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Immortals to enter VALORANT scene

Immortals esports has announced it’s new roster for Riot Games’ upcoming VALORANT League.

More and more organisations have been introducing their VALORANT rosters since the closed beta launch. The latest organisation to include themselves to the new title was Immortals. The organisation recently revealed their new roster for the VALORANT scene, featuring five players in the lineup.

Immortals’ new roster includes Amgalan “Genghsta” Nemekhbayar, Noah “jcStani” Smith, Yannick “KOLER” Blanchette, and Joseph “Bjor” Bjorklund. According to the organisation, all of their new members have been former CS:GO players in their past. Immortals’ lineup is still missing one more member until it finalises. This means that the organisation will likely announce a mystery name in the near future.

With Immortals, Riot Games’ new title VALORANT now has three big organisations lining up for its competitive scene. T1 and Sentinels also had revealed their VALORANT rosters in the recent weeks. The title is currently in its closed beta phase, Riot told that they are going to begin the open beta the next month on 2 June. Until then, the organisations are prepping their professional rosters for the future tournaments.

T1 and Sentinels

Besides Immortals, there had been two other big names in the VALORANT’s professional scene. T1 and Sentinels had announced their lineup with some of the former star players from CS:GO and Overwatch scene in the previous weeks. T1’s roster featured Braxton “brax” Pierce and Keven “AZK” Larivière. Three months ago, brax had told his plans to move on from the CS:GO scene. He said that he wanted to make a fresh start in VALORANT. Sentinels, on the other hand, brought Jay “sinatraa” Won to their roster. Sinatraa was previously playing in Overwatch League. Much like brax, he had decided to leave Overwatch to play in VALORANT.

Immortals and the other organisation also have a bunch of fresh names in their VALORANT lineups. The new names are likely going to contribute positively towards to the VALORANT professional scene. The fresh names will be training in the rosters alongside the former star players, growing the new title’s esports scene.

You might also read: Immortals’ Kubz leaves North American League

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