Da Boss Show - Episode #2 is now live!

 

The second episode of Da Boss Show is now live! In the new series image Natus Vincere CEO Alexander "ZeroGravity" Kokhanovskyy tells about current situation with the new website development, plans to create Na`Vi.Junior team, new SteelSeries Na`Vi Edition products, as well as StarCraft 2 formation in year 2013.

 

 

Feel free to ask your questions for DaBoss Show #3 here in the comments. The best questions will win Dota 2 beta keys and/or some cool The International 2012 loot. Be creative!

AuthorXeozor Date12 September 2012, 15:48 Views1675 Comments19
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#1 12 September 2012, 17:07
Hello, do you see a solid future and high level competitive Counter-Strike:GO ? Can we expect the same level of game from Na'Vi from 1.6?

Thank you.
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#2 12 September 2012, 17:15
would you make your team practice more? to prepare for competitions like international? like the chinese do?
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#3 12 September 2012, 17:18
Hi, is this Na'Vi Junior a project to new players? Can non-ukraine players join in?Do you think the Blizzard DotA will change the competitive scenario of DotA2?
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#4 12 September 2012, 18:07
Hey, is it true that there will be some Dota2 equipment for heroes or other stuff in Na'Vi style? (like for example Na'Vi pennat, and 25% of money spent on that stuff will gone to the Na'Vi players? thx.
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#5 12 September 2012, 18:09
At The International 2, Na'vi was one of the only teams that was seen as a TRUE team. The guys genuinely enjoyed eachother's company and all seemed like great friends, unlike many of the other teams. How does Na'vi promote such a great atmosphere and chemistry with its players?
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#6 12 September 2012, 18:43
In terms of picking up new players possibly in 2013 for Starcraft II, are you looking primarily at Ukrainian players or players from all over the world to possibly join Na'Vi? For the Na'Vi Junior project, what kinds of players are going to be allowed to join? Veterans, newer players, etc..?
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#7 12 September 2012, 19:44
As a CEO for navi what is the future of navi beside gaming? do you have a wild dream in mind or project that you wish to do?
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#8 12 September 2012, 21:08
Hello. First of all I would like to say thank you for what you (NaVi) have done on The International 2 - you are proud of European DotA. Then I would like to ask if rumor that M5 LoL team may go under NaVi wings is true or just a stupid rumor. Now I have uniqe option to ask ZeroGravity so I will ask more questions :) . Do you want your teams to train harder ? Will jerseys be available also in America (I am from Slovakia but I will be exchange student this year, so I would like to buy that stuff there) ? Thanks for answers. Have a nice day :-)
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#9 12 September 2012, 22:35
Hi ZeroGravity. Where you will look for players to Na'Vi Junior ?
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#10 12 September 2012, 23:38
Hello. Will Na'Vi.DotA2 do videos showing strategies and tips like Na'Vi.CS does? (like in the series tactics/plant takeover)
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#11 13 September 2012, 05:41
What do you thing about fan center Na `Vi, which will showcase trophies, awards, just a pleasant environment, may play area, rest zone (sofas, a bar with food), and if so it is interesting when? Thx :)
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#12 13 September 2012, 07:55
Even though Na`Vi Dota 2 team ended up in second place on The International, they were by far the most acclaimed team on the entire event. Do you think that's a boost to the team's performance or somehow the fear of letting the fans down has more of a negative impact?
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#13 13 September 2012, 12:33
Hello, i want to ask what Markeloff thinks about CS:GO. Because i saw that he owns it :)
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#14 13 September 2012, 17:16
how would you motivate your team to practice more because they have so much potential and can be the very best at what they do! would you be a dictator when it comes to practice or be a cool guy that says yeah go do whatever but make sure you win? how do you keep the team together as we know everyone has different personalities?
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#15 13 September 2012, 21:27
Hi there! In video Alexander mentioned about making of CS:GO team. I watched older videos , I guess it was interview with "Zeus" from DreamHack tournament (sorry if I'm wrong) where he said that CS:GO is total bulls$*%t. Aren't you afraid of losing popularity by making CS:GO team instead of well known CS 1.6 team?
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#16 17 September 2012, 00:10
Hello.I have 2 questions to ask you,can you tell me(and the other fans) more about Na'Vi Junior? What will it be about,from where will you get the recruits?

And this a more important question(according to me),do you have a plan about advertising the english forum on the new website? Since i'm a moderator on the english forum,and it's not very active.. unlike the russian forum.I'm very glad that i got the opportunity to be even a moderator on your site,and i'm looking forward to the new forum/website. :) This not may be a concerning question to you,but if you can answer it in short i will be very happy.

Regards
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#17 20 September 2012, 17:28
Many people have high expectations from Na'Vi, which is considered to be the best (most popular too) EU teams out there. I guess, you can call it 'right timing', but the e-sports industry is on the rise today (in fact, it's exponentially and rapidly growing), how do you feel about being a part of this amazing phenomenon and what do you think can Na'Vi gain from this?
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#18 23 September 2012, 06:04
What peaks would you like to reach/achieve as a Na'Vi's "CEO" and what is your high-end priority ?
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