Immortals, yet another team to adjust their roster post Valorant’s First Strike in a bid to ready up for Valorant’s 2021 season.
Jason ‘Jmoh’ Mohandessi on his Twitter has announced about his exit from Immortal’s Pro Valorant team after the 21yo North American was allowed to explore other options.
Since Valorant’s First Strike ended, a plethora of roster changes have been witnessed among the teams including Cloud9 benching their In-Game leader ‘Josh “shinobi” Abastado along with the report of Davidp being excluded from the starting five of G2 Esports.
Immortals had earlier managed to qualify for their First Strike, the team was sent packing by Pujan ‘FNS’ Mehta’s side in the first round itself.
Though they lost their two key players, Peter “Asuna” Mazuryk and Quan “Dicey” Tran to 100 Thieves in October, the North American side still managed to put up a daunting performance.
At IMT, Jmoh was acknowledged as a ‘Jett main’ but now the latter has decided to take up “any duelist roles” for other teams.
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