08-01 7 LCS 2021 Summer
20 – 25Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Revenge,  Xerxe,  Insanity,  Pretty,  Raes,  Destiny,  Guilhoto,  Malaclypse,  Dardoch
2021-03-14 7 LCS 2021 Spring
7 – 11Blanklogo std.pngRR
 Revenge,  Xerxe,  Insanity,  Raes,  Destiny,  Guilhoto,  Malaclypse
2021-01-23 5 – 8 LCS 2021 Lock In
0 : 2100 Thieveslogo std.png100
 Revenge,  Topoon,  Potluck,  Insanity,  Pretty,  Keith,  Joey,  Guilhoto,  Malaclypse
2020-08-09 10 LCS 2020 Summer
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 sOAZ,  Allorim,  Potluck,  Xmithie,  Eika,  Insanity,  Altec,  Apollo,  Gate,  Hakuho,  Zaboutine,  GotoOne,  Malaclypse
2020-03-29 8 LCS 2020 Spring
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 sOAZ,  Xmithie,  Eika,  Altec,  Apollo,  Hakuho,  Zaboutine,  GotoOne
2017-11-04 14 – 16 $61,837$ 61,837€ 53,179.82 Worlds 2017
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 Flame,  Xmithie,  Pobelter,  Cody Sun,  Olleh,  SSONG
2017-09-03 2 $50,000$ 50,000€ 42,150 NA LCS 2017 Summer Playoffs
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 Flame,  Xmithie,  Pobelter,  Cody Sun,  Olleh,  SSONG
2017-08-06 2 NA LCS 2017 Summer
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 Flame,  Xmithie,  Pobelter,  Cody Sun,  Olleh,  SSONG,  Robert Yip,  Dodo
2017-03-26 7 NA LCS 2017 Spring
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 Flame,  Dardoch,  Pobelter,  Cody Sun,  Olleh,  Hermes
Total Prize:USD 111,837

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  • October 7, Why L.A. tech, media and financial executives are buying an eSports team by Paresh Dave on the LA Times

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  • October 7, Immortals esports team raises money from an elite investment consortium by Dean Takahashi on Venture Beat

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  • October 7, Meet the Immortals, the venture capital-funded esports franchise that bought Team 8’s LCS spot by Samuel Lingle on the Daily Dot

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  • November 18, CEO of Immortals—”We really need to reorient the way we think about esports” with , and on the Daily Dot

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  • December 8, Immortals: Here We Stand by , and on Immortals_gg

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  • December 8, Immortals CEO Noah Whinston on signing both Huni and Reignover: ‘Together they’re more than great’ with Kelsey Moser on theScore Esports

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  • December 8, Immortals: Exploring the Team Dynamic by Naser “Empyre” Al-Naqi on Splyce

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  • December 10, Meet the Immortals coaching and managerial staff Daily Dot Esports Daily Dot Esports with , and on Daily Dot

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  • December 12, Sessions featuring Immortals CEO Noah Whinston: “I barely had to sell a single one of my investors on eSports.” with , and on News of Legends

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  • December 15, Immortals CEO on Building IMT And “We Are Not the Team That Offered the Highest Salaries to Huni and Reignover” with Travis Gafford on Gamespot

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  • January 27, We are the coaching staff of Immortals, AUA! with , and on reddit

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  • February 1, Immortals Head Coach Dylan on Leading the Team and Facing Locodoco Next Week with , and on G|League

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  • February 4, Dorm Room CEOs: Meet Noah Whinston, 21, Who Launched An E-Sports Franchise with Amy Diluna on NBC News

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  • February 4, The future history of Immortals by Paul Marshall on LoL Esports

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  • February 5, Immortals House Tour With Host Wildturtle by , and on G|League

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  • February 5, Snoopeh: I want Immortals to lose by Stephen “Snoopeh” Ellis on ESPN

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  • February 21, Immortals head coach Dylan Falco on how their hot streak is a team effort with , and on The Score

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  • February 24, Immortals CEO Noah Whinston on his move into eSports, the team’s success & the future of eSports with , and on The Score

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  • March 2, League of Legends Immortals: Origin Story with Travis on Yahoo Esports

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  • March 2, League of Legends Immortals: Future Perfect with Travis on Yahoo Esports

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  • March 2, League of Legends Immortals: Present Day with Travis on Yahoo Esports

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  • March 4, Coach Robert Yip explains how he applies his sports training background to IMT with Travis on Yahoo Esports

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  • March 4, Immortals CEO on the past, present, and future of the organization with Travis on Yahoo Esports

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  • April 8, [LoL]Immortal’s Top 5 Plays from the 2016 Spring Split by , and on The Score

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  • April 8, NA LCS semifinal preview: Team SoloMid vs. Immortals by Tyler Erzberger on ESPN

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  • April 8, Emily Rand’s NA LCS Semifinals Preview: TSM and Immortals, something old and something new by Emily Rand on The Score

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  • April 21, Immortals house tour: Summer Split edition by , and on Yahoo Esports

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  • May 25, Summer 2016 NA LCS Team-by-Team Preview Day Three: Immortals (Podcast) by Rough Drafts on Soundcloud

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  • June 28, IMT coach Dylan Falco says that the new LCS format encourages new strategies and experimentation with , and on Yahoo!

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  • July 7, The Importance of Positive Environments: TSM, IMT, C9 by poetanarchy on Esports Heaven

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  • July 13, Scarra talks to Immortals coach Dylan Falco about coaching in the NA LCS and playing more controlled with , and on The Score

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  • August 2, Immortals Coach: ‘We have pretty high expectations of our team and we would have liked to get first place’ with , and on Yahoo!

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  • August 4, Noah Whinston on managing Immortals, investing in the scene and the biggest lesson he’s learned with , and on The Score

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  • August 10, I’m Noah Whinston, CEO of Immortals. AMA with , and on reddit (CS:GO)

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  • August 10, I’m Noah Whinston, CEO of Immortals. AMA with , and on reddit (League of Legends)

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  • September 9, How can TL, NV, and IMT make it to Season 7 Worlds? by Ryan Tang on GAMURS

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  • September 27, An Immortal Fallacy: Why IMT isn’t ready for Worlds by The Game Haus Staff on The Game Haus

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  • December 7, Noah and Dardoch on the jungler joining IMT, his growth as a person, and 2017 goals with , and on Yahoo!

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  • January 6, Road to Season Seven: Immortals by Malcolm Abbas on GAMURS

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  • January 9, Flame or flop: How Immortals can make Flame work by Kelsey Moser on Yahoo Esports

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  • January 27, Immortals’ Hermes — ‘It’s about securing the superior position every single moment of the game’ with , and on ESPN

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  • February 1, NALCS Teams On the Hot Seat by Christian Marcale on The Game Haus

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  • February 9, Immortals and the core player shortcut by Kelsey Moser on Yahoo Esports

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  • February 15, NALCS Teams on the Rise: Echo Fox and Immortals by Christian Marcale on The Game Haus

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  • February 21, Immortals Coach Robert Yip on Dardoch’s reformation process and Flame’s team integration with , and on Yahoo Esports

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  • March 14, The Immortals Bot Lane Is Stepping Up with Xander Torres on Red Bull

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  • March 22, Immortals Coach Robert Yip on this year’s team: “We need people who will rock the boat” with Zing Li on Dot Esports

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  • April 14, Imt Noah Whinston on Spring Split, the collapse of NA sponsorships, & his hope for LCS ‘franchising’ with , and on Yahoo Esports

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  • April 20, Immortals CEO Noah Whinston talks becoming a “fan-first” org, plus a major overhaul of IMT’s brand with , and on Blitz Esports

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  • May 4, Noah Whinston on how esports branding and fandom could learn from the WWE with , and on Blitz Esports

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  • May 18, Immortals CEO on Coach SSONG, parting ways with Dardoch, and signing Xmithie with , and on Yahoo Esports

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  • May 19, Slingshot Questionnaire with Immortals manager Nick Phan with , and on Slingshot Esports

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  • June 1, TSM Reginald, IMT Noah, and Riot discuss Permanent Partnerships and the new Player’s Association with , and on Yahoo Esports

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  • June 8, A joint interview with IMT Flame and Coach Robert Yip: “I want to become the best top laner in NA” with , and on Inven Global

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  • June 9, Immortals’ CEO speaks on an incredible LCS week 1 with Mike Studds on Red Bull Esports

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  • June 14, Immortals Is Leading the Charge for Player Welfare by Xander Torres on Red Bull Esports

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  • June 26, Can the Immortals Be Slain this Summer? by Xander Torres on Red Bull Esports

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  • July 1, Interview with IMT’s duo, Cody Sun and Olleh with DreXxiN on Esports Heaven

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  • July 4, Splyce and Immortals CEOs talk NA LCS franchising with Mike Stubbs on Red Bull Esports

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  • July 23, Can a new team break into Worlds for North America? by Christian Marcale on The Game Haus

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  • August 4, Immortals’ rebound: How Ssong’s coaching took IMT to the top of the table by , and on theScore esports

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  • August 7, NA LCS Playoffs team breakdown by Zack Davis on The Game Haus

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  • August 30, NA LCS Finals preview by Christian Marcale on The Game Haus

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  • September 4, NA LCS Finals: The Old Guard shows that even Immortals bleed by Jared MacAdam on The Game Haus

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  • September 13, Worlds 2017 group B preview by Christian Marcale on The Game Haus

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  • September 14, (Moment of Truth) Immortals’ Boot Camp in Korea: Olleh Has Had a Hidden Secret? with , and on Inven Global

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  • October 17, Worlds 2017: North America’s prophecy by Michael Lee on The Game Haus

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  • October 18, Theories on IMT’s departure from the NA LCS – Travis Talks with , and on Travis Gafford

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  • October 19, Immortals out of the NA LCS is a black eye to the league by Tyler Erzberger on ESPN

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  • April 13, An Echo of Immortals in the 2018 Spring Split by Thomas Baker on The Game Haus

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  • June 24, 2017 NA LCS Worlds Qualifiers – Where Are They Now? by Thomas Baker on The Game Haus

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  • January 14, Look into Immortals’ Season Kickoff at Button Mash as they return to the LCS Spring 2020 by Parkes Ousley on Inven Global

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  • January 17, Immortals Brings a French Flavor to LCS 2020 by Thomas Baker on The Game Haus

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  • February 6, Southern California Toyota Signs On as Exclusive Automotive Partner for Immortals by Thomas Baker on The Game Haus

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  • July 3, IMT GM explains how Immortals is trying to fix their turmoil and what to expect going forward with Travis Gafford on YouTube

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  • July 4, Immortals interim GM: “For the remainder of the [LCS Summer Split], we’ll be testing and evaluating all positions” with Tyler Esguerra on Dot Esports

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  • July 14, TSM vs IMT questions the skill gap between LCS and Academy by , and on Inven Global

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  • July 17, Allorim talks facing TSM, his unique champ pool, meta discussions with EU pros with Travis Gafford on YouTube

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  • July 20, Summoning Insight ft. Allorim & André Guilhoto with Montecristo & Thorin on Summoning Insight

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  • July 21, Summoning Insight S3E6: Summer Split Roster Shifts (ft. Guilhoto and Allorim) by MonteCristo and Thorin on YouTube

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  • August 19, GOOD MORNING ESPORTS! w. Ovilee ft. IMT Allorim & Fusion FunnyAstro by Ovilee May on YouTube

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  • February 24, Revenge reflects back on his tweets on Import Rule, elaborates on the potential impacts with Travis Gafford on YouTube

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  • February 26, The Crack Down S02E05 ft. IMT Revenge – “I Was Told My Spot In The Team Wasn’t Secured” by IWDominate & Thorin on YouTube

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  • March 4, IMT Destiny explains the relationship all OCE pros have in the LCS and their history together with Travis Gafford on YouTube

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  • March 23, How did Team Liquid BEAT TSM in the LCS Playoffs? – Summoning Insight S4E3 (feat. Guilhoto) by MonteCristo & Thorin on YouTube

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  • June 7, IMT Insanity: “We are not a 10th place team that people may view us as.” with Sage Datuin on esports.gg

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  • June 10, IMT Xerxe on Less Scrims Affecting Champ Pools, XP Changes in Jungle, and Ganking Losing Lanes with Izento (Esports Heaven) on YouTube

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  • June 16, IMT Revenge: “Your reddit reputation is looked at as a way to get a job in esports” with Sage Datuin on esports.gg

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  • June 17, LCS coach Guilhoto on his crazy new plan to reward Academy players with LCS time with Travis Gafford on YouTube

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  • June 23, Revenge on why Immortals 0-3 week “was one of the most stressful weeks of my life” with Travis Gafford on YouTube

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  • June 28, IMT Guilhoto: “Culture to me is about how the players interact with each other in a natural setting.” with Sage Datuin on esports.gg

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  • June 28, “To be honest with you, I think the gap is closed” – IMT Guilhoto on the top 4 and other teams with dGon (VENN Esports) on YouTube

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  • June 29, Fnatic Roster Moves; LCS Benching Madness – Summoning Insight S4E13 (feat. YamatoCannon and Revenge) by MonteCristo & Thorin on YouTube

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  • July 4, IMT Insanity: “I don’t think the imports…are unbeatable – it’s just harder for people in NA.” with dGon (VENN Esports) on YouTube

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  • July 9, IMT Xerxe: “There are times I even consider myself a rookie, I do not feel like a veteran.” with Sage Datuin on esports.gg

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  • July 9, The Mid-Game Ep. 2 w/ IMT Guilhoto [EXTENDED CUT] with dGon (VENN Esports) on YouTube

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  • July 11, IMT Xerxe on NA issues “IMO I don’t think ping is that big of an issue” with dGon (VENN Esports) on YouTube

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  • July 18, IMT Revenge after CLG’s huge throw with dGon (VENN Esports) on YouTube

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  • July 20, IMT Destiny with his unique take on the difference between NA and EU with dGon (VENN Esports) on YouTube

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  • July 26, IMT Insanity: “I don’t feel sixth seed matters very much to us.” with Sage Datuin on esports.gg

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  • August 19, The Crack Down S02E26 ft. Immortals Coach Guilhoto – “G2 Fans are DELUSIONAL!” by IWDominate & Thorin on YouTube

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  1. Gaming, Tech, Media & Sports Executives Launch eSports Franchise “Immortals” twitlonger.com
  2. Dodo8 ends his playing career, moves on to player management dailydot.com
  3. Immortals’s Tweet twitter.com
  4. Huni, Pobelter, WildTurtle headline star-studded Immortals roster dailydot.com
  5. Goodbye and good luck, Reignover! immortals.gg
  6. Reignover set to join Team Liquid, sources say espn.com
  7. Farewell, Huni! immortals.gg
  8. SK Telecom T1’s Tweet twitter.com
  9. Goodbye Adrian, Thanks for All the Support! immortals.gg
  10. Goodbye WildTurtle: Flashing Into a Bright Future immortals.gg
  11. TSM Brings Back WildTurtle riftherald.com
  12. Dylan Falco to Coach EnVyUs thescoreesports.com
  13. Pobelter Signs Two Year Contract immortals.gg
  14. Welcome to the Team Dardoch immortals.gg
  15. The Future is Bright: Welcome Flame to the Team! immortals.gg
  16. Introducing Olleh as the Immortals Support! immortals.gg
  17. Welcome Cody Sun as the new IMT ADC! immortals.gg
  18. IMMORTALS GAMING CLUB ACQUIRES INFINITE ESPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT, PARENT OF OPTIC GAMING igc.gg
  19. IMMORTALS GAMING CLUB ACQUIRES INFINITE ESPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT, PARENT OF OPTIC GAMING immortals.gg
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  26. 26.0 26.1 Jesiz joins as Assistant Coach facebook.com
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  37. 37.0 37.1 Welcome to the Team Dardoch immortals.gg
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  40. Welcome the new Immortals ADC: Cody Sun! youtube.com
  41. 41.0 41.1 The Future is Bright: Welcome Flame to the Team! immortals.gg
  42. 42.0 42.1 Introducing Olleh as the Immortals Support! immortals.gg
  43. Welcome our new Assistant LoL Coach: Jish! immortals.gg
  44. Announcing Nick Phan as our new General Manager! immortals.gg
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