Natus Vincere

Since its inception, Na`Vi has achieved great success in the competitive gaming scene, with its most notable achievements being winning The International 2011 in Dota 2 with a prize of over $1 million, and becoming the CS: GO Major Champions at EMS One: Katowice 2014.

Na`Vi is one of the most popular and well-known Esports organizations in the world, with a large and passionate fan base. The organization has a long history of success and is always looking to add more championships to its already impressive trophy cabinet.

 

Natus Vincere Wiki
CEO Yevhen Zolotarov
Region CIS
Founded 17 December 2009; 12 years ago
Founder Alexander 'ZeroGravity' Kokhanovskyy
Manager Yaroslav Klochko
Location ['Ukraine', 'Russia']
Divisions ['Apex Legends', 'Brawl Stars ', 'Counter Strike: Global Offensive', 'Dota 2', 'FIFA', 'Fortnite', 'League of Legends: Wild Rift', 'Mobile Legends: Bang Bang', 'Paladins', 'PUBG', 'Rainbow Six Siege ', 'Rocket League', 'World of Tanks']

Natus Vincere

Since its inception, Na`Vi has achieved great success in the competitive gaming scene, with its most notable achievements being winning The International 2011 in Dota 2 with a prize of over $1 million, and becoming the CS: GO Major Champions at EMS One: Katowice 2014.

Na`Vi is one of the most popular and well-known Esports organizations in the world, with a large and passionate fan base. The organization has a long history of success and is always looking to add more championships to its already impressive trophy cabinet.

 

History

Natus Vincere is a world-renowned eSports organization based in Ukraine. The name "Natus Vincere" is Latin for "born to win".

The organization was founded in 2009, to support Ukrainian Counter-Strike 1.6 teams and players. Na`Vi quickly established itself as one of the best teams in the world, winning many prestigious tournaments.

In 2010, Na`Vi expanded into the StarCraft II scene. Again, they found quick success, with their player DIMAGA winning the World Cyber Games that year.

Since then, Na`Vi has become one of the most successful eSports organizations in the world. They have teams and players competing in a variety of games, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Dota 2, League of Legends, and more.

Na`Vi has won numerous championships over the years, solidifying its place as one of the all-time greats in the world of eSports.

Organization

Game Team Members ID Team Members Role

Counter-Strike: Global Offensive
s1mple Oleksandr Kostyliev AWPer
electroNic Denis Sharipov In-Game Leader
sdy Kirill Mikhaylov Rifler
Perfecto Ilya Zalutskiy Rifler
b1t Valerii Vakhovskyi Rifler
B1ad3 Andrii Horodenskyi (Coach)

Dota 2
V-Tune Alik Vorobey Carry
No[o]ne Volodymyr Minenko Solo Middle
laise Vladyslav Lais Offlaner
ALOHADANCE Ilya Korobkin Support
Solo  Alexey Berezin Captain

PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds
KITSUNÉ Sergey Pomerantsev In-game Leader
Matic Vitalii Shulga Fragger
Mequ Alexey Tolov Fragger
Tixzy Daniil Gordeev Fragger

Valorant
Cloud Kirill Nehozhin KAY/O
7ssk7 Artur Kyurshin Jett
dinkzj Denis Tkachov Killjoy
Duno Mikhail Fokin KAY/O
zeddy Nikolai Lapko Viper

Rocket League
Tigreee Maik Hoffmann  
LuiisP Luis Puente Peña  
virtuoso Nelson Lasko  
s1moN Simon Bicking (Coach)

Rainbow Six Siege
Blurr Byron Murray  
Nathan Nathan Sharp  
Secretly Rickard Olofsson  
Kayak Jordan Morley  
Thuunder Pedro Muniz

Former Members

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Awards and Achievements

Natus Vincere (Na`Vi) is a world-renowned professional gaming organization based in Ukraine. It is most famous for its Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team, which has won numerous tournaments over the years, including the Electronic Sports World Cup in 2010 and the World Cyber Games in 2009.

In recent years, Na`Vi has expanded its operations into other popular games such as Dota 2, League of Legends, and Overwatch. Its Dota 2 team is particularly successful, having won The International 2011 – the biggest and most prestigious tournament in the game's history.

Na`Vi is also well-known for its strong community support. It regularly hosts events and meet-ups for its fans, and its players are often seen streaming their games on Twitch and other platforms.

Overall, Na`Vi is one of the most successful and well-known esports organizations in the world. Its teams have won numerous prestigious tournaments, and its players are held in high esteem by the gaming community. Na`Vi is a force to be reckoned with in the world of esports, and it looks poised to continue its success in the years to come.

Date Placement Tier Type Tournament Team Result Prize
2021-12-19 1st S-Tier Offline BLAST Premier: World Final 2021   2 : 1 $500,000
2021-11-28 1st S-Tier Offline BLAST Premier: Fall Finals 2021   2 : 1 $225,000
2021-11-07 1st S-Tier Offline PGL Major Stockholm 2021   2 : 0 $1,000,000
2021-09-12 1st S-Tier Online ESL Pro League Season 14   3 : 2 $195,000
2021-07-18 1st S-Tier Offline Intel Extreme Masters XVI - Cologne   3 : 0 $400,000
2021-01-24 1st S-Tier Online BLAST Premier: Global Final 2020   2 : 0 $600,000
2020-03-01 1st S-Tier Offline Intel Extreme Masters XIV - World Championship   3 : 0 $250,000
2019-04-07 1st S-Tier Offline StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 7   3 : 0 $250,000
2018-07-08 1st S-Tier Offline ESL One: Cologne 2018   3 : 1 $125,000
2016-10-02 1st S-Tier Offline ESL One: New York 2016   2 : 1 $125,000

 

Controversies

Natus Vincere, also known as Na`Vi, is one of the most successful and well-known esports teams in the world. Na`Vi has won numerous championships in a variety of games, including Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, DOTA 2, and League of Legends.

However, the team has also been embroiled in several controversies over the years. In 2012, Na`Vi was accused of match-fixing in a Counter-Strike: Global Offensive match against iBUYPOWER. Na`Vi denied the accusations, but the incident led to several members of the team being banned from competitive play.

In 2016, another match-fixing scandal erupted, this time involving the team's Counter-Strike: Global Offensive coach, Sergey "starix" Ischuk. Ischuk was accused of betting on matches that his team was playing in, and Na`Vi was once again embroiled in controversy.

More recently, in 2019, Na`Vi was embroiled in a doping scandal when one of its players, Oleksandr "s1mple" Kostyliev, tested positive for a banned substance. s1mple was suspended from competitive play for two months as a result.

Despite all of these controversies, Na`Vi remains one of the most successful and popular esports teams in the world.