Natus Vincere lineup, history, achievements - CS:GO
Natus Vincere - History
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Topic: CS:GO NAVI team/lineup/history/achievements
The Russian organization, which has its current location in Ukraine, has been part of CS:GO since the beginning and was founded in 2009. Translated from Latin, Natus Vincere means "born to win". NAVI is the only organization that was represented in all major events, lost two consecutive major finals in 2015 and 2016.
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Natus Vincere - Archievments & price money
The biggest accomplishment in terms of prize money was winning the PLG Major in Stockholm with a price money of 1 Mio. USD. Victories in 2019 and 2020 at the Intel Extreme Masters and StarSeries & i-League CS:GO Season 7, where NAVI won USD 250,000 in prize money each, are other notable triumphs. Furthermore next to the Major NAVI managed to win the BLAST Global Finals, IEM Cologne and ESL Pro League Season 14. In total, the organization has numerous S-Tier successes and total prize money of around USD 7.7 million.
Natus Vincere - Previous lineups & players
The current team is probably the individually strongest. Well-known players in the history of NAVI are Edward, Zeus and GuardiaN, who are legendary pro players of the Russian lineup.
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Natus Vincere - World-Ranking & current players
The penultimate new signing for NAVI was Rifler Perfecto, who was signed in early 2020 and replaced GuardiaN. The young IGL Boombl4 was only born in 1998 and manages to use his individual world class players perfectly. B1T was integrated into the lineup as the sixth player at the end of 2020 and is now a permanent part of the team.
NAVI IGL: Boombl4
NAVI AWP: s1mple
NAVI Riflers: electronic, Perfecto, b1t
NAVI Coach: B1ad3
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