João ‘horvy’ Horvath is a 19-year-old professional esports player that hails from Brazil. He currently trains Counter-Strike Global Offensive on behalf of his team, Immortals, taking on the position of support rifler and sniper.
Gaming aside, Horvath loves to eat pizza and drink with his friends. In his spare time, he likes to go out riding his motorcycle, play football with his teammates or perhaps practice his shooting skills. He is considered to be a young mechanically skilled player showing off his gameplays of a Glock ace on Cobblestone.
Where it all began:
Horvath always liked video games from a very young age. While at school his friends would mention Counter-Strike: Global Offensive and he decided to try it out himself. Following other professional CS: GO teams in events, implementing their strategies to fight against the terrorists.
Horvy pursued his gaming career when he was 18 years old, competing seriously in CS: GO for Needjobs in June 2016. Improving on his playstyle, João has played for CNB Esports Club, INTZ, Remo Brave and T Show. A new face in the esports scene, Horvath is set to make a name for himself and bring his team to new heights.
Immortals is a North American gaming company that was founded in October 2015 with a mission to strengthen and sustain esports growth with competitive rosters of their own. IMT is famous for their League of Legends success, supporting teams in CS: GO, OverWatch, Super Smash Bros and VainGlory.
The Tempo Storm CS: GO roster was acquired by Immortals in June 2016. From the competitions IMT have attended, the squad raised $566K in total earnings as of October 2017. The IMT Counter-Strike lineup consists of steel as in-game Leader, horvy, destinyy, zqk and shz.
Competition Participation and Winnings:
On behalf of Immortals, Horvath participated in esports events such as the most recent qualifying matches, ESL Pro League Season 6 – North America, WESG 2017 Brazil qualifier and the Americas Minor Championship 2018 Boston.
The greatest win yet for Horvy so far in his gaming profession was at the minor tournament, 4Gamers OMEN CS: GO Masters – Lisbon. João was competing for K1ck Esports Club but lost to Space Soldiers in the finals, claiming a prize of $2k.
Playing competitive Counter-Strike since 2016, he developed his fighting skills and game plays to be a part of the best team, Immortals. He has yet to make a name for himself, proving his gaming worth on the world stage to all esports fans.