Former Natus Vincere PUBG player Svyatoslav “Drainys” Komissarov shared his opinion on the state of the battle royale game, the professional scene, and why he left NaVi.
Ninjas in Pyjamas, while one of the biggest threats in European PUBG, still struggle to perform at the international events. A week after finishing 3rd at the PUBG Europe League, NiP bombed at the FACEIT Global Summit finishing 13th. Laurynas “Gaxy” Rudys weighed in on the situation.
Second at the PUBG Europe League, third at FACEIT Global Summit, and champions of the PUBG Europe League – Kick-off Cup. Team Liquid has been dominating the European PUBG scene, and the team’s co-captain Jere “Jembty” Kauppinen explained just how did they get here.
A respectable sixth place finish at Phase 1 of the PUBG Europe League wasn’t enough to stop the Russian Jokers from stopping their PUBG efforts. Left teamless, many of the players soon found a new home, and one of them, Dmitry “dmash” Ignatyev, joined M19.
NaVi’s revamped PUBG roster is ready to reclaim its throne at the $125,000 dollar PUBG Europe League Kick-off Cup. Team’s newcomer Arsenii “ceh9” Ivanychev talked about the expectations for the new roster and the upcoming season.
Before the season began, NaVi were supposed to be one of the dominant forces in PUBG Europe League Phase 1. But the fate had something else in mind, as the Ukrainian powerhouse Natus Vincere finished way below the expectations, in the fourteenth position.