Set to lose their Major spot, Immortals have suffered yet another blow in Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.

The organization forfeited their remaining matches in ECS season four the other day after being not able to field an qualified roster from their authorized lineup. Since every player previously within the Immortals’ active roster aren’t playing for the organization anymore, they’ve given every group in the 10-team league two free wins.

“Due to becoming unable to play with more than 60 percent of their original roster Immortals have forfeited all of their ECS maps, ” ECS said on Twitter yesterday.

Originally, Immortals began ECS season four in October with Vito “kNg” Giuseppe, Lucas “LUCAS1” Teles, Henrique “HEN1” Teles, Ricardo “boltz” Prass, as well as Lucas “steel” Lopes. But after a period of controversy involving kNg, LUCAS1, and HEN1 escalated to the point of their departure from the Cheap CSGO Skins energetic roster, boltz as well as steel were the remaining players. Steel was then transferred to Group Liquid a month later on, after the North American squad decided to move Philip “stanislaw” Jarguz to the bench.

Immortals' roster now entirely of up-and-coming Brazilian players: João "horvy" Horvath, Lucas "destinyy" Bullo, Caio "zqk" Fonseca, and Bruno "shz" Martinelli.

The only remaining components from the preliminary roster are boltz, who has been going to events as a financed stand-in for SK Gaming, and coach Rafael “zakk” Fernandes. Boltz is likely to sign with SK following the Boston Major in January, replacing João "felps" Vasconcellos on two-time Major-winning roster.