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Immortals adds Destinyy to CS:GO roster

Immortals added destinyy to its CS:GO roster

Immortals has added Lucas “Destinyy” Bullo de Lima to its Counter-Strike roster, the organization announced Tuesday.

Destinyy most recently played for Tempo Storm, which he joined in August after playing for Luminosity and the ex-PaiN Gaming roster. With the addition of Destinyy, Immortals now has four active members in its roster with Lucas “steel” Lopes, João “horvy” Horvath, and Ricardo “boltz” Prass.

Immortals entered into a full rebuild after removing Vito “kNg” Giuseppe and benching Henrique “HEN1” Teles and Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles, who requested to leave the team after the removal of kNg. The upheaval started after those three players showed up late to Immortals’ match in the finals of DreamHack Montreal last month, prompting a forfeit of the first map (which helped lead to a 2-0 loss). KNg then threatened a Counter Logic Gaming player and was removed from the team after playing in an online match despite being suspended by the organization.

The roster turmoil led to Immortals stepping down from the EPICENTER qualifiers and receiving an exemption from the World Esports Association to continue to be able to compete in the ESL Pro League.


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