Captain of Natus Vincere will retire after BLAST Pro Series Moscow 2019

Recently, there were rumors that Zeus could leave the NAVI location after the completion of the BLAST Pro Series Moscow 2019, but the ukrainian esportsman denied them, citing his desire to end his career near the end of 2019. After an unsuccessful performance by Natus Vincere, the 31-year-old player announced that he would do it much faster than before the New Year. Information was announced on the official NAVI website.

Recall that it was Zeus who became one of those players around whom the first Natus Vincere roster was assembled. In combination with this, the Ukrainian esportsman was the last representative of the legendary five NAVI sample of 2010.

During his career, Daniel managed to win more than 50 Counter-Strike championships, including the second major tournament of 2017, PGL Krakow Major 2017.

Zeus also talked about that. that in the near future she’s definitely not planning to engage in coaching. Instead, he plans to build a CS:GO academy and engage in the development of talented young players.

There is currently no information on who will replace Zeus in Natus Vincere.

Current NAVI roster:

Egor 'flamie' Vasiliev
Alexander 's1mple' Kostylev
Daniil 'Zeus' Teslenko
Denis 'electronic' Sharipov
Kirill 'Boombl4' Mikhailov
Mykhail 'kane' Blagin (trainer)