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Immortals complete their roster by signing Olleh

The team even released a video to welcome him.

Immortals have just acquired Kim "Olleh" Joo-sung, as announced on their official site, along with a welcome video.

Four out of five players had previously been signed, so Olleh completes the roster as a support player, although the team are still waiting for Riot approval, which shouldn't be an issue. Olleh has previously been with Hong Kong Esports and paiN Gaming, and Immortals will surely hope this experience converts into success with them.

"We built the Immortals roster as one with a solid skill floor and high growth potential. Olleh's communication skills and diverse experience are vital pieces to helping us reach that peak," said Immortals CEO Noah Whinston.

Immortals also say that they hope their coaching staff and infastructure will help Olleh "adjust to this new environment", as their intention is to compete "at the highest levels of League." Do you think Olleh can be successful in the Immortals team, having not been with a European team before?

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