Immortals have signed Lucas ‘destinyy’ Bullo, bringing their Counter-Strike: Global Offensive roster back up to four players.
Bullo joins from fellow Brazilian outfit Tempo Storm, and he’ll be taking the role of entry fragger for Immortals, playing alongside fellow new signing Joao ‘Horby’ Horvath and original players Ricardo ‘boltz’ Prass and Lucas ‘steel’ Lopes. You’ll be able to see the line-up during their ECS season four matches taking place this weekend.
The Teles twins, Lucas ‘Lucas1’ and Henrique ‘Hen1’ Teles, remain on the team’s bench in protest over the team’s treatment of Vito ‘kNg’ Giuseppe, who was dropped by the organisation for playing while on a suspension given for issuing a death threat on Twitter to Pujan ‘FNS’ Mehta, after Mehta tweeted alleging that several members of Immortals were hungover when they beat CLG at Dreamhack Montreal.
The fifth player for the lineup hasn’t been announced yet as the organisation claim they’re still trialing players to find a good fit. Currently, Bruno ‘shz’ Martinelli from Tempo Storm is acting as a stand-in, and is competing with the team in their ESL Pro League matches.
Several different names have been linked to the team’s fifth slot, but by replacing three of their active players, Immortals have forfeit their automatic qualification for the next Major. Many eyes in the CS:GO scene are on Immortals now to see if their new line-up, however it shakes up, will reach the same level of competitive success as the previous line-up.