S1mple Talks About Tough Interval Confronted by Na’Vi in First Half of 2021


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S1mple Talks About Tough Interval Confronted By Na’Vi In First Half Of 2021

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S1mple speaks his thoughts on numerous subjects.

Na’Vi star AWPer, s1mple talks in regards to the troublesome interval that the crew went via within the first half of 2021.

He refers back to the interval the place flamie was changed by b1t on the energetic CS:GO roster and the way the crew took its time adapting to this modification.

S1mple goes on to speak about loads of different issues just like the roles of the 2 crew psychologists, Na’Vi bootcamp, and extra.

Na’Vi star AWPer, Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev was in chic kind in opposition to Fnatic, as they kicked off their ESL Professional League Season 14 marketing campaign with a win. Whereas Na’Vi are performing very well as a crew proper now, issues have been a bit shaky within the first half of the yr as Valerii “b1t” Vakhovskyi had simply been launched to the crew’s energetic roster. Speaking on the identical subject, s1mple expressed that it’s all the time troublesome for a crew when a brand new participant joins, practising all the pieces from scratch, getting the teamplay going. Nevertheless, Na’Vi appears to have discovered its rhythm, having gained two consecutive CS:GO tournaments in a row, together with IEM Cologne 2021.

The 23-year-old spoke about loads of different issues like how he spent his participant break, preparation for ESL Professional League S14, and even a number of phrases in regards to the new crew psychologist.

S1mple talks about issues confronted by Na’Vi in early 2021

The Ukrainian star, whereas talking in regards to the troublesome interval that Na’Vi went via within the first half of the 2021 aggressive season, stated that,

Sure, it’s all the time troublesome when a brand new participant (b1t) is available in as you must apply all the pieces from scratch and get the teamplay going. It was exhausting dropping back-to-back matches in opposition to Gambit, however in the long run, we beat them and went on to win a LAN. However yeah, it was a troublesome one.

Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev

Refering to the transition that Na’Vi needed to undergo after they determined to swap their veteran participant, Egor “flamie” Vasilev, with the younger rifler, b1t, Na’Vi was in a little bit of a pinch for a number of tournaments however got here again robust finally to win consecutive tournaments – StarLadder CIS RMR 2021 and IEM Cologne 2021.

Na’Vi has began on a excessive notice on the ongoing ESL Professional League S14, handing a ‘2-0’ defeat to Fnatic of their opening match the place each s1mple and b1t gave the impression to be in nice contact.

S1mple additionally went on to speak in regards to the crew’s psychologists, praising them for serving to out the crew whereas saying that,

Sure, we have already had one session along with her (Marina) and one other with Gleb (one other psychologist). She is working at bettering our mind operate, so to talk, the place as Gleb’s job is to make sure the crew doesn’t get tilted and we take care of points immediately as an alternative of arguing.

Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostyliev

The deadly marksmen additional goes on to speak about how he spent his holidays, Na’Vi bootcamp routine, how b1t is progressing as a participant, principal rivals going forward, and much more issues associated to Counter-Strike.

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