Natus Vincere G2A signed a contract with the former Kerry Double Dimension Vladislav «Crystallize» Kristanekom and bought tech support Vladimir «RodjER» Nikoghosyan from Team Empire. On September 5, the renewed team will meet on the bootcamp and begin preparations for the 2017/2018 season.

Comment of CEO Na’Vi Evgeniya Zolotareva:

“Finally, we completed trayauty and can announce the new composition of players: they have become RodjER and Crystallize Vova already familiar to fans of Dota 2 scene well enough in the first place in their performances for Team Empire, from which was made a transfer Vlad is almost does not matter.. experience of playing on the professional stage, however, it is very well manifested itself during practice games, showing precocious mature game that influenced our decision to invite him to Na’Vi. I am confident that the boys will justify the confidence and bring us the long-awaited titles .

I also want to reassure the fans who were worried about whether we will be able to take part in the qualifications of the first minor tournaments. Tomorrow the guys will gather for a long bootcamp, from where they will play all the selections. More information about the upcoming tournaments wait in the coming days. “

Vladislav “Crystallize” Krestanek was in favor of Double Dimension from February to April 2017. At the Dota 2 Champions League Season 10, he was a Team Empire stand. Basically, Kristenek played in 1-2 positions, but periodically played out in hardlane. As part of DD, he took third place in the ProDotA Cup Europe # 15, also won the open qualifying for the CIS The Kiev Major 2017. Since then he has not played for the famous teams on the professional stage.

Vladimir “RodjER” Nikogosyan moved to Team Empire in May 2017 – on the support position he replaced Rinat “KingR” Abdullin. On The International 2017 Team Empire, with Nikoghosyan, took the 7-8th place, losing to the winner of the tournament Team Liquid with the score 0: 2 in the bottom net.

Team members Natus Vincere G2A:

– Vladislav “Crystallize” Krestanek
– Danil “Dendi” Ishutin
– Victor “GeneRaL” Nigrini
– Vladimir “RodjER” Nikoghosyan
– Akbar “SoNNeikO” Butaev
– Alexander “XBOCT” Dashkevich (coach)