Immortals Signs Wild Rift Roster Ahead of Summoner Series 2021 Major 3 with Two New Members

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Immortals Finalizes Wild Rift Roster Ahead of Summoner Series 2021 Major 3 By Signing Two New Members

John Dave Rossel
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The American esports organization, Immortals finalized its League of Legends: Wild Rift roster by adding a new support player and coach.
The team announced on 9th Sept 2021 its acquisition of the rookie, Ethan “Charm” Lin, and new coach, PYU.
Immortals will be looking to come back stronger in the upcoming third major of the Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021 which is scheduled to begin on 18th Sept 2021.

The American esports organization, Immortals finalized its League of Legends: Wild Rift roster by adding a new support player and a coach. The team announced on 9th Sept 2021 its acquisition of the rookie, Ethan “Charm” Lin, and new coach, PYU. The team is grinding hard in the Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021, finishing fourth place in the first major while securing third place in the second major. With its promising rookie, Immortals' Wild Rift roster will be coming back stronger in the upcoming third major of the Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021 which is scheduled to begin on 18th Sept 2021.

Immortals to participate in the Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021: Major 3 with a revamped team roster

Immortals hopped into the Wild Rift esports scene with a big announcement, revealing that they have acquired the former Mobile Legends streamer and pro player, Gosu Hoon. However, despite acquiring one of the most experienced players in the mobile MOBA esports scene, the team is yet to find success in the ongoing esports event, the Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021.

The team had a decent run in the tournament despite not securing first place in the two recently concluded majors of the tournament. Immortals settled for a fourth-place finish in the first major while securing third place in the second major. The tournament is down to its third and final major, the last chance for Immortals to try and secure a first-place finish.

The team underwent a slight roster update after the second major of the Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021 Major 3, welcoming a new support player and a coach. To fill in the gap that was left by its former player, Lebmont, Immortals adds a rookie player to its roster, Charm. The 16-year-old rookie is reportedly ranked one in the North American (NA) Wild Rift server while also ranked 14 in the Americas server.

The Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021 Major 3 will kick off on 18th Sept 2021 and will feature eight North American teams competing for a spot in the grand finale of the Summoner Series. The $10,000 USD prize pool will be divided amongst the top four teams of the third major as well as securing a slot in the upcoming Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021 Finals, also known as Wild Rift NA Regional Championship.

It will be interesting to see if Immortals’ Wild Rift roster will be able to impress the fans this time around and secure its ticket to the grand finals of the Wild Rift Summoner Series 2021.

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John is a mobile esports writer for AFK Gaming that specializes in Wild Rift and Mobile Legends, whilst also maintaining an overview of the Free Fire, COD Mobile and PUBG Mobile esports scenes.