Marking their entrance in the Mobile Legends esports scene, NAVI signs former Deus Vult roster

Ukraine-based esports organization, Natus Vincere (in Latin, “born to win”) or known as NAVI, has announced their entry in Mobile Legends: Bang Bang esports scene after they acquired the former roster of the Russian team, Deus Vult.

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One of the most respected and awaited esports events in Mobile Legends, the M3 World Championship, is nearly about to start with the top 16 teams from all over the world competing for the title of the next world champions.

The next world championship is said to be much bigger than the previous tournaments which is given since the reach and influence of the Mobile Legends esports scene has arrived at Brazil and Cambodia through the official launch of the Mobile Legends: Bang Bang Professional League (MPL) events there.

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As the M3 World Championship is nearing its kick off, one of the biggest and well-known esports organizations, NAVI, has signed their own Mobile Legends squad with the former Deus Vult members. The huge announcement was made through the organization’s official social media page on November 4.


Deus Vult is one of the strongest Mobile Legends teams in Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region. The Russian squad recently won the Mobile Legends Mythic League (MML) CIS 2021 with a score of 4-2 against UNEXT.

“We are glad to be a part of the NAVI esports club. It is a big step for us and our region in Mobile Legends. We have a huge motivation to show our best at the upcoming championship. We look forward to your support!” stated Stanislav “SAWO” Reshniak, the team captain of NAVI Mobile Legends division.

The following are the roster of NAVI Mobile Legends team:
  • Stanislav “SAWO” Reshniak (Captain)
  • Kemiran “Sunset Lover” Kochkarov
  • Ruslan “Lil” Degtev
  • Andriy “Defender” Martynenko
  • Maxim “Nagib” Dudich
  • Alexandr “WarBarbie” Korystin (Head Coach)
This is the third time that Deus Vult will be entering the world championship but now, they will be under the banner of NAVI.
 

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