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NaVi (Natus Vincere) CS:GO team

NaVi Line-up

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GuardiaN
Ladislav Kovács
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flamie
Egor Vasilyev
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Denis Sharipov
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Aleksandr Kostyliev
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Last_5_games
80% Wins
20% Losses
Last_10_games
50% Wins
50% Losses
Last month
84% Wins
16% Losses
Last year
57% Wins
43% Losses

Events with NaVi

Upcoming events

Past events

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

The second Major tournament of 2019, which will take place in the capital of Germany.

 

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $500,000

The CS:GO tournament for $500,000, that will take place in Shanghai, China.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

The first CS:GO Major tournament in 2019.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $50,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $750,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 7 Spots at LAN-Finals
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000 USD
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $750,000

The final of the yearly league ESL Pro League Season 7.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

The tournament of Masters from DreamHack which will take place in Marseille, France.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots in ECS Season 5
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000

The fourth season of Invitational by the company StarLadder will take place in Kiev.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 4 spots at IEM Katowice
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

ELEAGUE Major: Boston 2018 is the first Major tournament in 2018

counterstrike
Prize Pool: 8 spots at ELEAGUE Major 2018
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 2 spots in EPL S7
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

DreamHack Winter 2017 – an annual regular CS:GO championship from DreamHack

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000
counterstrike
Prize Pool: 1 spot to EPICENTER 2017 - Wild Card
counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

Major league for Tier-1 and Tier-1 teams with $1,000,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Major tournament for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $250,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $125,000 & 6 spots to Finals

Regular league from ESL for Tier-1, Tier-2 and Tier-3 teams with $125,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

PGL Major Krakow 2017 is the biggest summer tournament in CS:GO discipline awaited by all the representatives of CS:GO community.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Major tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $250,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

Tournament from Adrenalive rush for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $100,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $750,000

A major tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams who finished EU and NA regular league with 1st-6th place.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000

Tournament from StarLadder for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with Swiss System and $300,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

Major-tournament from ELEAGUE with $1,000,000 prize pool for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $100,000

Tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $100,000 prize pool

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $450,000

Major tournament from DreamHack for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $450,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $300,000

Tournament from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $300,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $490,000

Tournament from Epic Esports Events for Tier-1 teams with $490,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $250,000

Tournament from ESL for Tier-1 teams with $250,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,000,000

Major championship from ESL for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $1,000,000 prize pool.

counterstrike
Prize Pool: $1,400,000

Major tournament with biggest prize pool ever from Turner Sports and WME|IMG for Tier-1 and Tier-2 teams with $1,400,000 prize pool.

In brief:

The team was created at the end of 2009 after the disbandment of the Ukrainian team KerchNET. The players were supported by Murat “Arbalet” Zhumashevich, one of the most famous organizers of the esports tournaments at that moment and as the result, Arbalet.UA became a new name of the company. The roster of the above-mentioned team included Danylo «Zeus» Teslenko, Ivan «Edward» Sukharev, Sergey «starix» Ischuk, Arseniy «ceh9» Trynozhenko and Yegor «markeloff» Markelov.

Since then, the Ukrainian five has gained a good shape and been winning many tournaments for three years.

The players were playing under the tags Arbalet.UA and Na’Vi. A contest for the best name of the team was announced later, in which the option Team Vincit was chosen among 2000 options, from which Natus Vincere was created. Due to this, the team was able to play under the old tag Na’Vi.

In 2010, Natus Vincere became the first team to achieve victory at three world tournaments. They were the champions of Intel Extreme Masters Season IV, ESWC 2010, and DreamHack Winter 2010. Na’Vi prevailed at Intel Extreme Masters V World Championship and ESWC 2011 in 2011. The players managed to win Intel Extreme Masters VI Global Challenge Kiev and TECHLABS Cup Russia 2012 in 2012. Na’Vi placed second at all other large championships. The roster, which is still considered to be the best in the history of Na’Vi, had been unchanged before the transfer from CS 1.6 to CS:GO.

After the departure of many players from Na’Vi, the team had not been able to focus and start winning before 2015. The team managed to prevail at IEM X — San Jose after the dark line in its career. Natus Vincere won DreamHack Open Leipzig 2016 later and became the vice-champions at the famous Major tournament MLG Columbus 2016, having lost to Luminosity Gaming, the best team in the world at that moment. Later, Na’Vi became the champions at such tournaments as DreamHack Open Winter 2017, StarLadder i-League Season 5, CS:GO Asia Championships 2018, and ESL One Cologne 2018.

Natus Vincere's total income is above $2,500,000 at the moment and their place in the top five will be stepped down not soon.

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Bookmakers

Ongoing CS:GO events


Date
$100,000
Prize Pool

Upcoming CS:GO events


Date
$500,000
Prize Pool

Date
$250,000
Prize Pool

Date
$250,000
Prize Pool

Date
$100,000
Prize Pool

Date
$500,000
Prize Pool

Date
$100,000
Prize Pool

Date
$750,000
Prize Pool