NAVI Disbanded their PUBG Mobile Roster Alleged of Playing a Russian charity tournament- In a recent tweet from the official NAVI Twitter handle it was released that they officially disbanded their PUBG mobile squad. The squad debuted in 2020 and during its time on the scene finished second in the League—West competition and earned the silver medal at the PUBG Mobile Global Championship 2021’s Grand Finals, taking home a total of nearly $1,000,000 in prize money. NAVI Disbanded PUBGM Roster
NAVI made a decision to disband its #PUBGMobile line-up.
📰: https://t.co/5XB2tJrEH7#navination pic.twitter.com/KOIpMgSsAv
— NAVI (@natusvincere) October 5, 2022
- Sergey «KITSUNE» Pomerantsev
- Vitalii «Matic» Shulga
- Aleksey «Mequ» Tolov
- Daniil «Tixzy» Gordeev
- Oleg «Jak2oo» Porotnikov (manager)
NAVI Disbanded their PUBG Mobile Roster Alleged of Playing a Russian charity tournament
We (Ex-Navi) are free agents. We will continue playing as a team. Currently we are open for offers. We earned more than $1mil last year, placed 2nd at Worlds, won 3 EU Championships. All team located in Belgrade, Serbia. Dm for more info. Max repost please.
— Aderr (@aderrtheman) October 5, 2022
On social media, several supporters have claimed that the action was taken just one day after the players unintentionally participated in a Russian charity competition that their manager had signed them up for. However, these claims have not yet received any formal confirmation.
On October 3, NAVI performed at the charity tournament “Live, baby” from the Ronin Organization club. All the money collected during the competition was donated to the Konstantin Khabensky Charitable Foundation.
Just after a rumour appeared on the Internet that NAVI was going to sign a new Valorant roster. According to journalists, the FPX Esports roster may join the Ukrainian organization. A hint of this also appeared in a video posted on the team’s YouTube channel. NAVI Disbanded PUBGM Roster
The team had a great year in 2021, finishing second in the World Invitational East, first in the PMPL EMEA Championship, and second in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship League West. They received more than $600,000 USD for placing second in the championship game. Their main player Dmytro “OldBoy” Bui quit the team in November 2021 to join Konina Power.
The squad is presently playing in the PMPL Western Europe Fall, though, and after finishing third in the league, they qualified for the Grand Finals, which begin on October 7. It will be their final competition with the Natus Vincere name.
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