Reigning Quake world champion and a member of Natus Vincere Apex Legends squad, Nikita “clawz” Marchinsky talked about his esports career, opinion on battle royale games, his future with Quake and much more.
Apex Legends quickly broke into the industry and for several weeks kept the leadership in the genre of battle royales. Now the game is gradually losing its audience — developers do not have time to fulfill the wishes of users, who find more and more reasons to return to Fortnite or PUBG.
Joining the legends like Cypher and clawz in a team would be a daunting task for anyone, but the newcomer Artem “pkmk” Nechaev says he’s ready to take on this responsibility at Natus Vincere Apex Legends squad.
A Quake legend and former world champion, Anton “COOLLER” Singov explained why he began playing Apex Legends and reassured his fans that he’s not quitting Quake anytime soon.
With the popularity of Apex Legends booming and more esports tournaments being announced for it, professional CS:GO coach Ivan “Johnta” Shevtsov shared his thoughts about the competitiveness of the game.
With the future of Quake Champions esports in question, many of the pro players are looking for the answer elsewhere. Dmytro “Xron” Sakharuk is enjoying Apex Legends for now, but is there more to it?