The Ukrainian e-sports team Natus Vincere became the winner of the Blast Premier: Spring Finals 2022 tournament in the discipline of Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
This is their first victory without the former captain of Cyril Boombl4 Mikhailov, who, according to his ex-wife, specially leaked the final PGL Major Antwerp 2022.
In the final, Navi figured out the French team Team Vitaly, defeating them with a score of 16: 8 and 16: 5 on Mirage and Overpass cards.
For victory, they received $ 200,000, as well as a direct access to the future Blast Premier: World Final 2022, which will be held at the end of 2022.
The Ukrainian e-sports team Natus Vincere (NAVI) excluded Mikhailov from CS: Go Cyril “Boombi4” immediately after the defeat in the final PGL Major Antwerp 2022. A message about this appeared on the organization’s website.
The reasons for the breakdown of the contract are “high reputation risks for the club”. According to the leadership of the team, this is in no way connected with the result of the game of Cyril.
Navi thanked Bumych for three years, dedication and contribution to victories at various championships.
Cyril has already commented on the departure from the team in his Telegram account, but after a few minutes he deleted the message.
_ “Thank you all for your support, in a word not to describe the emotions that I experience. Now I will go to bed, hugging my wife. “_
The GPL Major Stockholm 2021, additionally referred to as GPL Major 2021 or Stockholm 2021, was the 16th Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Major Champion. It was held in Stockholm, Sweden at the Avicii Sector from October 26 to November 7, 2021. Twenty-four groups will certify through local major rankings. It includes a US$ 2,000,000 prize pool, a rise from the $1,000,000 of previous Majors because of the absence of offline competition amid the COVID-19 pandemic. It was the 2nd Major held by the Romanian-based organization GPL, after GPL Major: Kraków 2017. Stockholm 2021 is the initial Significant after a break triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic adhering to the Stepladder Major: Berlin 2019.
Oleksandr S1MPLE Costlier, brand-new champion of GPL Major Stockholm with NATU Sincere, is considered one of the best players of CS: Go of all time and, for many, the best Aw per in the history of the tactical shooter of Valve Despite being the work tool of him, the player considers that the most expensive and most harmful gun of the video game could have a smaller amount of bullets.
Nowadays, an AW PER can shoot up to 10 times per round, but S1MPLE considers that 5 would be the most just number to give players less second opportunities. Even so, he said in an interview with Premier Blast that he does not consider that the weapon is OP as in 2014, when a player could shoot and move quickly to a safer place.
I think I could have five bullets, why not? If you fail a shot, you can get three deaths, and it will be a good round. Although I do not think I’m as op as it was in 2014, he said. Said the Ukrainian player, clearly favorite to win the annual prize for the best player in the world by HDTV
Nicolai dev1ce Reed, four-time champion of a major with Astral is and currently Player of Ninjas in Pajamas, also gave him the opinion on the subject. Danish, who is also on the list of the best Appears of all time, agreed with S1MPLE and noted that the weapon is not op, but he says it is easier to have good statistics playing AWP: I do not think it’s Op, but it seems that people do not understand that it is easier to have good statistics being an AW per.
Chadian, in turn, compared it with football by saying that the AWP is not op. For him, as well as the player with more goals is not necessarily the best player of a team, the fact that an AW PER generally leads the statistics of murders does not necessarily convert him at best: I do not think I’m op. If you remember 2014, with that speed, always killed, and you escaped. You can have better statistics, but think about football, the attacking tends to mark more goals, but that does not mean it is better than the midfield.