Connect with us

Esports

Natus Vincere Announces Fortnite Roster Changes

Published

on

Photo Credit: The photo was taken from the social media of the people mentioned in the title. If the photo owner wants us to remove, we will do it immediately.

Natus Vincere is an esports organization based in Ukraine. They have been competing for games like CS:GO, Rainbow Six Siege, PUBG, Dota 2 and many more. On 28 October, Natus Vincere announced their departure from the Fortnite scene.

Manager of Natus Vincere, Mykhailo “M1ke” Palamar said:

“Today we close NAVI Fortnite team due to unprofitability of the title. We would like to thank Quinten and LnueF for their contribution to the development of Natus Vincere and wish the guys success in their future careers.Unfortunately, despite huge interest in the discipline on behalf of the players, the publisher, Epic Games, does not support the esports clubs, completely ignoring their interests.”

He added:

“The best example is the Fortnite World Cup that has taken place in July, which had strict restrictions regarding the number of sponsors and the sizes of their logos, while some were banned outright. During the long time we’ve spent in esports, this is the first time we’ve encountered this approach. Developing the esports scene exclusively based on huge prize pools is a short-run and risky model, so NAVI esports club made a decision to not maintain the Fortnite roster and focus on other titles.”

In July 2019, they entered the scene with signing the Levi “Lnuef” Edelijn and Quinten “Quinten” Van Der Zijpp.

Click here for the source.

If you got any tips and feedback, mail me please: eren@gaimer.net





Trending