Zeus Returns to Na’Vi along with Kane

After losing “GuardiaN” only a week ago, Natus Vincere has rounded up the team with a familiar face. This roster movement was part of a deal between the Ukrainian team and the PGL Major winners, Gambit Esports.

“Zeus”, or Danylo Teslenko, has left Gambit to return to Na’Vi. Following his return, “seized” has found himself back on the active line-up after stepping down late July with “GuardiaN”. Apart from the player, came a coach from Gambit who’ll be replacing the former coach of Andrey “Andi” Prokhorov. The coach in question is Mykhailo “Kane” Blagin. Fortunately for “Andi”, he’s been offered an analyst role for the organisation of Na’Vi.

Yet, one would stop to question; why would “Zeus” leave Gambit right after their huge win at the Krakow Major? Apparently, it all started due to internal issues within Gambit’s team structure which point at the coach for the most part. The players were clearly unhappy with their coach and wanted change. However, “Zeus” wouldn’t have any of it. Upon realising what was happening to, probably, a good friend of his, he approached the others with a choice.

Either Kane stays or he himself leaves with him. Therefore, he was sent packing to Na’Vi.

"At this stage the guys decided to kick our coach, Kane, even with the condition that I will leave with him."He is a man who I've worked and been friends with a long time, a man who taught me and helped me get through last year's kick from Na`Vi, and a man who helped us win the major. But the team thinks otherwise, overlooking my experience in this situation and my attempts at saving the roster." – Zeus on twitter.

Losing an in-game leader such as Gambit may hurt them in the future, as they currently hunt for a new one to replace “Zeus” and a new coach. It’s probable that Na’Vi will benefit from this deal far more than Gambit does. If the player saw fit to defend the coach, he’s ought to be talented. The CEO of the organisation couldn’t be more delighted.

"Life provides unexpected opportunities, I am proud that the legend is back to the club."

Posted by Gabriel Sciberras on 10th August 2017, 10:15

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