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Immortals is a United States eSports organization founded in 2015 and owned by Immortals Gaming Club. 

Within the eSport industry, the Immortals brand has divided opinions. You either love them or dislike them – it’s simple yet true. 

The reason for this is that Immortals first started out as a highly engaging and fan-friendly team. However, controversy began to flare up as Immortals switched to a more ‘corporate’ way of operating, eventually purchasing OpTic in 2019. This created a negative reputation for Immortals that they were trying to ‘buy their way to success.’ 

Throughout its history, Immortals has fielded rosters across many different games. Now, though, they primarily compete in:

  • League of Legends
  • Wild Rift
  • Valorant

After a difficult first few years, it’s now fair to say that Immortals are back on track and have started to craft a more positive and prosperous future for the organization. 

If you’re a fan of Immortals (or individual players in their roster), you can join in the fanbase conversation on Twitter with the hashtag #WeAreImmortals. You can also follow their Twitter page and Instagram account.

Immortals History: 2015 – Now

In its first 18 months, Immortals quickly gained media and fan attention for being of the most ambitious and fierce teams coming up the eSports circuit. During this time, everything was looking great for Immortals, as they were very much ‘shaking up’ the industry in a positive way. 

However, it’s fair to say that things moved a little too fast, which ultimately led to the Immortals failing to earn a spot in the LCS (The League of Legends Championship Series). This was a huge shock at the time because of Immortal’s talented roster and the fact that they were expected to qualify with minimal problems. 

The perception of Immortals in the public eye also took further damage in 2019 when they purchased OpTic for somewhere reported to be in the range of $35 to $45 million (ESPN). This purchase allowed Immortals to fast-track back into the LCS. 

Despite these adverse events, Immortals has slowly started to bounce back over recent years. This is largely thanks to the investment they’ve made in League of Legends: Wilf Rift, which has a fast-growing niche audience and huge potential in the eSports market. Today, Immortals is valued at over $210 million, making it one of the most valuable eSports brands around. 

How to Bet on Immortals

If you want to bet on future Immortals matches, you can! All you need to do is place your bet now by using Thunderpick – an online eSports betting site that anyone above the legal gambling age can join.

Immortals: Divisions, Games, Rosters  

Gather around, eSports fans. It’s now time to do a run-down of the Immortals main rosters. 

League of Legends

Immortals Lol Esports last competed at LCS Summer 2022, where they finished 9th place. 

Mohamed “Revenge” Kaddoura

Top Laner for Immortals whose contract runs until 2024. 

Shane Kenneth “Kenvi” Espinoza

An impressive Jungler who joined Immortals in 2022. 

Nicholas Antonio “Ablazeolive” Abbott

At the start of the 2023 LoL season, “Ablazeolive” left Holden Guardians (after being with them for 3 years) to experience a fresh start with Immortals.

Edward “Tactical” Ra

Bot Laner for Immortals who was most notably LCS Rookie of the Year (2020). 

Kadir “Fleshy” Kemiksiz

Support player who won TCL Outstanding Rookie (Winter 2022). 


The Immortals eSports Valorant roster officially disbanded in 2023. It’s not yet known what the future holds for the brand, although try-outs are expected to resume soon. The last roster featured: 

  • Kaylen “kay” Ruddell 
  • Lydia “tupperware” Wilson
  • Jennifer “jen” Khamdaraphone
  • Jennifer “jen” Khamdaraphone”
  • “rayse” 

All of the above-mentioned players are currently looking for contracts with new Valorant eSports teams.

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