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Natus Vincere Rainbow Six Siege Player Kendrew Explains How It Feels Like To Play An Online Major



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Luke Kendrew, known as “Kendrew,” is a 21-year-old British Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing under Natus Vincere jersey for over a year. Previously, he was playing for MnM Gaming.

Kendrew spoke in the recent interview with Hotspawn and revealed his opinion about the new changes in the Major tournament.

As you might remember, the tournaments went online due to the coronavirus outbreak and it moved to the regional matches. In the conversation, Kendrew stated that it is better than having no major at all and said that Ubisoft is trying the best for this.

Hotspawn asked:

“As a team that goes to boot camps a lot – is this more important than ever since North America is playing their matches exclusively on LAN? (At least when COVID allows anyway)”

Kendrew replied:

“Of course, having more LAN experience is always helpful. Bootcamps are great, but actual matches in a BO3 environment on LAN would be insane for improvement.

I don’t think it (LAN regular season) gives an advantage, because really it is about who turns up on the day on LAN, but It will give each team more time to be better prepared for LAN environment. It might help the less experienced teams have better performances overall.”

Hotspawn asked:

“It was just announced that the Six Major is moving to regional online matches. How do you feel about these changes?”

Kendrew said:

“It’s better to have an online major, then no major at all. Ubisoft is trying their best to provide competition during the pandemic, so I’m all for it.”

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