$1 Million Buyout – Immortals Psychopathic CS:GO Pros

Yes, Immortals psychopathic CS:GO pros are for sale.

Anyone out there need a knife-wielding, out-of-control CS:GO pro?

Then this is your lucky day. They’re retailing right now from out of the Immortals roster, and come in a nice set of three. Or you could buy one and get two completely free! So get your set while they’re hot and fresh.

And believe us, their knife-wielding leader can be very fresh!

A cool one million dollars for top CS:GO players

Immortals’ infamous Vito kNgV” Giuseppe took a knife to CLG’s Pujan “FNS” Mehta, chasing him through the corridors of a hotel until FNS fled for his life.

For which he was fired, of course.

I mean kNgV was fired, of course, not poor FNS.

His two team-mates, the twins Lucas “Lucas1” Teles and Henrique “Hen1” Teles, who had been waiting for an opportunity to leave the team for a long time, took this one to do so.

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Where did that leave Immortals?

Why, disintegrated, of course. The two remaining players, boltz and steel, fought on for some time at various events, alongside a number of replacements. But ultimately, boltz left to join SK Gaming, and the Immortals’ CS:GO team is nothing more than a shadow of its former self, with no international standing at all.

And now the three renegades would like to form a new team!

KNgV, Lucas1 and Hen1 are looking to form a new team with Bruno “bit” Lima of Team One.  Yes, the renegades and their knife-wielding leader want to form a brand new Brazilian squad.

And what do Immortals have to say about this?

Well, these guys are still on contract to Immortals, of course.

So Immortals have said that they will not stand in the way of the renegades’ undoubtedly-great destiny of CS:GO universe domination…

…So long, that is, as whichever team hires them pays Immortals one million dollars!

Immortals

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That makes business sense – and is a nice vengeance besides!

Think about it – first of all, no one will be likely to take Immortals’ offer.

That’s the vengeance part.

Then, in the rare instance that someone does, Immortals stand to make a million dollars! Which will go a long way towards their putting together a new CS:GO roster.

That’s the ‘business sense’ part.

So it’s a win-win situation for the Immortals side.

If vengeance is winning, of course! We really don’t think the ‘business sense’ part of the above deal is going to work out.

Let’s just hope the knife fanatic doesn’t go Osama on anyone over this.


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