Natus Vincere, or NAVI, a well-known Ukrainian charity, unveiled its new headquarters via a YouTube video on Monday, 6th. The location includes a complete structure to receive the athletes and the organization’s employees, with several trophies on display at the entrance.
Natus Vincere produced a YouTube video from its new headquarters, taking viewers on a tour of the facility and demonstrating all of the numerous rooms and places available. The film begins in the main hall and on the stairwell, where all of NaVi’s trophies, including the BLAST Premier: Global Final trophy and the IEM Cologne trophy, as well as prizes earned by the Rainbow Six squad, are displayed.
— NAVI (@natusvincere) September 6, 2021
The NaVi headquarters are furnished in the characteristic black and yellow hues that come to mind when you think of the company. A boardroom with a giant neon NaVi sign is seen. Throughout the building, there are numerous open spaces, living rooms, and enormous screens. In addition to the enormous kitchen, there is a NaVi store where you may buy some clothes.
Within the organization, there are spaces where esports teams may prepare with numerous computer settings and in-game strategy discussions. The headquarters were established in Kiev, Ukraine’s capital, where the organization is based.
In addition, the new NAVI HQ has a section dedicated solely to team uniforms. Even CS:GO squad star Oleksandr “s1mple” Kostylyev is seen trying on a sweater in the space presentation excerpt. The portion of the workplace that really sticks out is the entrance, which is literally covered from floor to ceiling with bookcases displaying the organization’s different prizes.
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Natus Vincere has also signed a three-year collaboration agreement with cryptocurrency exchange Bybit. Bybit’s branding and emblem will appear on NAVI jerseys as part of the partnership. Apart from the branding, the two parties have collaborated on a few impact-driven projects. It comprises anti-hate/anti-bullying campaigns, charitable activities, school and student projects, and anti-hate/anti-bullying campaigns.