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Natus Vincere’s Boombl4 Shares His Thoughts On Fnatic’s International Line-Up



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Kirill Mikhailov, known as “Boombl4,” is a 21-year-old Russian CS:GO player who has been playing under Natus Vincere jersey for over two years. Before that, he was playing for Winstrike Team.

Last week, Natus Vincere started to compete in the Group C of ESL Pro League Season 14, facing BIG Clan, FaZe Clan, Mousesports, Fnatic, and Evil Geniuses. Thankfully for the CIS roster, they managed to finish the group stage at the top.

After they qualified for the next stage, Boombl4 was interviewed by Natus Vincere to share his opinion about their performances in the group stage and how the enemy teams played throughout the tournament.

In the conversation, Boombl4 also reflected on Fnatic’s brand new international lineup. As Boombl4 stated, Fnatic has improved through the event and stated that been doing really well lately with the new roster.

Furthermore, the 21-year-old in-game leader praised the veteran player Freddy “KRIMZ” Johansson as well as giving credit to Fnatic’s brand new in-game leader, Alex “ALEX” McMeekin, who helped Fnatic to qualify for the next stage as they finished in third place.

Boombl4 shared his opinion about Fnatic’s new roster:

“Fnatic has a new roster, so they might not aim at winning the whole thing, but they’ve improved over the course of the tournament. Fnatic has a new IGL in ALEX, so they’re starting with a clean slate.

I think Krimz said he had sold all his skins before the break and now he’s back and they have a renewed roster. It wasn’t a walk in the park against them, and I’m sure they’re motivated to do well.

Fnatic hasn’t been doing so hot lately, they’ve made changes and we’ll see how it works for them.”

You can check out the whole interview below.

Fnatic had been underperforming for over two years even though they are one of the biggest and household organizations in the scene. Following the devastating results, the organization decided to part ways with Jesper “JW” Wecksell and Maikil “Golden” Kunda Selim.

After announcing the departures of their long-time players, the organization stated that they will go international. Later on, they announced the additions of Alex “ALEX” McMeekin and William “mezii” Merriman.

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