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Natus Vincere on SLTV VI CS:GO

Natus Vincere on SLTV VI CS:GO
Our CS:GO team will take part in the sixth season of the StarLadder StarSeries league. In this news, you'll discover the list of the participants as well as the schedule for the matches of Natus Vincere. We are about to witness yet another season of some really interesting and intense match-ups of the best European and CIS teams. It's worth mentioning that one of the favorites to win this thing should be considered at least the defending champions of the last season along with some other top European teams. A lot of them have changed their rosters by the way, so it's really hard to say anything about their current shape and the level of play. Comparing to the last season, the total prize pool was increased to astonishing $15,000! The first games will start today, but Natus Vincere will play their first match only in the end of the month.
Counter-Strike 15 May 2013, 15:35 views 5355 comments 2 More
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Natus Vincere finished 3rd @ WePlay DotA

Natus Vincere finished 3rd @ WePlay DotA
The first round of the upper bracket became their last for team Natus Vincere. Evil Geniuses were able to get back into their shape and take some revenge for their recent defeat in Curse DotA2 Invitational. Note that it happened thanks to the absence of Alexander "XBOCT" Dashkevich. Want to find out more about the situation? Read our latest weekly review . Today Natus Vincere will have their third match in the lower bracket. Team Liquid are going to be our opponents.
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Natus Vincere at SLTV SS5

Natus Vincere at SLTV SS5
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Interview with Starix by HLTV.org

Interview with Starix by HLTV.org
HLTV.org kick off their pre-SLTV StarSeries V Finals coverage with an interview with Natus Vincere Sergey "Starix" Ishuk: With only a couple of days to make adjustments based on Copenhagen Games, what are the things you will focus on during this little time off? Though we would like to change a lot, we wont, because we dont have much time. We try to improve our shooting and teamplay.
Counter-Strike 3 April 2013, 18:29 views 7635 comments 72 More
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SLTV 5 (CS:GO): Preview

SLTV 5 (CS:GO): Preview
We would like to present you a preview for the upcoming tournament in Kiev - SLTV Season 5. We've seen Natus Vincere, ESC Gaming, Ninjas in Pyjamas, and Virtus.pro at Techlabs in Moscow, CPH Games in Denmark and now we're going to see them at SLTV 5 finals in Kiev. It may seem like a perfect opportunity to work on the game, dynamically improve to surprise others. As for now, the best job is done by (surprise!) NiP, a little bit less - by Virtus.pro. Despite Natus Vincere having won over NiP online (which proved to be quite irrelevant at LAN during Techlabs) and taken over fnatic at Copenhagen, they lost a match against team Epsilon at CPH Games. You already know how the story unfolded with our team pulling out of the tournament. The opponents, in their turn, kept on progressing in the game, because one can only get much better by playing versus stronger teams in the official matches. This can provide a real confidence boost for the other teams.
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Natus Vincere at CPH Games 2013: The Rea

Natus Vincere at CPH Games 2013: The Rea
Natus Vincere CEO, Alexander "ZeroGravity" Kokhanovskyy continues his blogging at www.navi-gaming.com and explains his thoughs and real situation that happened with our Counter-Strike: Global Offensive team at Copenhagen Games 2012: "I would like to write a blog which will tell you why I decided to pull out my team from the tournament, and why the admin's statement on HLTV.org is not true. Situation #1: "So, when do we play?" Here's the comment from the CPH Games representative: This morning, Na`Vi showed up at 9 and asked our receptionists when the matches started. They were told it was at 10, and at 10:14 they showed up at the venue to collect their rented PCs and set up to play. Manager of Natus Vincere came to the venue at 09:00 a.m. and asked when the team should come. The tournament representative told him, that at they should come at 10:00 a.m. Our hotel was two minutes away from the venue. We couldn't possibly be late for 14 minutes like the tournament representative says. We sat down at our tables at 10:04 a.m. We came to the venue even earlier - at 09:58..."
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Natus Vincere pulls out of Copenhagen Ga

Natus Vincere pulls out of Copenhagen Ga
It all went upside down for Natus Vincere since the very beginning of the tournament. At the start of the day tournament staff told Natus Vincere's manager to arrive at 10:00 am which later turned out to be all of a sudden a 9:00 am. When the team arrived at the venue, one of the PCs wasn't working which caused the delay. According to the rules, one the following punishments could be applied to Na`Vi: - warning (See next title) - 3 round loss or more - default loss
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Natus Vincere at Copenhagen Games 2013.

Natus Vincere at Copenhagen Games 2013.
Hi, guys. Today, our CS:GO team (Zeus, Starix, Edward, Markeloff, ceh9, caff and prb) is heading to Copengagen to take part in Copenhagen Games 2013 on Friday, 29th of March. Our team already played CPH last year, but the title was CS 1.6. It's different now, including the prize pool, so the stakes are higher. What’s common for both events though is the players, as there aren't too many new faces in professional eSports these days. We will discuss all of this later, but for now we will give you some interesting information about the event.
Counter-Strike 29 March 2013, 12:09 views 2286 comments 0 More
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Natus Vincere at CPH Games 2013

Natus Vincere at CPH Games 2013
CPH Games 2013 will begin today. You'll find all necessary information about the event below. Number of attendants: 32 teams; Dates: 29-30 of March; Prize pool: €33 000 (16 500, 8 000, 4 000, 2 000, 750, 750, 500, 500); Format: Group stage (Bo3), playoff (upper bracket – Bo3, lower bracket – Bo1); Map pool: de_nuke_se, de_dust2_se, de_inferno_se, de_train_se, de_mirage_go (elimination); Video-stream: No info at the moment.
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