Brady ‘Agilities’ Girardi

By: EsportsOnly.Com
Apr 28, 2017

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Brady ‘Agilities’ Girardi

Brady ‘Agilities’ Girardi is a 17-years-old pro gamer that hails from Alberta, Canada. He is currently playing for Immortals Overwatch, taking on the DPS role with his favourite heroes, Genji and Pharah.

Girardi is one of the youngest players on the team capable of handling a wide range of heroes such as Reaper and Roadhog. His mother supports Brady in esports tournaments, feeling proud of what he has achieved, in fact his brother decided to use their old computer to train and play Overwatch.

Where it all began:

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Brady was a fan of Immortals following the League of Legends team in their successes and failures. He began his pro career in July 2016 with Sodipop competing in OW. He never did expect that one day he would get picked by a top team like IMT.

The Team:

Immortals was established in October 2015 based in America. The club was famous for the League of Legends success and have grown to support more squads that focus on CS:GO, VainGlory, Smash and Overwatch. The company gives young players a chance to attend school while being full-time professional gamers while helping them balance school and work.

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Immortals acquired the former Sodipop players in September 2016 to create a competitive OW lineup of their own. The roster includes GrimReality, Hyped, nomy, Aythen, Verbo and Agilities.

Competition Participation:

Ever since Girardi started competing professionally he has attended esports tournaments such as Overwatch Open NA qualifiers, King of the Hill #1, the monthly Carbon Masters, BaseTradeTV Cup.

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The latest Overwatch tournaments attended by Immortals were Overwatch Rumble, Overwatch Carbon Series and Alienware Monthly Melee: February.


Agilities and Immortals team have won their highest prize yet at the Overwatch Winter Premiere in January 2017. The unit beat Ghost Gaming with the record 3:1, proudly claiming their $40K prize.