Lucas “steel” Lopes has been transferred from Immortals to Team Liquid, less than a day after Team Liquid placed in the top four of the iBUYPOWER Masters.

Peter “stanislaw” Jarguz departs Liquid’s roster after playing with them for nine months. Initially, stanislaw was brought to Liquid to bring an element of leadership to the team. Later this year, Nick “nitr0” Cannella took up the role of in game leader, which meant that stanislaw was allowed to focus on lurking.

This roster move would come as a relief for steel, since Immortals have been suffering from roster stability issues ever since the departure of kNg, and later on HEN1 and LUCAS1.

Steel will be unable to participate in the ELEAGUE Boston Major Main Qualifier due to roster locks, but will debut for Team Liquid at IEM Oakland.

Wilton “zews” Prado, Team Liquid’s coach, will step in and play for Liquid as they attempt to qualify for the ELEAGUE Boston Major.

Photo Credit: Team Liquid

 

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