During 2016, Immortals earned a substantial amount of praise for being a successful rookie organization. Our regular season records of 17-1 in Spring and 16-2 in Summer earned us a good deal of excitement from fans and analysts. We’re proud of our players, but the truth is, they couldn’t have done it alone: Dylan Falco, our coach, was a crucial part of everything we achieved during our first year in the LCS. While we weren’t able to crack the semi-final barrier, we are proud of what we managed to achieve in our rookie year as an organization, and Dylan was an important part of our success. Dylan Falco is moving on and looking for new opportunities, and we’d like to acknowledge his hard work and dedication.
Thank you, Dylan, for everything you did for Immortals.
As our coach, Dylan worked tirelessly to create a positive practice environment for our team. He worked with players both individually and as a squad, and enabled Immortals to achieve the success that we did. “I’m proud of what the Immortals players and staff accomplished this year,” Falco said in a post on his Twitter. “Although we had a disappointing end to the 2016 season, the level of domestic success we accomplished was far above what I expected from a new organization, staff and roster. Seeing the organization grow to where it is now was a great thing to be a part of, and I’m thankful for the opportunity.”
We’re thankful to have had the chance to work with Dylan and we wish him the best moving forward. As we head into 2017, Immortals will continue to highly value coaching, as evidenced by our experienced competitive staff:
- Robert “RobertYip” Yip (Head Coach)
- David “Hermes” Tu (Strategic Coach)
- Brendan “Loyotalol” Schilling (Head Analyst)
- Jun “Dodo8” Kang (Team Manager)