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Stunt joins Immortals as substitute support

One of the best rookies from the Spring Split joins a new team.

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Immortals has added support William “Stunt” Chen and jungler Andy “AnDa” Hoang to its League of Legends roster as substitutes, the team announced in a press release Tuesday. Stunt will back-up Kim “Olleh” Joo-sung, while AnDa will play behind new signee Jake “Xmithie” Puchero.

“Our organization hasn’t been solely focused on more than just one Split or even one year of the LCS, but instead on building something that can last for a lifetime,” Immortals CEO Noah Whinston said in the release. “Bringing AnDa and Stunt into the fold reiterates our commitment to this path and gives us the privilege to nurture the next generation of North American talent.”

This is the fifth different NA LCS organization in the 21-year-old Stunt’s career, after previous stints with Echo Fox, Team Liquid (on the Academy team), Team Dignitas and Phoenix1. He was one of the top-performing rookies in the NA LCS last split, posting a 13-3 record with P1 and Dignitas across both the regular split and playoffs with a 3.9 regular season KDA.

AnDa, previously known as Chorong, is the cousin of FlyQuest top laner An “Balls” Le. AnDa played for Dream Team during the 2016 NA Challenger season.