NAVI PUBG Natus Vincere, a Ukrainian esports company, stated yesterday that it was disbanding their PUBG Mobile lineup. NAVI’s PUBG Mobile squad is one of the most successful in recent memory, and the news comes as a surprise to many.
While the announcement of the disbanding of the NAVI PUBG Mobile squad was unexpected, the team’s Sergey “Kitsune” Pomerantsev affirmed that the roster would remain together. The lineup includes:
Vitalii “Matic” Pomerantsev Sergey “KITSUNE” Pomerantsev Daniil “Tixzy” Gordeev Shulga Aleksey “Mequ” Tolov
It seems that the team’s dissolution is due to current circumstances rather than the team’s performance of NAVI PUBG.
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THE PLAYERS INTEND TO CONTINUE TO WORK TOGETHER UNDER A NEW ORGANIZATION NAVI PUBG
participated in the PUBG Mobile Pro League (PMPL) CIS. The PMPL’s spring season was briefly halted when the Russia-Ukraine crisis erupted in February. Due to the conflict the NAVI PUBG, it was subsequently scrapped entirely. The PMPL’s autumn season was also canceled.
NAVI PUBG looks to be releasing the roster owing to their inability to manage the roster correctly. Since the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021 Grand Finals in January, the participants have not played in an official competition.
NAVI’S PUBG MOBILE ROSTER WAS AMONG THE MOST DECORATE IN THE WORLD
NAVI joined PUBG Mobile in 2020 by acquiring the roster. The club quickly won the PMPL EMEA League, which includes teams from Europe, the Middle East, and Africa. The European squad also performed well in the PMGC 2020, finishing fourth. This is a major accomplishment since Chinese and Southeast Asian teams often rule the PUBG Mobile leaderboards in esports contests.
They maintained their dominance in 2021, finishing first in the EMEA Championship and second at the World Invitational (PMWI) East. Later that year, in 2021, they won the first season of the European Championship. This earned them a spot in the PUBG Mobile Global Championship (PMGC) 2021, where they did not disappoint.
The squad put up some outstanding performances during the League Stage, when they battled primarily against clubs from the West. However, they were unable to maintain consistency and finished second.
The Grand Finals, on the other hand, were the true test, with NAVI PUBG competing against teams from China and Southeast Asia. NAVI also kept their footing and put in more consistent performances to finish second.
According to EsportsEarnings.com, they have earned more than $1 million from PUBG Mobile events and are the 11th highest-earning team. A team of their magnitude should have no trouble finding another company for which to demonstrate their abilities.