We have some exciting news to share with our Dota 2 fans! Natus Vincere G2A will join the fray of DreamLeague’s seventh season and battle it out against the strongest European teams for a coveted slot on the tournament’s main stage.
The group stage of ESL Pro League Season 5 is held from 7 February to 18 May. Six slots at the LAN final are at stake and the tournament's prize pool is impressing $ 1 000 000.
Starladder caught up with Yevhen “HarisPilton” Zolotarov, Natus Vincere G2A’s CEO, to talk about his team’s performance in the qualifier for the Kiev Major, their plans for the future and a great deal more.
Today marks the release of yet another Dota 2 update, version 7.03, this time named Blade Form Legacy. The update brought with it many different changes; we are going to speak about them, and analyse the most important ones in here.
The League of Legends Continental League is back on January 28 with the 2017 Spring Split. The Born to Win five are set and ready to debut in the season’s first game and continue fighting for the title of CIS’s best team up until April. Below you will find tournament details and Natus Vincere’s complete match record.
Natus Vincere G2A faced Fnatic in yet another dual Bo1 in the European qualifiers for ESL Pro League Season 5. We won the first map on de_train with a formidable performance, while Fnatic had the upper hand on de_mirage.
On March 16th we will play another dual Bo1 in the European qualifiers for ESL Pro League S5. Only the top six teams will qualify, and so far Natus Vincere G2A has earned a respectable spot in the top 5, with a 4-2 record and 12 points. Our next enemy will be Fnatic, that we will face at 19:00 and 20:10 CET.
The dust has settled after the IEM Season XI World Championship, where Natus Vincere G2A have yet again stumbled against the eventual champions, and now it’s time to get back to work. Learn more about our team’s plans for the future and the relationship between the team members in a new interview with our captain Denis “seized” Kostin.
Over the past week, our fans had the chance to watch their favorite Dota 2 team compete in yet another qualifier after the Dota 2 Asia Championships 2017 Europe Qualifier, which was held less than a month ago. This time, we were fighting for a spot at the Kiev Major - the 3 million USD major - via the CIS Qualifiers.
The Kiev Major qualifiers witnessed some high intensity Dota 2 action as teams from all across the world showed up to fight for a spot on the main stage. Natus Vincere G2A came well prepared, but ultimately, we suffered defeat at the hands of Virtus.pro in the grand final.