David ‘nomy’ Ramirez

By: EsportsOnly.Com
Apr 27, 2017

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David ‘nomy’ Ramirez

David ‘nomy’ Ramirez is a Mexican pro gamer who takes on the position of tank for Immortals Overwatch roster. He is known to play aggressively with the champion, Reinhardt performing his best game plays to lead his team to win matches.

Ramirez is very patriotic about his homeland and will gladly represent his country in the esports world stage. Nomy is very dedicated and passionate about gaming that no matter what obstacles he come across, these will not stop him from playing Overwatch.

Where it all began:

Overwatch video game

David started playing Overwatch with his friends in the open beta, the online OW version, a week before the official release in May 2016. Trying out the game he made new contacts with other gamers and befriended Dcop who had the brilliant idea to create a new esports team, Sodipop.

The Team:

Immortals esports company was founded in October 2015 starting out with a League of Legends squad for which they are famous. The American association has grown to support other units that specialise in video games like CS:GO, Vain Glory, Smash and Overwatch.

Immortals OW team4

In September 2016, Immortals signed on the former Sodipop roster in time to compete in their first esports tournament the Overwatch Open. At the moment the lineup includes nomy, GrimReality, Agilities, Hypes, Aythen and Verbo.

Competition Participation:

Overwatch Rumble event2

Nomy and IMT OW team have attended the most recent matches like the Overwatch Rumble, OW Carbon Series, Alienware Monthly Melee: February, BaseTradeTV Cup, Carbon Masters November and many more. Immortals Overwatch team have beaten some of the top esports teams like Luminosity Gaming, Selfless Gaming and Cloud 9.


The highest reward won by nomy and his Immortals team was the Overwatch Winter Premiere. The team beat Ghost Gaming with the ending result of 3:1, with their heads held high they took home a prize of $40K.