Former Natus Vincere PUBG player Svyatoslav “
About the state of PUBG
“It’s hard to
Why I think that it is more alive than dead — there is nothing else to play. There is Fortnite, and there is PUBG. There is no alternative. There is no game you enter every day, and it delivers fun. Fortnite and PUBG are two games that really bring pleasure. Therefore, despite all the problems of PUBG, including technical ones, this game is not dead — it lives. But as soon as an adequate good alternative appears, there will be tough competition. <…>
I would like PUBG to be made by some other developer, like Valve. But it is unreal. It seems to me that the Korean team and who
About salaries in PUBG
“If in Counter-Strike we have wages of about $10-20 thousand in top-shooting teams — that is, a lot of money — then in PUBG the salary of the top player in the European top-tier team can be $1,500 USD. That’s good money, but it is not big money.
One and a half thousand, that’s it. Some maybe get more. Maybe FaZe
About Natus Vincere
“I don’t know if it was a positive experience overall. In fact, we did win in a few tournaments but there were a lot of difficulties within the team, within the organization. Therefore, I would say that this is a more or less a neutral experience. It’s great, of course, to play for a big org. Understand how this all works. But objectively it was hard. Sometimes good, sometimes bad. There were difficulties, but
In fact, I cannot objectively answer the
You can watch the full interview in Russia here.
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