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Natus Vincere’s Doki Shares His Thoughts About Facing Spacestation And Furia Esports



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Jack Robertson, known as “Doki,” is a 21-year-old British/Scottish Rainbow Six Siege player who has been playing under Natus Vincere jersey for over two years. Previously, he was representing MnM Gaming.

For the last couple of months, Natus Vincere had been struggling to deliver in the tournaments. However, they made some roster tweaks to grind back to the top, and they managed to qualify for one of the biggest events in the scene, Six Mexico Major 2021.

Recently, the group stage has been revealed and it becomes clear that Natus Vincere will fight against Spacestation Gaming and Furia Esports in order to reach to the playoffs.

Doki spoke in a recent interview with and talked about the roster changes they made in the past as well as sharing his opinion about their opponents in Six Mexico Major.

In the conversation, Doki praised both of these teams and paid his respect for the players. In Doki’s words, the North American organization Spacestation Gaming is one of the strongest teams in the world right now.

On the other hand, Doki also touched upon the fact that Furia Esports is a young and talented team and showed why it would be hard to win their games. Moreover, he also mentioned that they will focus on their gameplay in order to reach playoffs.

Doki on Spacestation Gaming and Furia Esports:

“Spacestation Gaming are one of the best sides in the world right now, you have to give the credit where it’s due. FURIA have some young players that land their shots. However, we are focusing on ourselves and on our own mistakes.”

More in the conversation, Doki also stated that it felt so hard to make huge roster changes such as benching Kendrew, but they felt like it is right thing to do in order to success.

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