Ukrainian Esports organization, Natus Vincere has announced its PUBG Mobile roster consisting of former Dreameater players. Vitalii “Matic” Shulga and Alexey “Mequ” Tolov from Dreameater along with Daniil “Tixzy” Suchkov from KoninaPower have joined the team. The team will represent Natus Vincere in the upcoming PUBG Mobile EMEA League which will be starting from 9th October 2020.
“Our main task was to form a team that will fight for being the top one in the world. It took us 2 months to find suitable players and conduct transfer negotiations.
Tixzy is a young talent with an excellent aim, who was able to fully show himself at the PUBG Mobile World League 2020 as part of KoninaPower, having taken the third place. I am very glad that Daniil will now play for NAVI.
Matic and Mequ were the main offence vanguard of the DreamEaters team: they’ve become the runner-up of PUBG Mobile Club Open spring split finals, and they have gotten the 11th place in the PUBG Mobile World League 2020. We’ve already introduced the crown jewel of the team — OldBoy. Dima has unlimited motivation and desire to show his best in NAVI.
Unfortunately, due to age restrictions, the team will not be able to attend the PEC in full force: Mequ and Tixzy will stay at home, where they could play the CIS Challenger Series ($ 5000) from October 26 to November 1. We will inform you about the changes in the upcoming tournament in China later.”
- Dmytro “OldBoy” Bui
- Vitalii “Matic” Shulga
- Alexey “Mequ” Tolov
- Daniil “Tixzy” Suchkov
- Alexander “Glory” Manoil (manager)
“I am very glad that I had the opportunity to join Natus Vincere, such a great organization. These are undoubtedly the new opportunities, and I am grateful for the chance they’ve given me. This is one of the most important and turning points in my life. I have been a fan of NAVI since I was a child, so it is a great honour for me to represent the team.”
ABOUT NATUS VINCERE
Previously, Natus Vincere announced their entry in the competitive scene of PUBG Mobile by signing “OldBoy” the first player in roster. Ukrainian eSports organization Natus Vincere (NaVi) owns the multi-gaming teams, now they are stepping into the PUBG Mobile. PUBG Mobile EMEA League will be the first tournament of their journey of competitive PUBG Mobile. Natus Vincere will also attend the Peacekeeper Elite Championship 2020 which is scheduled to be held in November.