FlyQuest have acquired the contract of support William "Stunt" Chen from Immortals, sources told ESPN.
Stunt is likely to start for FlyQuest over Daerek "LemonNation" Hart, who has competed with the team since it started as Cloud9 Challenger. Whether LemonNation will remain with the team, as either a coach or substitute, is currently uncertain.
The sale of his contract, which lasts until the end of the 2019 season, will complete the dissolution of the Immortals League of Legends roster.
Immortals sold the other four of its players that remain under contract until 2018 and 2019 -- Jake "Xmithie" Puchero, Andy "AnDa" Hoang, Eugene "Pobelter" Park and Cody Sun -- to Team Liquid on Saturday, sources told ESPN.
Other players Lee "Flame" Ho-jong and Kim "Olleh" Joo-sung were released into free agency last week.
Immortals was denied entry to the North American League Championship Series in October and will now be entitled to an exit payment of approximately $2.85 million -- the most out of all the LCS and Challenger Series teams who were not accepted into the league -- as a result of offloading their roster. Immortals declined to comment.
FlyQuest launched in December with the acquisition of Cloud9 Challenger, its League Championship Series spot and four of its roster for a total price of $2.5 million by Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Wesley Edens. The team took fourth and seventh in the 2017 spring and summer splits respectively.
FlyQuest declined to comment.