Immortals Round Out VALORANT roster

Immortals signed Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk yesterday, June 10, as its final member to its VALORANT team.

The 16-year-old Counter Strike: Global Offensive player was last seen on Triumph. His last tournament was a B-tier ESEA tournament were his team claimed one of the top two seeds for its playoffs.

Asuna is joining a team of mostly former CS:GO pros who played together in a few closed beta tournaments and invitationals.

The rest of the Immortals squad consists of Amgalan “Genghsta” Nemekhbayar, Yannick “KOLER” Blanchett,, Noah “jcStani” Smith and Joseph ” Bjor ” Bjorklund.

Immortals are seemingly going down the young and talented road to VALORANT roster building. Instead of going after established names or C-tier CS:GO pros, they are targeting young and mechanically gifted FPS players. All of the players they have signed are under 22 years old.

This is a worthy investment as there is no league system for VALORANT that could bar players under 18 from playing professionally. Immortals do not have a good reputation when it comes to CS:GO, so hopefully its investment in VALORANT goes a bit better.

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Declan McLaughlin

I am an Indiana University student with a degree in journalism and a passion for esports. I have written about multiple games, League of Legends, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate and Rocket League, for multiple media outlets. You can catch me dying first every round in VALORANT or trying to get out of Silver in League of Legends.

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